The IET has awarded scholarships of up to £10,000 to five outstanding students for their impressive work in the fields of engineering and technology.
Engineering students at Aston University were tasked with designing and building an LED globe that could be programmed wirelessly using Arduino and sold on to schools or colleges.
Engineering students at Aston University were given the opportunity to work with Aston Villa Football Club Academy, after it approached the university to see if it could help develop some new biometric training equipment.
GCHQ apprentices and placement students took an active role at the 2013 Cheltenham Science Festival, where they produced a range of displays and challenges to test visitors.
Aston University engineering students return from international robotics competition as best of the European entrants.
The IET has now established its first student chapter in the Americas thanks to the hard work and enthusiasm of a small team of volunteers and staff.
Singapore’s YPS has developed the Career Lounge event format, allowing students and YPs to network in an informal environment.
Queen Mary University of London’s electronic engineering students demonstrated their creative application of electronics in the annual Design and Build project, sponsored by the IET.
This February the University of Surrey Electronics and Amateur Radio Society (SurreyEARS), in conjunction with support from the Electronic Engineering (EE) Department and the IET, ran a scrapheap challenge event. This saw five teams of mixed EE staff and undergrads spend the afternoon building contraptions out of a huge pile of scrap components in order to complete a challenge.
Five engineering students from Aston University are taking part in an international robotics competition.
A student from the University of Portsmouth is one step closer to winning a renowned global engineering prize.
This January Aston University hosted an electric car race day, an event organised by engineering and applied science students as one of their 'hands on' engineering modules.
The annual event was another egg-citing competition for all those involved, from students through to working engineers.
The IET spoke with two students currently taking part in Airbus’ Fly Your Ideas competition.
Imperial student Christopher Luke watched the Global Grand Challenges Summit on the big screen at IET Birmingham: Austin Court, with speakers including Bill Gates and musician Will.i.am. Here he shares his experiences…
IET Solent Network Young Professionals team leader Joe Dunn talks about the team and what it offers students at Southampton, Portsmouth and beyond…
Student engineers from Brunel University helped design and build an unmanned, engineless toy glider in an attempt to fly over 22 miles of sea for a TV special presented by James May.
Thanks to IET sponsorship, engineering students at Loughborough University now have a new engineering society.
IET Solent Network Young Professionals team leader Joe Dunn talks about this year’s Great Egg Race competitions…
Christopher Spargo, 25, has been awarded a prestigious IET postgraduate scholarship.
Peter Stuart was awarded The IET Prize 2012 at Bristol University this summer, an award given for distinction shown in a course leading to the award of a degree in electrical and electronic engineering.
The IET has introduced a new award at the University of Liverpool this year, with the aim of promoting greater innovation and entrepreneurship amongst engineering students.
Students from the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) have attended the first Lego Robot Design Competition.
Rosie Ansell has been recognised as one of Develop3D magazine’s top five standout projects at the New Designers 2012 exhibition in London.
Matt Silver’s GPS-enabled baton is set to track and record a re-enactment of Shackleton’s history-making 1916 Antarctic voyage, whilst promoting the charitable work of Armed Forces charity The Baton.
The IET Power Academy Seminar is a two-day, all expenses paid conference for IET Power Academy scholars. Matthew Butler, an RWE Npower scholar from the University of Bath shares his experiences from this year’s conference.
Zhang Qun, China’s 2012 PATW winner, and runner up Zhao Yixin, share their experiences taking part in this presentation competition, highlighting how it has helped them improve their English speaking skills.
Anubhav Gupta, an active IET student member currently in the last year of his electrical and electronics engineering degree shares his experiences of taking part in his regional Present around the World (PATW) heat.
Adam Malpass was awarded an IET Jubilee Scholarship in 2008 and has now graduated from his master’s degree in electronic engineering with first class honours.
