17 July 2013
The Academy Awards Dinner celebrates the very best of British engineering. This year's event was held inside the iconic Battersea Power Station and was one of the last opportunities to see inside the building before its redevelopment.
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The Enterprise Fellowships scheme forms part of the Academy’s commitment to stimulate excellence and encourage creativity and innovation in engineering by identifying and supporting the founders and leaders of tomorrow’s high-tech companies.
Saturday 11 June 2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the first meeting of the Fellowship of Engineering, later the Royal Academy of Engineering. In 1976, our Senior Fellow, HRH The Prince Philip, invited 130 leading engineers to Buckingham Palace, where the Academy’s journey began.
Celebrating the achievements of the latest cohort of Enterprise Hub awardees.
Siemens Magnet Technology (SMT), an Oxfordshire-based subsidiary of Siemens Healthcare UK, has developed a groundbreaking 7 tesla (7T) magnet which is at the heart of the first Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system suitable for both research and clinical applications.
Basingstoke-based Blatchford has developed the first ever prosthetic limb with integrated robotic control of the knee and foot; a system in which the parts work together like a human leg.
Jaguar Land Rover is the UK’s largest automotive manufacturer, with a history going back almost 70 years.