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Hinton Lecture 2010

12 October 2010

Hinton Lecture 2010

Back to the Big Bang: Dr Lyn Evans CBE FRS talks about the Large Hadron Collider

Decarbonising and celebrating the City: Why they can't be mutually exclusive

23 September 2010

Decarbonising and celebrating the City: Why they can't be mutually exclusive

A talk by Keith Clarke, Chief Executive, Atkins

21 September 2010

Design and innovation: Can creative engineering improve our lives?

Gareth Jones, Visiting Professor in Innovation at RCA/Imperial College, examines the ways in which creative engineering can be harnessed and used to create improved products

Aspiration and reality: A sustainable roads policy for London

20 September 2010

Aspiration and reality: A sustainable roads policy for London

A debate on the future of transport in the capital, which faces a number of challenges in the coming years: in increasing population, poor air quality, affordability, accessibility and a need to mitigate the effects of climate change

09 June 2010

Electric dreams: The future of cars

The car's future is almost certainly electric. Bright spark engineer Roger Kemp FREng and psychologist Harry Witchel join electric car enthusiast Robert Llewellyn to explore the future of battery power

28 May 2010

The Africa-UK Engineering for Development Partnership

The Africa-UK Engineering for Development Partnership brings together the engineering community in Africa and the UK.

20 October 2009

UK Focus for Biomedical Engineering 2009

Video from Regenerative medicine: the engineering interface - briefing seminar

Ingenious case studies

25 September 2009

Ingenious case studies

Short videos demonstrating what Ingenious grant holders and engineers have to say about their work and why they wanted to communicate their passion for engineering

Engaging with synthetic biology

18 June 2009

Engaging with synthetic biology

Videos from the launch event of the Academy's 'Synthetic Biology Public Dialogue' study, chaired by Professor Lord Robert Winston HonFREng