Women in Engineering Day Dunton crash test dummies

Women in engineering – Focus on Ford

By London Chapter / July 10, 2014

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…

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Crossrail celebrate the first National Women in Engineering Day

Crossrail : Engineer your future

By London Chapter / July 9, 2014

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…

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Gender imbalance in the nuclear sector

By London Chapter / July 8, 2014

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…

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Something to Say – a 1st birthday party with a difference…and Gia Milinovich

By Dr Heather Williams / September 29, 2013

18th October marks the first anniversary of our launch party. Our birthday celebrations begin on Thursday 10th October, with the inaugural ‘Because Science is for Everyone’ lecture by Dr Heather Williams and Professor Brian Cox in Manchester, and continue with our ‘birthday party with a difference’ on Saturday 12th October in London. On the afternoon of 12th October, Gia Milinovich will…

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