WE PROVIDE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ADVICE AND GUIDANCE TO GOVERNMENT, THE MEDIA, INDUSTRY, ACADEMIA AND THE PUBLIC.
Engineering can no longer afford to remain a sector in which women who join the profession are expected to change their personality in order to 'fit in' - Peter Finegold, Head of Education and Skills, Policy Research
Our 132nd President, Carolyn Griffiths, examines issues relating to education, employment and the gender agenda, why these still exist and what is limiting progress towards their resolution.
Read about our record-breaking year for professional registration, promoting the value of engineering and how we've inspired young people in 2016.
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We focus on providing thought leadership across six critical engineering themes.
Inspiring, preparing and supporting tomorrow’s engineers, and raising the profile of engineering and engineering careers.
Promoting sustainable energy use and engineering sustainable supply to support our economy and modern lifestyles.
Promoting economic growth while mitigating and adapting to climate change and the depletion of natural resources.
Promoting health, fitness and wellbeing in a growing and ageing population through technology and engineering.
Supporting the engineers, encouraging new technology and boosting the supply chain to contribute to a prosperous and growing manufacturing sector.
Promoting safe, efficient, integrated transport systems with minimal congestion and reduced emissions.
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