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Meet the innovators

Researcher case studies - As part of the Academy's Engineering for Growth campaign, this collection of case studies profiles the work of engineers engaged in the Academy's research schemes, across multiple disciplines

Meet the innovators (2.07 MB)

How can sport drive engineering innovation?

A report summarising the key points raised at an international and multidisciplinary one-day conference highlighting the links between sporting excellence and innovative engineering. Organised by the Royal Academy of Engineering in partnership with the Science and Innovation Network (SIN) Paris, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the Healthcare Knowledge Transfer Network and UK TRade & Investment

How can sport drive engineering innovation? (586.72 KB)

Enhancing Engineering Higher Education

Outputs of the national HE STEM programme - The National HE STEM programme (2009-12) took place against a backdrop of significant change in the higher education systems in England and Wales. Tuition fees, arrangements for student finance and control of student numbers all changed in a move to put the student at the centre of higher education

Enhancing Engineering Higher Education (2.21 MB)

Computing Qualifications included in the 2014 Key Stage 4 Performance Tables: a guide for schools

This guide, produced by the Royal Academy of Engineering in association with in association with the BCS Academy of Computing, the Computing at School working group (CAS) and Next Gen Skills is designed to help schools make sense of the sometimes confusing landscape of computing qualifications

Computing Qualifications included in the 2014 Key Stage 4 Performance Tables: a guide for schools (959.68 KB)