I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here returns this June, for two weeks from Monday 10th-Friday 21st.
We are running two zones this June, a Health Zone and a General Engineering Zone. Read on to find out more, or head straight to the application form:
- Teachers apply by 23rd April: imanengineer.org.uk/teachers
- Engineers apply: imanengineer.org.uk/engineer-apply
Our body is a little bit like a machine: our bones form a robust structure, which is moved by muscles. Our digestive system is in charge of taking up energy from food and the blood stream delivers it to where it is needed. We even have a very sophisticated waste management system, and all of this machinery is controlled by a central computer: our brain. Biomedical engineers in this zone will be applying their design and problem solving skills to biology and medicine to improve healthcare.
The Health Zone is supported by Wellcome.
A General Engineering Zone – The Milliampere Zone
Engineers they aren’t defined by just one field. There are more than Structural Engineers or Mechanical, more than Electrical or Civil. This zone helps students see the breadth of possibilities in engineering. It will include engineers either contributing to the research supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council or working in partner companies.
The Milliampere Zone is supported by STFC.
Apply now to take part!
If you’re already on our lists, please fill out the survey linked in the email we’ve sent you. If you’re new to our events, click below…
Apply by Tuesday 23rd April. We’ll send an email out soon after you sign up asking which zones and how many classes you would like to bring online.
This June we’ll also be running
I’m a Scientist UK — click here for more information.
MRC Festival Zone — click here for more information.