Mature technologies such as radar don’t grab the headlines much these days. But as the IET’s 2012 AF Harvey Engineering Research Prize winner Hugh Griffiths says, there is still plenty going on. Words and portrait by Nick Smith.
Toronto-based IET member Alyssa Randall talks to Keri Allan about her role as an R&D engineer in the biomedical sector and her prolific IET activities…
After a transformative year for IET Communities across the globe, Member News presents some of the highlights of the 2011/12 session.
A recent review of the IET's public policy work by IET Policy Trustee Professor Jeremy Watson, seeks to define how the IET formulates its position on public policy issues, reports Member News.
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