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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Successful lunchtime panel discussion hosted by the IET at the House of Commons to discuss the manufacturing sector
Nigel Fine, IET Chief Executive and Secretary, has been appointed to the Government’s newly created Technician Council, set up to promote the role of technicians across a range of different sectors
IET Principal Policy Advisor, Yvonne Hübner, beats off stiff competition from industry experts to win award for paper
The IET was in Edinburgh last week, to help brief members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) as part of the Engineering Policy Group Scotland (EPGS).
Work is continuing in the Gulf of Mexico both to collect as much as possible of the oil pouring from the well as well as combating the growing amount of oil on the surface
BP's clean-up efforts in the Gulf of Mexico could be hit by a further setback with a tropical storm threatening to home in on the spill region.
BP's under-fire chief executive Tony Hayward has been relieved of day-to-day control of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the company's chairman has confirmed.
Plans to build a wind turbine, dubbed the Angel of Leyton, at the Olympic Park in east London have been scrapped.
A pioneering 'green' black taxi has been unveiled in central London. The "Fuel Cell Black Cab" gives a glimpse of how hydrogen technology could clean up air quality in cities.