By Charis Bronze Engineer? Yes. Naked? Not in the way you might think... Most engineering students are advised to take part in an industrial placement during their studies. This helps to develop skills, network with professionals and most importantly give the experience of a working environment. This is so we’re not just “another engineering grad with… Continue reading The Internship of a Naked Engineer
Diversity in innovation is crucial for the UK’s economy; however, the number of female entrepreneurs in the UK is around half that of men. Boosting the number of women in innovation could deliver approximately £180 billion to the UK economy. Following the insight that just one in 7 applications for business funding to Innovate UK came from women,… Continue reading Women in Innovation
A little bit about me Currently, I am pursuing a PhD joint between Sheffield, Leeds and York Universities because it is the White Rose funded joint DTC for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (DTC TERM) – This is under the department for Mechanical Engineering at the University of Leeds. I did my undergraduate degree in… Continue reading Suzie & Ricky – by Elizabeth Kapasa
By: Noye, 2nd Year Civil Engineering October 2016 When you meet someone new at university, it’s considered just good manners to ask what they’re studying. The more I’ve been asked this question the clearer it has become that, even amongst engineers, a surprising number of people (in my opinion anyway) don’t know what civil engineering… Continue reading WHY DON’T WE KNOW WHAT CIVIL ENGINEERING IS? . . . AND WHAT IS IT?