Bath University’s Nkoni Nicholas-White gave pupils from Croydon a chance to experience the world of engineering by arranging a day of activities for them across companies in the UK’s south west.
Making great industry contacts and learning new skills - Kafil Ahmed has gained so much from putting forward his idea for a technical event for young professionals.
It’s never too early to consider your professional registration plans, as student attendees to a recent workshop attest.
The 6th Annual IET Devon and Cornwall Great Egg Race was the biggest yet reports Steve O’Mara, programme manager for the IET Devon and Cornwall Local Network (LN).
Developing your portfolio of evidence is just one of the many Lifeskills workshops offered by the IET and highlights to students that it’s never too early to start preparing for professional registration.
One IET student member shares how her PhD research degree gave her the chance to travel to a conference on the other side of the world to present her work.
The Beds and Herts Local Network (LN) recently held an event that gave students a glimpse into the working life of engineers. A great success, it hopes that the concept will be used by other LNs across the UK and beyond.
IET student member Maria Felice talks about attending Girl Geek Dinner events: local gatherings for tech-savvy females that host technical and business seminars as well as informal networking opportunities.
The IET Victoria’s Young Professional Section holds an annual student-industry networking dinner giving students insights into working life and helping them build relationships reports Denise Lam, IET Victoria YPS Committee.
September 2011 saw members and non-members from the Gloucestershire region fly out to Geneva to visit the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), aka the Big Bang Machine, at CERN.
The Engineering YES competition helps identify successful routes to market for university-based innovation explains Thomas Demetriades, an EngD student from University of Nottingham.
This summer saw IET students and professionals work together to hold a successful robotics workshop in India.
IET student members are taking advantage of networking opportunities to improve their career opportunities reports IET Western Australia Young Professionals chair Timothy Wong.
Working in a Tanzanian hospital, engineering student Alisdair Pert used his skills to fix medical machinery and save lives. On a two month long placement, he lived with locals and even learnt basic Swahili.
IET members at the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals held an event highlighting the benefits of IET membership and the chapter's activity.
The creation of the Bloodhound Supersonic Car had help from engineering students from Swansea University, reports IET North West committee member, Saim Memon.
The IET Solent Network has been working closely with its region's three main universities to build successful IET on campus teams.
Students at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) in Lahore, Pakistan, have created their own magazine for the region's IET chapter.
Proactive students in Gibraltar have created their own group for aspiring engineers, arranging trips and events focused on science and engineering.
Imperial College London's Thomas Lüth shows how the "Energy Kiosk" is improving power accessibility in rural Rwanda.
Students at Strathclyde University's Electronic and Electrical Engineering department have been putting their skills to good use, by travelling to Gambia to improve living conditions across villages and towns.
Flight simulators and creating robots, just some of the things the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Society (EEESoc) gets up to.
Aberdeen University's Engineering Society includes Pub golf, the Undy 500, paintballing, football tourneys and posh balls, amongst other things.
Want to find out more about the Local Networks (LNs) in your region? Here's a taster of what North West Midlands LN get-togethers can offer students.
The region's first Research and Development Week is arranged by engineering students.
Students from the IET's Wellington Local Network (LN) spend a day at the New Zealand Army's Weapons Simulation Centre, Waiouru.
The latest London IET young professionals event consisted of a LEGO Mindstorms Robot Wars competition and Professor Kevin Warwick's Cyborg Experiments lecture.
To increase awareness about work life in a manufacturing company and as a kick start of engineering student outreach activities, IET on Campus Surrey network organised a trip for post graduates and undergraduates to the Mars food factory in Slough.
Jayathu Senadheera, chairman of the Sri Lanka Network's Younger Members Section tells of the technical visit and its benefits.
Participants of the IET Great Egg Race are invited to design and build a device capable of transporting an egg using only limited components.
Abdelhak Attou, who works within the university's Mobile Communications Research Group, gives us a glimpse at how the university and the IET are working together to offer students new opportunities.