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New Model Institute for Technology & Engineering (NMITE) will be the host for a prestigious Leverhulme Emeritus Research Grant to observe its pioneering ‘Learning without Lectures’ technique as it is put into practice. The grant was awarded to Honorary NMITE Professor Peter Goodhew who will be leading the research over a two-year period.
New Model Institute for Technology & Engineering (NMITE) has converted its administration offices at Gardner Hall, Hereford into a makeshift factory producing vitally needed PPE items for both NHS acute hospitals & local care homes.
This month’s issue, now available in print or digital editions, contains features on Power technologies & Automotive applications, as well as editorial on coronavirus, obsolescence and, for STEM Matters, an interview with NMITE's President & CEO.
Regular readers will be only too aware of the STEM challenge facing the UK. Engineers are key to resolving many of the world’s major challenges – from addressing the climate crisis & evolving energy needs or securing infrastructure against harsh weather conditions to ensuring everyone has access to sufficient food & clean water – but we remain critically short of them.
Now we're firmly into the second half of 2019, we thought it would be interesting to look back at the most popular stories – as decided by the readers – on EPDT’s website and in its newsletter during the first half of the year...
Ahead of this Sunday 23rd June's 6th annual International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMiTE) talk about how engineering – and women engineers – can transform the future.
Students at NMiTE (New Model in Technology & Engineering – the project to create the UK's first dedicated engineering university, in Hereford) will be using state-of-the-art electronics design & test software when it opens its doors in September 2019, thanks to a generous donation from Pulsonix, worth £9.5million.
NMiTE (New Model in Technology & Engineering), first in a new wave of ‘challenger’ universities following government changes designed to shake up the sector, was inaugurated last year.