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FLL Teams show British MPs what it takes to programme a robot. read more...
It's week 4 of the 2014 FLL® World Class℠ Global Challenge season and values are core! read more...
Limbering up for Presidency Just a day to go now at the time I write this before I take over from Barry Brooks as President of the IET. My appointment formally starts on 1 October with my first Trustee meeting and then Presidential Address and runs for a year. In some respects, the process of preparation for Presidency is a long one, for most involving three... read more...
Posted by William Webb on From the President Sep 30, 2014 5:32 GMT
This is the second blog covering contextual material found in the IEE’s World War I Honour Roll, published in 1924.   At the beginning of the Honour Roll volume, before the start of the alphabetical listing of obituaries of members of the IEE who died as a result of the war, there is a 7 page account of the war titled, ‘The Origins and... read more...
It's week 3 of the 2014 FLL® World Class℠ Global Challenge season already.  Coaches be ready! read more...
Is your team having trouble getting their FLL robot to drive straight?  Read my 12 tips & tricks... read more...
The Honour Roll (ref. IET/SPE/04/03/01) was published in 1924 after five years of painstaking research gathering records from all over Europe and the British Empire. The attatched scan, extracted from the Honour Roll, explains its objectives. read more...
We're already in to week 2 of the 2014 FLL® World Class℠ Global Challenge season.  What's a coach to do? read more...
Party hats, silly games, too much beer and unspeakable things with the photocopier. Is this your idea of what the end of term party for your Trustees was like? Well if so, I suggest you'd probably better not read on ..... read more...
Posted by Alan Watts on IET - a VP's Blog Sep 2, 2014 8:56 GMT
No time to listen to Dr. Woodie Flowers' 33 minute FLL® Ask an Expert Webinar? For a quick summary and resource links, read on... read more...
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Congratulations
William, great to see you open up communications for your presidential term by writing a blog and engaging directly...
Hi David, many thanks for your comments and I am very pleased to read how digitised archives have helped with your fam...
To honour the 162 members who made the ultimate sacrifice, will you be publishing the names on the Honor Roll? A searc...
This looks like a really interesting blog. I look forward to seeing the additions.
 

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