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Data is at the heart of our digital society. Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt demonstrates that data is a vital infrastructure - for individuals, organisations and nation states - that needs to be engineered, curated and cared for.
The Hinton Lecture is the flagship annual lecture of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Professor Lord Mair CBE FREng FRS, Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering and Head of Civil Engineering at the University of Cambridge will give this year's lecture.
Admiral Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC, The First Sea Lord, describes the extraordinary diversity of engineering and technical innovation within the emerging 21st Century Royal Navy
Professor Dr Uwe Krueger, chief executive officer of Atkins, discusses the need for teams with broad skills to answer
complex infrastructure questions, to exceed design codes, and balance science and vision with safety and economics
The mobile phone is now a platform of choice for many types of communication, lifestyle, commercial and leisure activities. In some parts of the world it represents a multi-leapfrog technology where there is no previous banking, phone, social change, or marketing infrastructure
CEO of leading aerospace and defence company EADS Tom Enders outlines how UK engineering can continue driving economic and industrial growth
Dr Tarek Elabbady of Microsoft Research Advanced Technology Labs in Cairo explains communications technologies used during and after the Arab Spring Revolutions
Tom Standage, Digital Editor, The Economist, examines how mobile phones promote economic growth and considers the prospects for mobile money
Bob Dudley, BP's Group Chief Executive, traces the evolution of engineering and technology in the energy industry