In 2010, the Arup graduate intake was 37% female, with women starting their careers in roles across the range of professional services.
Venue: IET Savoy Place, London
Guest speaker Liz Bonnin co-presenter of Bang Goes the Theory for BBC1.
Time: 6.00 pm. arrival. 7.00 pm Award Ceremony. 8.00 pm. Drinks Reception. To book your free ticket please email Jim Lucas on email@example.com
Venue: IET Savoy Place, London. Time: 7.00 p.m.
A rare opportunity for scientists and engineers to join up with writers, dramatists and those from the world of broadcasting and new media.
Venue: Kenwood Hall, Sheffield
Includes the 2010 WES Doris Gray Student Conference
Bursaries are available to students and those on reduced incomes. More information is available on the conference website
Venue: Royal Observatory Greenwich Time: 5.30 pm. and 6.50 pm.
The programme includes a planetarium show exploring the night sky, a chance to look at the moon through our 18-tonne refracting telescope, some time on the Prime Meridian with a hot drink, astronomers and small telescopes, and a guest lecture by research scientist Dr. Rita Tojereiro. More info
4.30-7pm The Senedd, Cardiff Bay.
Venue: Royal Institution of Great Britain, Albemarle Street, London
A joint event with womenintechnology.co.uk and the European Professional Women's Network kindly supported by the Royal Institution. Bringing artist Tess Barnes together with a panel of inspiring technical women.