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Engineering the future of water: Debate 1

13 September 2011

Engineering the future of water: Debate 1

Audio recording from the event with six speakers from academia, industry and agriculture

In conversation with Lord Browne FREng: Resources for humanity

30 June 2011

In conversation with Lord Browne FREng: Resources for humanity

In conversation with Lord Browne - resources for humanity. Chaired by David Waboso FREng

Power to the people

01 March 2011

Power to the people

Steve Holliday FREng, Chief Executive of National Grid, explains how we can find sustainable and affordable solutions to energy challenges

Semiconductor technology with molecules

01 February 2011

Semiconductor technology with molecules

Professor Sir Richard Friend FREng FRS, Cavendish Professor of Physics, University of Cambridge, explains how carbon-based molecular semiconductors have now been engineered for devices including light-emitting diodes, field-effect transistors and solar cells

The 2011 International Lecture

31 January 2011

The 2011 International Lecture

Building confidence for a sustainable and secure low-carbon energy future in the United Kingdom

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

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

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

An inconvenient truth, or a load of hot air?

18 November 2009

An inconvenient truth, or a load of hot air?

Public debate on reducing carbon emissions at the Science Museum's Dana Centre