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One of the world’s thinnest, strongest and conductive materials

By Matthew Lowe

Graphene is one of the world’s thinnest, strongest and conductive materials. At approximately 200 times stronger than steel, it stands to reason that in time we may see it as a replacement for conventional steel construction. 550 more words

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It is all about women in engineering

National Women in Engineering Day is a day dedicated to raising the profile and celebrating the achievements of women in engineering.

As a business, Cundall is seeing more and more applications from talented women (our 2014 Graduate intake was almost 50% female, which was a huge leap forward, and compares very favourably with the industry average, which is thought to be only 11% female).  224 more words

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STEM: My roadmap to inspire others

By Ozak Esu

Last month, I voluntarily participated in a Careers Evening at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls, a selective girls’ school forming part of the King Edward Foundation. 711 more words


Collaborative Future Cambodia- Enhancing the lives of Ko Ki

By Alistair Coulstock

Back from a second successful trip to Cambodia, this time to build one of the UNSW student’s designs of a Community Hub with RAWimpact. 882 more words

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How to write a strong application

By Carole O’Neil

With the deadline fast approaching for our graduate vacancies, our thoughts turn to attracting the next generation of engineering talent to lead our business into the future. 683 more words

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Do you love your job?

By Chloe Agg

I love my job, I really do. I find it deeply satisfying to use maths and physics to solve real life problems, and then to be able to see the outcome of my work in the world. 542 more words

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