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The Royal Academy of Engineering and the Royal Air Force have teamed up to bring 100 years of RAF engineering marvels to life in classrooms across the UK.
A Royal Academy of Engineering project has built connections with more than 1,500 school pupils and families from across Tayside and Fife.
Entries are now open for the 2018 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award and will close on 31 January 2018.
The small but mighty microcomputer that has revolutionised control systems and redefined how people engage with coding wins the MacRobert Award.
With the skills gap and the need for a more diverse workforce, it’s never been more important to inspire people, especially women, to choose a career in engineering.
Raspberry Pi, 3D body surface imaging system and a cyber ‘immune system’; three technologies competing for top innovation prize. Who will win?
The UK engineering profession commissioned a survey to gather opinion from engineers about what a successful Industrial Strategy should look like.
Four engineers responsible for the creation of digital imaging sensors have been honoured with the world’s most prestigious engineering prize.
A new study details a correlation between engineering strength and economic development and unveils the first ever ‘Engineering Index’.
Engineers! You are invited to share your experiences and thoughts on the potential impact of the ‘leave’ vote within the engineering industry.
38 organisations representing the engineering profession unite to support the government in the EU negotiations and help ensure the best results.
Blatchford developed the first prosthetic limb with integrated robotic control of the knee and foot; a system in which the parts work together like a human leg.
The Royal Academy of Engineering revealed the finalists for the 2016 MacRobert Award, renowned for spotting the ‘next big thing’ in technology.
Wearable electrode, low-cost wind turbine and a new method of kidney dialysis are recognised by RAE’s ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs’ Award.
The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub identified new technologies developed at UK universities with the potential to make a major impact.