Category Archives: RAE Ingenious

Ingenious Forces @ Play! Project Update with Collage of Images

All the latest news on our 2013/14 Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious Grant funded project Ingenious Forces at Play Project Update (opens as pdf) and a collage of images from several of the events we’ve delivered around the Region.  We’ve done exceptionally well … Continue reading

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38 Degrees Flood Relief Fund

Within 24 hours  38 Degrees members had donated just over 100,000 to support victims of the devastating floods with £60,000 distributed to local community charities working with flood-hit communities including: Including:  Norfolk Community Foundation to provide emergency food, clothing and bottle sterilisation … Continue reading

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Wish I’d been born a hardware engineer

A resounding success by any accounts.  Engineers had great fun playing with our kit and the many children who visited us – 100 +/- with their teachers, teaching assistants and or parents. A few issues – a gross understatement – … Continue reading

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Learn about living in a 21st Century World!

We’re recruiting four to six volunteers from non-technical disciplines to help in a skills training workshop and give feedback to specialists learning how to explain their skills for a public engagement project funded with our RAE Ingenious Grant on Monday … Continue reading

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