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The Institution has signed an agreement of cooperation and renewed a training scheme to ensure Brunei's trainee engineers have access to world-class professional development.
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22 August 2019
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has published a report setting out the steps that must be taken in order for the UK to meet its emissions targets by 2050.
Kevin Reeves, Director for Internet of Things at Costain, takes a look at potential uses for digital twins in infrastructure.
21 August 2019
Christopher Meredith, Senior Technician at Jacobs, tells us about his winding route to becoming an award-winning civil engineering apprentice after his impressive achievements at this year’s Pearson BTEC awards.
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The complexity of the UK’s infrastructure needs to 2050 is unprecedented. The forthcoming National Infrastructure Strategy is an opportunity for the government to set out a strategic approach to UK infrastructure provision to address this complexity; not a list of projects, but a plan for optimising the many benefits that we already know good infrastructure generates for the UK.
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