The WES Tees and Tyneside Cluster are organising a virtual celebration of the diversity of engineering to mark International Women in Engineering Day (INWED). Although the speakers will all be from the local area, anyone is welcome to join the event.
The UK is one of a growing number of countries that has set itself on an ambitious journey to cut greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 to prevent the worst impact of climate change.
The pressure is on, emotions run high, and it is easy to become overcome by fear. And yet, in the midst of facing a scenario that you are unlikely to have encountered before, the decisions you make are more important than ever.
The world around us is in a constant state of flux with the pace of change getting quicker and quicker as technology advances.
Organisations are constantly having to change in order to remain relevant and we need to be able to adjust otherwise we get left behind. If you are going through change or change is on the horizon and you are worrying about how it will impact you, this webinar will help you.
The WES Tyne and Tees Cluster Committee would like to invite local WES members to an informal get together on Wednesday 22nd April 2020.
Royal Science Institution, London 7- 8.30pm
How did the brevity of the telegram influenced Hemingway's writing style? How did a young chemist expose the use of Polaroid's cameras to create passbooks to track black citizens in apartheid South Africa?
This talk showcases little-known inventors, particularly people of colour and women, who had a significant impact but whose accomplishments have been hidden by mythmaking, bias, and convention.
Unfortunately, due to the current situation with COVID19, we have decided to postpone the event until later in the year.
Once a new date has been decided, we will make this public & change the Eventbrite page accordingly.