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Technology Visionaries: In conversation with Professor Ross Anderson FREng FRS

12 November 2012

Technology Visionaries: In conversation with Professor Ross Anderson FREng FRS

Ross Anderson is Professor of Security Engineering at Cambridge University Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. He asks the question: How does software change engineering?

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

Innovation in technology-based companies reinventing the business ecosystem

19 July 2012

Innovation in technology-based companies reinventing the business ecosystem

A half-day event on how companies have transformed the way they do business

Vodafone Lecture: Social media and Arab Spring revolutions

05 July 2012

Vodafone Lecture: Social media and Arab Spring revolutions

Dr Tarek Elabbady of Microsoft Research Advanced Technology Labs in Cairo explains communications technologies used during and after the Arab Spring Revolutions

Awards Dinner 2012

26 June 2012

Awards Dinner 2012

View highlights from the 2012 Awards Dinner - in association with BG Group

19 June 2012

Greening UK energy: Business opportunity or brake on growth?

Are a strong industrial sector and a low-carbon economy mutually exclusive? And will growth, when it comes, be green or are 'green jobs' just a myth?

13 June 2012

Cheltenham Science Festival 2012: Can we keep warm and still save the world?

Discussion on how to heat our homes in a sustainable way at the Cheltenham Science Festival 2012

13 June 2012

Cheltenham Science Festival 2012: Wind power: the great debate

'This house believes that Britain should be a fan of wind energy’ at the Cheltenham Science Festival 2012. Chaired by Vivienne Parry

Designing better care for older people

16 May 2012

Designing better care for older people

As people are living longer, the health and social services are under increasing pressure to deal with conditions related to frailty