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Hydrogen could replace natural gas to slash carbon emissions, new report claims

Leading UK engineers have assessed the possibility of using hydrogen in place of natural gas in the UK’s gas grid and concluded that there is no reason why this cannot be achieved safely.  This would contribute significantly to the UK’s 2050 carbon emission reduction target and help address the climate …

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Engineers in top five of most trusted professions

Engineering is the fourth most trusted profession in the UK, a new truth league table has revealed. The Institution of Engineering and Technology worked with the 2018 Ipsos MORI Veracity Index, which has been tracking the latest movements in Briton’s trust in the key professions since the 1980s, to have …

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Professor Adrian Hilton awarded prestigious IET Achievement Medal

The Institute of the Engineering and Technology (IET) has awarded Professor Adrian Hilton from the University of Surrey one of its highest honours, the IET Achievement Medal – one of five awarded in the UK in 2018. Professor Hilton, Director of the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) at Surrey since 2012, was …

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