Tag Archives: Institution of Engineering and Technology

The proposed new trees for Lower Thames Crossing


Yesterday the Institution of Engineering and Technology published this piece focused on the current proposal from the National Highways agency to Plant more than a million trees to offset the environmental impact of the proposed new road tunnel under the … Continue reading

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Is the Institutes of Technology a suitable way forward?


On Tuesday Robert Buckland who is the Conservative MP for South Swindon stated a motion in Parliament under the title of “Institutes of Technology (Royal Charter)” and his statement included a number of very significant issues. However the Institute of … Continue reading

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Robert deserves a proper answer


This year has been designated in the UK as ‘2018 – The Year of Engineering’. Yesterday I had the privilege of visiting the University of Kent at Canterbury to speak to a group of 3rd year Electronic Engineering Students to … Continue reading

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At the STEM of the problem


A week last Friday (26th January) a Tory MP asked his Government a question regarding STEM issues, the question came from Andrew Percy who is the MP for Brigg and Goole. His question was “To ask the Secretary of State for Education, … Continue reading

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