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.

First ever YPLC final takes place at Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Russia

The Saint-Petersburg Mining University hosted the national final of the Young Persons' Lecture Competition. Finalists from three universities gave presentations on remote sensing in mining, environmental load of mine dumps,...

3D printing magnets from recycled rare-earth metals

Recognising that there are billions of obsolete hard drives in existence, scientists from Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the USA have developed a novel process known as Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM)

2017 Young Persons' Lecture Competition Brazil Final

On 11 May, finalists from universities across Brazil took part in the Young Persons' Lecture Competition National Final. The final, organised by the Young Persons' World Lecture Competition main sponsor...

ITF Technology Innovation Network Tech Talks

ITF have launced a new series of innovation network technology talks