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Royal Academy of Engineering to extend Enterprise Hub support to top international engineering entrepreneurs

Engineering entrepreneurs from around the world can now pitch for support from the Enterprise Hub to help them start a business in the UK, thanks to the Global Talent Enterprise Fellowships.

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Royal Academy of Engineering selects Britain’s top four 16-25-year-old engineering entrepreneurs

Technology visionaries Amanda Campbell, 23, George Edwards, 19, James Roberts, 23 and Sorin Popa, 25, have all been invited to join the Academy’s Enterprise Hub after competing in the nationwide Launchpad Competition aimed at 16-25-year-old engineering entrepreneurs.

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George Wright Vochlea

Meet the engineering entrepreneurs pitching at Hub Showcase 2018

Find out more about the engineering entrepreneurs who pitched at the Hub Showcase, an annual event that brings together business leaders, engineers and investors to celebrate the best of UK innovation.

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Dr Katerina Spranger

Britain’s top engineering innovations pitch for support

Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub debuts leading engineering entrepreneurs from our 2016/17 cohorts to investors and engineering community.

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It's International Women in Engineering Day 2020!

An annual celebration of the important role and achievements of women in engineering.

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Phillipa Smith

From AI to detect skin cancer to next-generation products to reduce plastic use: 11 engineering innovators recognised by the Royal Academy of Engineering

Meet the fifth cohort of innovators to join our SME Leaders Programme, which supports leadership development for individuals in engineering and technology SMEs with plans to scale-up.

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Poll compares US and UK engineers’ views on engineering enterprise

Research carried out to mark the fifth annual showcase of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub indicates that the UK may have overtaken the US as a centre for engineering startups.

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Brittany

Why engineering students need softer skills to succeed

Students need more than just technical and engineering knowledge to succeed - employers are also looking for what are generally known as "soft" skills. How can university courses teach these skills? Could business competitions provide the answer?

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