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Aside from the usual Professional Registration meetings, the next meeting of IET Scotland South East Network is on Thursday 13th November 2014 and will be held in the Apex City Hotel, Grassmarket, Edinbugh.  The event which was to be "Microfluidics" is currently TBA whilst a replacement speaker is found. 

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Building on the success of the Regional Event held in Edinburgh in January, there are three events being held on 29 th November at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh, on 2 nd December at the Glasgow Science Centre and on 10 th December at Aberdeen’s Satrosphere.   Ten teams of young people will be competing at each of these events to see which team goes... read more...
Posted by David Ferguson on IET Scotland South East Network Oct 3, 2014 10:32 GMT
The IET Scotland South East Committee for 2014-15 elected in May 2014 comprises the following office bearers.  Please address questions to the secretary Robert D'Arcy .  To contact others on the committee, if there is a link, click to be taken to their MyCommunity page, then "Select add as... read more...
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The prestigious Turin lecture is coming to town…… Dr. Meyerson, an IBM Fellow, now serving as IBM’s Vice President for Innovation
gives the 16th lecture in this prestigious series on ‘Information technology in a "post-silicon world"; Innovations, applications, and anticipations’

Turin Lecture

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