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Women in engineering – Focus on Ford

Women in engineering – Focus on Ford

On National Women in Engineering Day, I went to Laindon, Essex, to visit the Ford Dunton Technical Centre – a vast, sprawling complex, comprising large, gleaming buildings, more parking space than a Londoner could ever imagine, and a rather exciting-looking test track. The day started with inspiring speeches from Barb Samardzich, Ford of Europe’s Chief(…)

Crossrail : Engineer your future

Crossrail : Engineer your future

The inaugural National Women in Engineering day was held last month, with over 80 events across the country to celebrate female engineers and to inspire a new generation of girls. One of these was “Engineer Your Future”, a competition run by Crossrail, where 30 winners were invited to Crossrail HQ for a series of workshops(…)

Gender imbalance in the nuclear sector

Gender imbalance in the nuclear sector

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) – a professional, not-for-profit network for support and development for women engineers – celebrated its 95th anniversary this year by setting up National Women in Engineering Day, held on 23rd June. This post by Indrayani Ghangrekar is part of a series by ScienceGrrl reporters who attended various events. I attended(…)