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26 02, 2018

The girl who reached for the stars

By Oana Baetica | Feb 26, 2018 | category: Engineering stories | No Comments

To coincide wirh 100 years of (some) women getting the vote in the UK, we've been celebrating the #Vote100 milestone by publishing a series of blog posts that feature truly remarkable lives and[...]

19 02, 2018

A bed of nails

Our resident engineer-turned-technical copywriter - Keith Wilson - shares some of his stories of working as an apprentice in the 1960s. Keith worked for a large controlgear manufacturing company[...]

15 02, 2018

Much more than a pretty face!

Today’s post is the first in a series of four about women who have made history in STEM; and we’re starting with a name that may surprise you: Hedy Lamarr. If you read her Wikipedia page you’ll[...]

06 02, 2018

100 years of women - STEM trailblazers

By Amanda Kinbrum | Feb 06, 2018 | category: Engineering stories | No Comments

Today marks the 100th anniversary that (some) women gained the right to vote in the UK. After years of struggle, The Representation of the People Act 1918 allowed 8.4 million women to vote, but[...]

17 01, 2018

There's no big rush

Our resident engineer-turned-technical copywriter - Keith Wilson - shares some of his stories of working as an apprentice in the 1960s. Keith worked for a large controlgear manufacturing company and[...]

12 10, 2017

Completely screwed

Our resident engineer-turned-technical copywriter - Keith Wilson - shares some of his stories of working as an apprentice in the 1960s. Keith worked for a large controlgear manufacturing company[...]

13 09, 2017

I'm stuck on (you)!

Our resident engineer-turned-technical copywriter - Keith Wilson - shares some of his stories of working as an apprentice in the 1960s. Keith worked for a large controlgear manufacturing company[...]

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