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The London Network consists of IET local members, ranging from students to the most distinguished and highly qualified members of the profession. They come from all branches of engineering. We operate a comprehensive lecture programme to allow you to meet other members and to help you to enhance your career. There are many lectures each month covering different specialities, topics and locations around London.

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Visit the Brunel Museum for a free talk on 7th May at 6:30pm, hosted by the IET East London branch of the London Network. The curator of the the Brunel Museum will give a talk in the Engine House. This building was used during the excavation of the oldest Tunnel in the Oldest Underground in the World. Now it houses a permanent exhibition that tells the ... read more...
Posted by Richard Revis on IET London Network Mar 20, 2015 1:58 GMT

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Free technical events for Engineers next week in Cambridge (24th - Moller Centre) and Oxford (26th Williams F1 HQ) - AM technical presentations, PM technical workshops, with all day networking and technical desktop exhibition area, day includes parking, wifi, lunch, all day refreshments and much more, for full event information and registration see website - www.motiv8forums.com
  • Posted Fri 20 Mar 2015 11:36 GMT

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