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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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It was a sweltering day (Thursday 3 rd July) and the lure of a cold drink in Mile End park could not deter people from coming to hear  East London Networks (ELN) second talk. James Robinson of gave an informative personal talk on mobile sensor networks. A large range of people came to listen to his talk including students, academics,... read more...
Posted by Kok Ho Huen on IET London Network Jul 7, 2014 7:44 GMT

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Engineers Without Borders UK has the pleasure of inviting you to join the MASSIVE SMALL CHANGE Conference 2014.
The event will focus on the ‘global engineer’ ethos and research and innovation in technologies for sustainable international development.
One-day celebration of new ideas, perspectives and approaches in the engineering and international development sector. It brings together leaders and innovators in engineering and development with inspiring talks and debates exploring the change engineering is bringing to the world!

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