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Back in January, Rachel Kirkwood, graduate engineer at Peter Brett Associates and participant in our Women Like Me programme, delivered a very successful online presentation for the Leaders Award. So much so, that she's been asked to return and (More)
A team of engineers from UWE Bristol is bringing to life one of the winning designs from last year’s Leaders Awards. Designed by Philippa Griffiths of Hugh Sexey CE Middle School in Somerset, the Red Line Braking System ( (More)
Are you a female academic professional with children, working at UWE Bristol? Second year Business and Human Resource Management students (supervised by Dr Vanda Papafilippou, chair of our Women Like Me partner the WISE Bristol Hub) are conducting r (More)
Our team of engineers, including our Women Like Me engineer Katy, are busy building one of the winning designs from last year's Leaders Award. Designed by Philippa Griffiths of Hugh Sexey CE Middle School in Somerset, the Red Line Braking System (RL (More)
A team of engineers from UWE Bristol is bringing to life one of the winning designs from last year's Leaders Awards. Designed by Philippa Griffiths of Hugh Sexey CE Middle School in Somerset, the Red Line Braking System (RLBS) displays red lights to (More)
Back in November, our Women Like Me participant Eleanor Davies presented to over 1300 children in on online 'Meet an Engineer' session for the Leaders Award. Her talk was so successful and engaging that she was invited back, and presented again o (More)
engineering wrote: Connected by Curiosity
Our Curiosity Connections Conference took place at UWE Bristol on Saturday 2nd February 2019. We've already updated on our Women Like Me engineering outreach surgery that was embedded into the day; now you can find out how the rest of the packe (More)
Curiosity Connections - Women Like Me is a Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious funded project. Curiosity Connections is a Bristol-based network for primary Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) teachers and science communicators, whil (More)
Our Curiosity Connections Conference, bringing together teachers and science communicators to discuss and progress the future of primary STEM, took place today and the packed expo featured two of the student engineers building a prototype of one of (More)
Yesterday, our team of student engineers who are turning one of the winning 2018 Leaders Award designs into reality, Miriam Cristofoletti, Katy O'Hara Nash, Olesya Klyuchenkova and Georgina Packham, visited Hannah More Primary School in Bristol (More)