Our aim is to provide support and guide innovators and the funders of innovation (public and private) to overcome the challenges associated with managing innovation. The activities are relevant to entrepreneurs, businesses, investors, academics, funding bodies, and Government.
Quantum technologies will have cross-cutting impacts on current engineering sectors varying from satellites to computing platforms. Last week, the Technical and Professional Community Networks Committee approved the formation of a Quantum Engineering Technical Network (QETN). Read on to find out more...
As the final part of this year’s Engineer a Better World campaign , we conducted new research into children’s and parent’s understanding of green jobs and have launched a new video content series to help explain what they are and what they entail.
Our Public Affairs activities aim to position the IET as the go-to place for Parliamentarians for independent, impartial engineering and technology expertise. Like many of activities, the ongoing pandemic has made this difficult and has forced us to operate in different ways.