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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

An obsession with speed

29 September 2010

An obsession with speed

Prime Innovator lecture series. Lecture I: 'An obsession with speed' by Alex Burns Chief Executive Officer, Williams F1

Engineering UK buildings for zero carbon

22 September 2010

Engineering UK buildings for zero carbon

A talk by Doug King, Visiting Professor in Building Engineering Physics, University of Bath

The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

22 June 2010

The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Event chaired by John Armitt CBE FREng, Chairman of the Olympic Delivery Authority and a Fellow of the Academy

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.

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2010

13 April 2010

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2010

Video of 'A low carbon world: is it realistic?' lecture by Dr Anne-Marie Warris

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

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2009

21 April 2009

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2009

Dr Sue Ion FREng discusses the prospects for a significant and growing contribution of nuclear generated electricity in the context of the sector's ability to deliver safe, secure, economically competitive systems

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2008

29 April 2008

Lloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture 2008

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