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The 2014 IET Manchester Christmas Lecture, 'Now Hear This!' takes a look at music technology and is presented by Rob Wix, the renowned Science Communicator and Presenter. The lecture will be presented in The Great Hall of the Sackville Street Building at the University of Manchester on Thursday, 4 December starting at 6:15pm. Further details can be found in a poster which is located here and to register for the event click on this link: 

Cycling: Four wheels is good, two wheels better
Manchester Network's Transport Technical Group recently linked up with Manchester Salon in organising a debate on Cycling held on 22 September.   Clicking on the above link will take you to the filmed presentation.

The 2015 Turing Lecture in Manchester - A date for your diary

The 2015 Turing Lecture in Manchester will be held on
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 and will be delivered by
Bob Pepper, Vice-President for Global Technology Policy at Cisco.  When available, further information and registration links will be given on  This will be the seventeenth annual lecture in the series. Attendance is free. IET members, colleagues, students and the general public are all welcome.

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Transport for Greater Manchester have now started construction on the Metrolink Second City Crossing which will transform light rail traffic through the city centre. Trams could be running between Victoria and a new stop in Exchange Square as early as winter 2015-16, ahead of the crossing project being completed by 2017. For more details on this... read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Manchester Network Nov 14, 2014 12:13 GMT

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I like the new layout Lisa! The events take centre stage with the Information section at the bottom. The Preview of the Discussion Forum and the Network Twitter feed work really well. Great work!
  • Posted Thu 18 Sep 2014 08:30 GMT

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