On Thursday 10 October, IOM3 headquarters in London hosted the 15th Young Persons’ World Lecture Competition (YPWLC). Tamlyn Naidu from South Africa was awarded first place for her lecture on ‘Acid Mine Drainage Remediation System Using Waste Products from the Steel Manufacturing and Sugar Industries.’
This is Engineering Day will take place on 6 November 2019. It is a campaign to bring engineering to life for young people, and give more people the opportunity to pursue a career that is rewarding, future shaping, varied, well paid and in-demand.
Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell was one of the Founders of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1869. He built a country house, and much of a village in North Yorkshire, near his Middlesbrough Works. Sue Parker of the CIE investigates what remains of this estate, and finds Sir Isaac's final resting place.
This year, IOM3 is celebrating 150 years since the Iron and Steel Institute was first formed. One of the founders of this was Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell. Sue Parker FIMMM, Technical Events Officer of Cleveland Institution of Engineers having lived close to the family plot has written a historical piece on Sir Issac and the area in which he lived.