Engineers ask the government for policy change

Materials World magazine
An engineering manifesto has been published asking the government to invest in the UK’s future, economy and society. Idha Valeur finds out more.

IOM3 governance modernisation gets green light

During the Extraordinary General Meeting held in July 2018, the Institute’s voting members agreed to a suite of proposed changes to the Institute’s governance structures. Following discussions with the Engineering...

IOM3 members feature in the Top 100 Historical Women in Engineering list

On 18 September, the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) released a list of 100 women engineers from history as part of a project to celebrate the achievements of women in engineering over the past 100 years and IOM3 is pleased to see eight women members of IOM3 and its predecessor organisations featured.
Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell

Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell - at home

Cleveland Institution of Engineers
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.

At home with Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell

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.