Past events

31st October 2018

The Graduate Engineer Show

The Graduate Engineer Show brings together the biggest and most successful engineering businesses with the emerging engineering talent of tomorrow.

31st October 2018 - 1st November 2018

Advanced Engineering Show 2018

Network with your peers at the UK’s largest annual gathering of engineers on 31 Oct & 1 Nov at the NEC. Register for free to attend the Advanced Engineering Show. For more information and to book your free place visit the website here.

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23rd October 2018

Graphene!- What do we do with it now?

18:15 – 20:00 BST, IET Glasgow, Glasgow

Graphene is not just an exciting prospect for electronics. In this lecture Professor Karl Coleman will describe the properties of graphene and what graphene can do for engineering. Karl started his own business on Teeside which develops ways of using graphene for such down to earth applications as paints and coatings, lubricants and composite materials. He will discuss the ways in which graphene can be combined with other materials to enhance performance. 

20th October 2018

WES ‘EngTech Ready’ Apprentice Conference 2018

Engineering and construction can be challenging environments in which to train and work, and only 3% of apprentices in these fields are female. Thanks to funding from Arconic, the first-ever WES Apprentice Conference will take place on Saturday 20 October 2018, kindly hosted by EEF at their Training Hub in Aston, Birmingham.
18th October 2018

Environmental Monitoring Technologies

University of Wales, Swansea, United Kingdom

 

Claire Grainger, Environment Manager at Tata Steel will be exploring the benefits of smart technology in environment management. For more details please go here

12th October 2018

Wally Funk's Race for Space

No. 4 Hamilton Place, Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters, London

Wally Funk is an aviation pioneer. Selected as a pilot to take part in America’s Woman in Space Program in 1961, she became one of the ‘Mercury 13’ - the thirteen women who passed the strict physical and psychological astronaut tests that were also used to select the famous male Mercury 7 astronauts. Denied a chance to go into space, she continued her flying career and became both the first female FAA inspector in the US and air crash investigator for the National Transportation and Safety Board.

2nd October 2018

99th AGM of the Women's Engineering Society

Members of the Women's Engineering Society are warmly invited to attend the 99th Annual General Meeting of the Women's Engineering Society to be held at 5pm at 47-58 Bastwick Street, London.  Please see below relevant documentation.

Agenda

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