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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
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.
Andrew Wolstenholme, Crossrail’s CEO, gives insight into the engineering behind Europe’s largest infrastructure project
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.
The most advanced aircraft system ever conceived, designed and built in
the UK is approaching its first flight. The scale of the engineering challenge faced by BAE Systems and its partners in developing the Taranis unmanned aircraft is considerable
John Armitt is Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA). In his lecture he describes the various engineering and construction challenges from governance, land assembly and budget agreements
Video of 'A low carbon world: is it realistic?' lecture by Dr Anne-Marie Warris
Understanding the interactions of the ocean with the atmosphere and land is critical for reducing uncertainty in forecasting climate change, predicting severe storms, and sustainably managing ecosystems