Liquid air energy - a new industry for the UK?
10 May 2013
The Academy hosted a discussion meeting yesterday on the potential of using liquid air as a new and sustainable vector for both energy storage and transport, attended by academics, industrialists and investors in the energy field.
Engineering institutions sign diversity concordat
09 May 2013
A number of Professional Engineering Institutions (PEIs) and other stakeholders have joined forces to promote diversity among their members and registrants, and they signed a Diversity in Engineering concordat at the Royal Academy of Engineering on 7 May to confirm their aims.
Business-minded researchers receive Enterprise Fellowships
30 April 2013
The Royal Academy of Engineering has awarded five more of its prestigious Enterprise Fellowships to outstanding innovators at UK universities. These unique Fellowships form part of the Academy's Enterprise Hub, a new resource for entrepreneurial businesses that will see Academy Fellows providing expertise and mentoring for engineering and technology start-ups and SMEs.
Top technology entrepreneurs pledge over 800 days a year to mentor promising businesses
29 April 2013
70 of the UK's top technology entrepreneurs and business professionals have pledged to volunteer at least one day a month to mentor start-ups and growing SMEs through the Royal Academy of Engineering's new Enterprise Hub, which launches on the 29th April.
More Government support for research and innovation needed to drive UK growth and prosperity
22 April 2013
The Presidents of the four UK National Academies have called on Government to guarantee a stable investment framework for research and innovation over the next ten years. It is vital to increase investment in research to ensure that other countries do not overtake the UK in innovation.
How British engineering changed the world - roll up for the Ingenious bus tour
18 April 2013
Engineers are to be given the opportunity to engage the public in innovative new ways - by becoming buskers, radio presenters and bus conductors - thanks to 24 new projects funded through the Royal Academy of Engineering's public engagement grant scheme, Ingenious.
Turing's Universal Machine Voted Greatest British Innovation of 20th Century
25 March 2013
Over 50,000 votes have been counted and the Universal Machine has triumphed in a closely fought race to be voted the greatest British innovation of the past 100 years. Imagined by WWII codebreaker and mathematician Alan Turing in the 1930s, the Universal Machine provided the theoretical basis for all modern computing.
Scottish students win Royal Academy of Engineering prize in nationwide competition
21 March 2013
William Gao, Johnny Tam, Ben Guthrie, August Hepp and Matthew Morson are celebrating after receiving the Royal Academy of Engineering Prize at the prestigiousNational Science + Engineering Competition.
Smart nanomaterials researcher takes top prize for engineering display in Parliament
21 March 2013
A Research Fellow in smart nanomaterials at the University of Bath has struck gold at the House of Commons for the excellence of her engineering research and her communications skills.
Internet and Web pioneers win the inaugural Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
18 March 2013
Five engineers who created the Internet and the World Wide Web have together won the inaugural £1 million Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering for their innovations, which have revolutionised the way we communicate and enabled the development of whole new industries. Today a third of the world's population use the Internet and it is estimated to carry around 330 Petabytes of data per year, enough to transfer every character ever written in every book ever published 20 times over.