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Eastern Prestige Lecture: SKYLON - the future of space transportation

What is the future of space transportation and is SKYLON the solution? Watch Dr Robert Bond of Reaction Engines discuss this issue and view interviews with delegates and volunteers. 

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The IET Cambridge network often arranges events and visits to be undertaken during the normal working week.  The visits may be to a factory or industrial site or for example to a special event that has an engineering focus.  Often, the venues visited do not permit access to the general public.  Visits may be arranged at short notice. If ... read more...
Posted by David Blake on IET Cambridge Network Jul 7, 2015 8:56 AM BST
The IET Cambridge Network is now working with the I Mech E and The RAeS to expand the range of activities and events organised in the Cambridge area and enable members to attend the events organised by the other Institutes. The I Mech E have an interesting talk on 10 June, 1830 hrs, at the Institute for Manufacturing, West Cambridge Site. High Speed Two: ... read more...
Posted by David Blake on IET Cambridge Network May 31, 2015 11:58 AM BST

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The IET has linked with the I Mech E, RAeS and the Inst Physics for the 2015/16 lecture season to expand the range of events available to members. Looking for a new job and unsure what to do?. In collaboration with the I Mech E there will be a beer and careers networking event at the Espresso Library, 210 East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1BG on 17 Sept between 1900 and 2100 hrs. Beer sponsored; food and coffee available for purchase. Network with your peers and meet contacts from Cambridge employers.
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Welcome to the IET Cambridge Local Network. Thic community is open to anyone who wants to get involved, especially those in the Cambridge area.

We regularly organise a series of technical and engineering based public lectures which are held at the either the main Engineering Department or the Computer Labs. The programme card for the latest season of talks can be downloaded from the 'Files' section.
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We are on the lookout for new committee members. If you want to find out more please contact Tim Wilkinson

Come along, there are always tea and sandwiches!
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