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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.