• The route to fellowship

    With the Institute’s Women into Fellowship initiative underway, Kathryn Allen talks to four Fellows about the application process and their experiences.
  • Q&A – Dr Lilian Hodgson

    Kathryn Allen talks to Dr Lilian Hodgson FIMMM about choosing a career path and maintaining a work–life balance.
  • Mentoring in STEM

    Kathryn Allen takes a look at STEM mentoring schemes and examines how readers can get involved.
  • Q&A – Dr Nan Li

    Kathryn Allen talks to Dr Nan Li, Lecturer at the Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London, UK, about her career to date and the importance of mentoring.
  • Speeding to a supercapacitive polymer

    Gary Peters talks to Dr Maria Asplund, from the Department of Microsystems Engineering, University of Freiburg, Germany, about the SPEEDER project – a plan to create a supercapacitive polymer.
  • Q&A – Abbie Hutty

    Kathryn Allen speaks to Abbie Hutty about her career and transition from university to industry.
  • Q&A – Alison Cooke

    Gary Peters talks to Alison Cooke about her latest clay project in Cornwall, plans for the Thames Tideway Tunnel and why the sector needs to embrace experimentation.
  • A ten-year journey to boost UK recycling

    In the last ten years, the number of local authorities collecting beverage cartons at kerbside has jumped from 10% to 67%. Mandy Kelly, from The Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment, outlines how it was done.
  • Let’s get technical

    Kathryn Allen looks at how the apprenticeship levy is shaping UK investment in technical education.
  • Q&A – Kirsten Bodley

    Kathryn Allen speaks to Kirsten Bodley, Chief Executive Officer of the Women’s Engineering Society, about her career to date and good management practice.

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