(11 April 2013) - Southampton EngD research engineer Frederick Levy has won the British Geotechnical Association's Cooling Prize 2013 for his paper and presentation on "The uplift capacity of transmission tower foundations".
(15 February 2013) - A joint group of Bristol University EngD and PhD research students in engineering recently took part in an innovative training session on public engagement organised by the Systems Centre.
(24 October 2012) - The Rt Hon David Willetts MP, Minister for Universities and Science at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills will be addressing the launch conference of the Association of Engineering Doctorates on Thursday 1 November 2012, at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London.
(18 October 2012) - Staff and students from the University of Bristol, including EngD research engineer Ellie Cosgrave, are joining famous faces in a new calendar which aims to excite young women about science.
(15 October 2012) - The 3TU.School for Technological Design, Stan Ackermans Institute has become the first affiliate member of the Association of Engineering Doctorates (AEngD) – the UK-based organisation which promotes the value of the Engineering Doctorate (EngD) to government, industry and commerce.
(2 October 2012 - London) - On Thursday 1 November 2012, the Association of Engineering Doctorates, the umbrella group for UK university research centres offering the EngD qualification, will hold a launch conference at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London. Dr Paul Golby, chairman of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will give the keynote address.
(30 August 2012) - IDC in Systems engineering student Ellie Cosgrave starred in last night’s [Wednesday, 29 August] opening ceremony for the Paralympic Games, which took billions of viewers on a journey through the history of science.
(23 August 2012) - Complicated concepts from the world of engineering, nanoscience and chemistry have been communicated on canvas thanks to postgraduate students from the University of Bristol who contributed to the huge success of See No Evil - the UK's largest permanent street art project.
(8 August 2012) - Postgraduate students from the University of Bristol will be swapping science for spray cans as they bring their research work to life for See No Evil – the UK’s largest permanent street art project.
(1 May 2012) - It has been agreed that an accredited EngD, when combined with an accredited Bachelors degree with honours in engineering and technology, will provide the full exemplifying academic qualification for CEng (Chartered Engineer) registration.
(20 November 2011) - The Association of Engineering Doctorates (AEngD) is marking its first birthday by revamping its website and adding new interactive features that will dramatically improve how the organisation communicates with its different stakeholders.
(7 November 2011) - ULTra Global, a UK-based company, has delivered one of the world's first operational Personal Rapid Transit systems at Heathrow airport. PRT is an innovative urban light transport system and Alan Peters’ research at the Systems Centre (University of Bristol) is making major contributions by applying systems-based approaches to safety management and the application of simulation techniques to aid complex systems integration.
(13 January 2011) - The automotive and aerospace industries in the UK received a major boost today as Universities and Science Minister David Willetts announced the launch of five new centres across the UK to train engineers of the future.
(18 November 2010) - On 17th November the Steering Committee for the Association of Engineering Doctorates (AEngD), held its inaugural meeting. This national Association establishes a community of Engineering Doctorate providers (initially the 19 EPSRC-funded Industrial Doctorate Centres, IDCs) with aims to promote interdisciplinary collaboration; to communicate Excellence and Innovation; to give Leadership to the EngD brand; to uphold best practices across IDCs; and to support knowledge transfer.