(29 November 2013) - The two winners of the inaugural Engineering Research Writer of the Year competition, organised by the Association of Engineering Doctorates, were announced at the AEngD conference in London on Tuesday 26 November.
(26 November 2013) - The Engineering Doctorate (EngD) postgraduate qualification has made a profound difference to the career prospects of enrolled researchers, and delivered tangible benefits to industrial sponsors including new knowledge, products, processes and patents. The key findings of AEngD/EPSRC-funded research undertaken by Manchester Business School were presented at the AEngD national conference in London today.
(14 November 2013) - Applications for 2014 awards of 1851 Royal Commission Industrial Fellowships are now being invited. The Fellowships are worth up to £80,000 over three years, and the most recent cohort included three EngD candidates.
(11 November 2013) - The annual conference of the Association of Engineering Doctorates, in London on 26 November, will debate the future of the EngD qualification in light of new research into EngD impacts and recent changes in EPSRC funding,
(21 October 2013) - The AEngD judges have produced an initial shortlist of entrants for the AEngD writing competition. Subject to entrants' availability, their papers will be presented at the AEngD annual conference on Tuesday 26 November in London.
The CDT in Applied Photonics, an AEngD member, is holding a Summer School in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Photonics at the University of St Andrews in Scotland from 16th to 23rd June 2018.The summer school will feature lectures and workshops from le…
A new global competition to encourage students and young people to find solutions to the issues facing the world’s rapidly expanding cities has been launched by RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) to mark its 150th anniversary. It offers…