Inspiring Women Engineers

18 Oct Inspiring Women Engineers

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng) 2009 This report highlights the need for diversity in the engineering profession in order to take full advantage of the potential talent available.  It outlines the work of the Royal Academy of Engineering in promoting diversity in both education...
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18 Oct Future Education Switzerland

Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) 2009 In the future, over two thirds of a class should gain a qualification for tertiary education. At the same time the development of interpersonal skills need to be supported. Education should not just provide the knowledge to perform...
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18 Oct Common Visions for the Universities of the Future

Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV) 2009 How will the Danish universities be prepared to meet the challenges they are facing due to globalization? How do we develop universities that strengthen Denmark as a knowledge nation? What role should universities play in society? With increasing...
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18 Oct Slovenia: an Innovative Society without Engineers?

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS) 2010 How to reach the aim of Slovenia being an innovative society, developing new value, basing on sustainable development, fostering national and intellectual property? Science and industry shell enable this with accelerated technological development. Science and technological development are the...
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18 Oct Technology Highway: Consensus for an Innovative Slovenia

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS) 2010 Slovenian Academy of Engineering has in 2008 analysed the development of high education in Slovenia and in 2009 published proposals of measures for the next period. Technological development must be of high importance and it must be a national...
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18 Oct Engineering Research in Irish Economic Development

Irish Academy of Engineering (IAE) 2010 The paper highlights the importance of Engineering Research to the future success of the Irish economy. The paper recommends that the overriding criterion for the Government’s research funding should be the impact of the research on the economy, in...
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18 Oct Engineering graduates for industry

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng) 2010 This report was commissioned in 2008 by the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills – now the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills to identify how to increase the number of employable engineering graduates with the skills industry...
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18 Oct Science in School – a new beginning Visions for the technical and scientific education in School Danish

Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (ATV) 2010 Like in most western societies the Danish students in general are more interested in social sciences and in the arts than in technology and science. However, Denmark – like the rest of Europe – needs more scientists. To...
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18 Oct Value Creation and Employment in Germany

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2011 At the latest with the onset of the financial crisis, the subject of economic growth and thus of value creation has come to the forefront of public interest. The sustained discussion about limited resources and demographic change...
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18 Oct Monitoring of Motivation Concepts for Young Professionals in Technology (MoMoTech)

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2011 Many institutions, corporations, clubs, associations and individuals in Germany are committed to the promotion of young talent in science and engineering at this point. In particular in the extracurricular area, many projects and programs have emerged over...
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