Articles from The Royal Academy of Engineering

#EngineeringX - A new collaboration to promote engineering knowledge, innovation and skills for the benefit of society

Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the Academy launch Engineering X to address global safety challenges The Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the Royal Academy of Engineering have today launched ‘Engineering X’, a new international collaboration that brings together some of the world’s leading problem solvers to address the great challenges of our age.

Academy funds six leading engineers to tackle industry challenges

AI-enabled drug design, fibre-reinforced concrete and high-temperature components for fusion power plants are among the research challenges being addressed by three new Research Chairs and three new Senior Research Fellows funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering. Focusing on industry-relevant research across the full range of engineering disciplines, the Academy’s Research Chairs and Senior Research Fellowships enhance the links between academia and businesses with each of the prestigious five-year positions co-sponsored by an industrial partner.

National day for engineering announced to combat narrow perception of profession

Royal Academy of Engineering highlights that misconceptions about engineers and lack of understanding of the profession means young people are missing opportunities to make a difference to our world

PhD student from Imperial College London awarded prestigious Westminster Medal

Using bubbles to deliver drugs wins young engineer the top prize in Parliament research competition.

Female innovators lead the way at Pitch@Palace Africa 3.0 #IWD2019

Muzalema Mwanza, the founder of Safe Motherhood Alliance, a Zambia-based social enterprise that develops simple, low-cost disposable baby delivery kits has been announced as the winner of Pitch@Palace Africa 3.0. The announcement was made at Pitch@Palace Africa 3.0, hosted by The Duke of York at St James’s Palace, London, on Thursday 7 March.

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