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The Millennium Technology Prize 2010

07 May 2010

The Millennium Technology Prize 2010

Two Academy fellows are among the three nominees for the prestigious Millennium Technology Prize - the world's largest prize for engineering innovation

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

New Year Reception 2010

11 January 2010

New Year Reception 2010

Professor Sir Michael Brady FREng FRS delivers a lecture on ‘The commercial exploitation of scientific research’

Awards Dinner 2009

09 June 2009

Awards Dinner 2009

Videos from the 2009 Awards Dinner: 'Innovators in Engineering' compered by Nicholas Owen and Vivienne Parry

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

International Lecture 2008

05 November 2008

International Lecture 2008

Dr Mo Ibrahim tells the story of Celtel International – both a successful African telecoms business and a global exemplar of good governance

Awards Dinner 2008

09 June 2008

Awards Dinner 2008

Videos from the 2008 Awards Dinner: 'Engineers Design the Future' compered by Alistair Stewart OBE

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

New Year Reception 2008

14 January 2008

New Year Reception 2008

Video of the 2008 event featuring The Rt Reverend Dr Thomas Butler, Bishop of Southwark's lecture