Research Forum, Royal Academy of Engineering

15th November 2022 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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join us for our annual Research Forum.

The Research Forum, Royal Academy of Engineering is a highlight of the Academy’s research activities and showcases the world-class engineering research funded through the Academy’s wide range of programmes: from support for early-career researchers through to those at professional level, and industrially-relevant research across the engineering sectors.

This year’s keynote speaker is Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE FREng FRS the Academy’s first Senior Research Fellow.

Attendees will have an opportunity to listen to keynote talks and ask questions. They will also get bonus content to view, including online exhibits and demonstrations of the latest research.

From robots that can detect nuclear waste to electrochemical devices for a zero carbon economy, our awardees are pushing the boundaries of engineering and finding solutions to the biggest challenges the world faces today.

For any queries, please contact research@raeng.org.uk

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15th November 2022
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