Blatchford wins the MacRobert Award 2016

The UK’s top innovation prize has been awarded to a team of engineers from Blatchford, a global leader in prosthetics, for the development of the world’s most advanced prosthetic limb. Read more here.

"Blatchford has created a platform technology that signifies the beginning of the next generation of prosthetics."

Great marketing is about head & heart

The June Innovators network event explored what is needed to create great brands, and why engineering companies should use their head and heart when communicating with their customers. Read more.

"Brand, Marketing and PR – is about investing in, and creating a vision for the future"

First of new RAEng 1851 Royal Commssion Enterprise Fellowships are awarded

Award-winning innovations include a revolutionary water filter, a mood-altering wearable, an intelligent camera and a smart 3D sensing material. Read more here.

"These graduates were chosen because they have ideas with incredibly disruptive potential"

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Hub Member spotlight
Dr Andrew Marsden

Every year hundreds of billions of pounds are spent on storing, separating, and transporting gases. For example, the...

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18 May 2016
Launchpad Competition 2016 - The Fi... calendar icon

The event will feature pitches from this year’s innovative Launchpad Competition finalists, who will be announced the week before. The winner, chosen on the night, will receive the JC Gammon Award.

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£481 billion

The contribution of engineering to the UK economy Source: ONS

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