Top 50 Women in Engineering under 35

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) announced the ‘ WE50’ list of 50 women under 35 years of age to coincide with International Women in Engineering Day (INWED2017). The list acknowledges 50 of the engineering industry’s most inspirational young females.

ICoTA Innovation Award Entries are invited for the European Chaper Innovation Award

Strategy to maximise recovery of tight gas from the Southern North Sea

The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has published a new strategy, outlining a plan to maximise the economic recovery of ‘tight gas’ from the Southern North Sea (SNS). The OGA conservatively estimates there are some 3.8 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of remaining gas accessible in the SNS, including infill opportunities, undeveloped discoveries and prospects.
John Lamb, Starpack 2017 Industry Innovation Awards Judge

Meet The Starpack Judges: John Lamb

John Lamb will be on the Starpack 2017 Industry Innovation Awards judging pannel. IOM3 spoke to John to discuss his career in design and what he expects from entrants in this year.

How Can Engineering Be Better Represented In The Media?

Science is one of the most widely viewed news topics in UK media today. However, there is a conventional consensus that engineering is being unfairly served by broadcasters and press, especially when coverage is compared with medicine and technology. In a recent panel discussion, at the University of College London, engineers and communications experts came together to focus on how the media works, whether coverage of engineering is being neglected, and how engineers can help to ensure their subject is communicated better.