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Four teachers and three engineers were recognised for their significant contributions to bridging education and careers in industry, as well as their advancements in core research at the recent the ERA Foundation (ERAF) held its annual dinner at The Royal Society.

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Manufacturing and engineering employers came together recently to celebrate some of the sector’s brightest younger stars at a packed awards ceremony held at Leeds Beckett University’s Rose Bowl building.

The winners of the prestigious Decentralised Energy Awards hosted by the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) were announced recently at a ceremony in Westminster’s Church House, where organisations from across the energy sector came together to celebrate this year’s achievements. A citywide heat network, the world’s smartest university campus and schemes to transform the heat networks and flexibility markets were all among those receiving awards.

Over 1500 innovators, academics and industry representatives attended this year’s Materials Research Exchange (MRE), marking the event’s 10th anniversary.

British Safety Council held its annual Gala Dinner on 7 June to celebrate the winners of its International Safety Awards (ISAs) 2024 at the Intercontinental London Park Lane hotel in London. This is the 66th year the awards have taken place and the 64th year of a gala dinner.

The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has appointed Ian Cooke as Director of Academy. Covering LEEA training, such as the Foundation and Diploma courses, the Licensed Training Scheme (LTS) and the Accredited Training Scheme (ATS), this is one of several key new senior manager roles playing a strategic part in developing the Association.

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The response from industry leaders to the Chancellor’s Spring Budget reflects a mix of appreciation and concern. EngineeringUK expressed its appreciation for the government’s declared commitment to investing in critical sectors such as engineering and technology, as well as its support for Small to Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) through initiatives like the Green Industries Growth Accelerator (GIGA). The acknowledgment of the UK’s burgeoning presence in the global technology landscape, likening it to Silicon Valley, evoked a sense of pride shared by many within these sectors.

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