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Innovation in Space

14 March 2016

Innovation in Space

A half day conference about the latest innovations in space technology and space-enabled services. Innovation in Space showcases a selection of the most recent advances in space technologies and space-enabled services.

Innovation in agri tech

12 October 2015

Innovation in agri tech

A half-day conference about the latest innovations in agricultural technology

Innovation in autonomous systems

22 June 2015

Innovation in autonomous systems

A one-day conference about the future of autonomous systems in industry and business

QEPrize Highlights 2014-15

01 April 2015

QEPrize Highlights 2014-15

A whirlwind tour of the second Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering Cycle documenting the opening of nominations, school’s events, the engineering party and, of course, announcing Dr Robert Langer as the winner of the QEPrize

QEPrize Winner 2015: Dr Robert Langer

03 February 2015

QEPrize Winner 2015: Dr Robert Langer

The ground-breaking chemical engineer Dr Robert Langer has been awarded the QEPrize for his revolutionary advances and leadership in engineering at the interface with chemistry and medicine.

Innovation in aerospace

04 June 2014

Innovation in aerospace

This latest in the "Innovation in..." series of events focuses on the technological innovations being made in aircraft, control systems and environmental performance

Innovation in energy

09 April 2014

Innovation in energy

As part of the "Innovation in ..." series, this event focuses on the technological innovations being made in electricity generation and system management

Innovation in materials

11 November 2013

Innovation in materials

As part of the "Innovation in..." series, this event provides an overview of some of the most recent advances in materials

The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

25 June 2013

The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering

On 25 June 2013, The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering was awarded for the first time. The five engineers who created the Internet and the World Wide Web received their award from Her Majesty The Queen at Buckingham Palace.