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Hinton Lecture 2014

29 October 2014

Hinton Lecture 2014

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

Industrie 4.0: What can the UK learn from Germany's manufacturing strategy?

07 February 2014

Industrie 4.0: What can the UK learn from Germany's manufacturing strategy?

Professor Henning Kagermann, President of acatech, Germany's national academy of science and engineering, and former CEO of SAP delivered a presentation outlining Germany's Industrie 4.0 strategy

30 October 2013

The Future of Manufacturing: A New Era of Opportunity and Challenge for the UK

The Future of Manufacturing: A New Era of Opportunity and Challenge for the UK BIS breakfast launch of The Future of Manufacturing report

Hinton Lecture 2013

29 October 2013

Hinton Lecture 2013

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

Hinton Lecture 2012

01 October 2012

Hinton Lecture 2012

CEO of leading aerospace and defence company EADS Tom Enders outlines how UK engineering can continue driving economic and industrial growth

Engineering: gearing UK growth

07 February 2012

Engineering: gearing UK growth

Over 100 of the UK’s leading industrialists, academics and commentators gathered in London to discuss how engineering can contribute more to economic growth

Hinton Lecture 2011

11 April 2011

Hinton Lecture 2011

Bob Dudley, BP's Group Chief Executive, traces the evolution of engineering and technology in the energy industry

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

Hinton Lecture 2009

19 October 2009

Hinton Lecture 2009

Former Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Peter Mandelson defines the opportunities and challenges confronting British engineers and sets out how the government has acted since the banking crisis to invest in our science and engineering capabilities