Confidence is restored. I say this after spending a day this week with some of the brightest minds in civil engineering at NCE’s Future Technology Forum.
How to avoid committing plagarism.
Skills transformation to transform industry.
Diversity is an essential part of the civil engineering workforce.
Strategic thinking can deliver more for less.
We need to get more involved with society.
The silly season is upon us as the summer months see regular policy announcements slow down and more obscure stories dominate headlines in all the media.
Widening membership and knowledge.
Getting gender equality requires a sustained effort on many fronts.
Now is the time for industry-wide change.
London’s population had shrank to just 6.7M people in 1988, but then the city started growing again. The 2011 London Plan expected it to take a further ten years for the city’s population to reach 8.4M – instead growth accelerated and it took just two years, with that level being reached in mid 2013, and currently increasing by 110,000 people every year.
How we can future-proof our profession.
A local approach to infrastructure planning could generate greater efficiencies and exploit synergies argues Richard Dawson, chair of earth systems, Newcastle University
Momentum must be built on.
I recently came across the autobiography of the former chief technology officer of Intel, Pat Gelsinger, and as I flicked through the first few pages I was surprised to see a chapter given to the topic of mentoring.
The ICE is launching a pre-election infrastructure campaign.
Driverless cars: Can we trust the technology to keep road users safe from hacking and software glitches?
Smart motorways: Small capacity increase will soon be swamped as traffic inevitably increases
Fracking: Groundwater contamination claims questioned