Archive of: 2021

IOM3 - McLaren Racing accelerates F1 with optimal materials use 

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30 July 2021

Material lifecycle management is moving to the centre of McLaren Racing’s workflow.

Orbital Marine Power’s O2 has commenced grid connected power generation. 

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29 July 2021

Orbital Marine Power’s O2, the world’s most powerful tidal turbine, has commenced grid connected power generation at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney. The innovative, floating turbine is anchored in the Fall of Warness where a subsea cable connects the 2MW offshore unit to the local onshore electricity network.

IOM3 - World’s first full-scale zero carbon emissions steel plant set for Spain 

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28 July 2021

Facility could produce 1.6 million tonnes of zero carbon steel by 2025.

IOM3 - OEP publishes advice to Government on draft environmental principles policy statement 

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26 July 2021

The Interim Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) has provided advice on the Government’s draft environmental principles policy statement, produced by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

RAEng - British pioneer of rapid, lab-free COVID-19 testing, DnaNudge, announced as winner of the 2021 MacRobert Award 

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24 July 2021

DnaNudge has been named as the winner of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2021 MacRobert Award. The London start-up has been honoured for the development of its pioneering consumer genetics technology, pivoting and adapting the technology to deliver a rapid, lab-free RT-PCR COVID-19 test to NHS hospitals.

Opinion - Energy storage – a Better solution? 

Posted in News, Opinions & Environment and Sustainability

20 July 2021

Dick Philbrick, Vice President IES explores energy questions

ICE - Climate change is overlooked in infrastructure projects, civil engineers warn 

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19 July 2021

New ICE report explores the importance of good design principles within the project lifecycle.

More than 60% of civil engineers feel climate change is not prioritised sufficiently in infrastructure design and delivery, according to new ICE research.

A survey of 900 UK-based ICE members found that more than half (66%) of infrastructure professionals felt greenhouse gas emissions were given less or far less importance than they would like. Some 59% said the same for climate change adaptation. A lack of joined-up thinking (47%) was seen as the primary blocker for both issues, while absence from the project brief (44%) was second.

The survey, carried out in collaboration with the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) Design Group and based around its Design Principles for National Infrastructure, informs the What Makes Good Design? report published today.

The report presents findings around civil engineers’ awareness and understanding of good design, making a series of recommendations for industry stakeholders and policy decision-makers.

Read more here

RSE - Curious 2021 - 9th - 27th August 

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18 July 2021

Curious times call for curious minds.

IOM3 - New report highlights potential of mine energy towards UK net-zero targets 

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16 July 2021

Study also says mine energy schemes can support government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda.

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