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Sammy Joe is a third year mechanical engineering student at University of Cape Town, who is passionate about utilizing his knowledge of engineering to solve society’s problems.
posted on: 06/04/2015
Risk management poses promising careers for engineers in areas like the HS2 high-speed rail network in the UK. The Institute for Risk Management's programs can pave a pathway in.
posted on: 05/28/2015
Natalie Cheung, a manager at Robogals, which seeks to increase female participation in STEM subjects, is on a journey to inspire more women to become engineers.
posted on: 05/21/2015
James Roberts, a winner of the James Dyson award 2014, is developing an inflatable incubator that will aid premature births in developing countries.
posted on: 03/12/2015
Structural engineer Kayin Dawoodi won the Young Structural Engineering Professional of the Year Award, after leading a team that built 50m-long suspension bridge in Western Rwanda, Africa.
posted on: 06/12/2014
Imperial Chemical Engineer, Rabia Lakhani, is helping to spread the word that engineering is necessary for improving quality of life in developing countries. She is part of EWB - Imperial!
posted on: 09/12/2013
Stefan Dzisiewski-Smith is the Indiana Jones of engineers. He brings power to poor Africans, creative electronics to rich Europeans, and his advice to you is: work hard, but make sure you have a life!
posted on: 05/07/2013