Like catching soup in a sieve? Ralph Adam explores how we go about preserving today’s digital content.
In 2011 the British government’s launch of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering received great coverage and was widely applauded. The UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, called it the ‘Nobel prize for engineering’.
IET member Bill Galvin proposes the solution for fuel consumption and emissions reduction in the internal combustion engine.
IET announces new editors-in-chief to drive its journals IET Wireless Sensor Systems and IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution to new heights.
Engineering prize winner Professor Hugh Griffiths talks all things radar at his up-coming lecture.
As well as hosting its own events, the IET works closely with other professional organisations putting together informative events for like-minded individuals, reports Keri Allan.
Member News highlights the careers and achievements of recently deceased IET members.