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Academy welcomes House of Lords report on impact of immigration rules on international STEM student applications to UK universities
11 April 2014

Academy welcomes House of Lords report on impact of immigration rules on international STEM student applications to UK universities

Key decisions looming on further development of wind power, says Academy
10 April 2014

Key decisions looming on further development of wind power, says Academy

Royal Academy of Engineering to pilot new accelerated endorsement process for Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visa applications
08 April 2014

Royal Academy of Engineering to pilot new accelerated endorsement process for Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visa applications

All RISE, enter the research leaders
01 April 2014

Two Academy researchers have today been recognised as RISE Leaders by the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for inspirational leadership and their achievements in research and innovation.

Can robots beat nature? Academy announces latest Ingenious projects
01 April 2014

Can robots beat nature? Academy announces latest Ingenious projects

Time running out to make critical decisions on carbon capture and storage, say energy experts
31 March 2014

Time running out to make critical decisions on carbon capture and storage, say energy experts

Bridging the gap between vision and experience
21 March 2014

Speaking at the annual Royal Academy of Engineering/Royal Society of Edinburgh joint lecture on Monday 24 March, Dr Virlogeux will tell Fellows and guests of the two national academies what he has learned from his world-renowned bridge projects, including the spectacular Millau Viaduct - the world's longest bridge at this altitude (343 metres) with piers taller than the Eiffel Tower.

Baked beans and female engineers: two new Academy booklets promote diversity in engineering
19 March 2014

In celebration of National Science and Engineering Week, the Royal Academy of Engineering has released two free-to-download booklets which promote diversity in engineering.

Smart glasses to help the partially sighted win gold medal for Oxford researcher
18 March 2014

Dr Stephen Hicks, a research fellow in neuroscience and visual prosthetics at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Oxford struck gold in the engineering session at this year SET for Britain research poster competition.

Academy announces ERA Foundation Award winners
18 March 2014

A new and much-needed remote system to safely and accurately assess dangerous nuclear accident sites, and a new anti-ageing skin cream applicator that uses electrical energy to increase absorption at deeper skin levels, have been awarded funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering. The ERA Foundation Award will help the two technologies move out of the UK research labs where they were developed and turn them into reality.

 

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