Today, on International Women in Engineering Day, IOM3 members Professor Rachel Oliver FIMMM and Dr Mi Tian MIMMM have been recognised in the Women’s Engineering Society’s (WES) Top 50 Women in Engineering: Sustainability. Rachel and Mi Tian will be presented with their awards virtually later this year.
Profiles of women in materials, science & engineering
Former Institute of Clay Technology (ICT) Scottish branch President, Mary Lawson FIMMM, talks about her career.
Senior Scientist and Project Lead at Element Six, Dr Rachael Ambury CEng CSci FIMMM, winner of the IOM3 Robert Perrin Award for commitment to outreach activities, talks to Idha Valeur about the importance of outreach work.
This month we highlight people who are consistently working to create a more diverse and equal STEM sector. Idha Valeur talks to Natalie Cheung and Siena Castellon, who are committed to improving and increasing acceptance in STEM careers.
IOM3 is looking to the future and celebrating young talent and ambition. Idha Valeur talks to the ones to watch in STEM.
Women who worked in the materials and mining professions during the last century were pioneers in their time, entering what was very much a man’s world, and many of them made significant contributions and became prominent in their field
Lynsey Seal, Principal Fire Engineer and Joint Head of London Fire Brigade’s Fire Engineering Group, talks to Idha Valeur about her journey to Chartership.
IOM3 has partnered with ITN Productions to take part in their Journey of the Drop programme in association with the World Petroleum Council (WPC). The IOM3 video is now available to watch online via IOM3TV.
Having now taken on the role as President of IOM3, Serena talks about engaging younger members, key issues facing materials science and engineering and the 150th anniversary.
Idha Valeur talks to Dr Rebecca Boston, research fellow, about her career and how she secured five years of funding for her research into controlling crystal growth in materials.