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Welcome to the IET Cambridge Local Network. This community is open to anyone who wants to get involved, especially those in the Cambridge local area. We regularly organise a series of technical and engineering based public lectures which are held at the either the Cambridge University Engineering Department, Anglia Ruskin University or Churchill College.  The programme card for the latest season of talks can be downloaded from the 'Files' section.  Please book your place to attend.
We are always on the lookout for new committee members. If you want to find out more please contact cambsec@theiet.org
Come along to one of our talks, there are always tea and biscuits!

If you are interested in PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION, please go to the IET site at http://www.theiet.org/membership/profreg/
or email cambsec@theiet.org
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IET Innovation Awards
Applications are now open for the 2018 IET Innovation Awards.  Entry deadline: 6 July 2018.
The IET’s distinctive annual Innovation Awards celebrate year on year the very best in new innovation across science, engineering and technology, showcasing entries from around the world.  With 13 categories to choose from there is something for every corner of industry to reveal the latest innovations, be it a blue sky idea, an amazing new design or revolutionary product.  The awards, well renowned and very highly regarded in the industry for their prestige and accolade, are the place to go to raise your profile and align yourself with engineering excellence.  For full details, please go to http://www.ietinnovationawards.org/index.html?origin=judge

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Cambridge Sustainable Technology Meetup is a group for people interested in the technology involved in sustainable development, e.g. renewable energy, electric vehicles or precision agriculture.   A lot of the emerging products in these areas-  whether it's electric bikes or smart meters - can be improved upon by individual engineers and make for ... read more...
Posted by David Blake on IET Cambridge Network Apr 19, 2018 11:45 am BST

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