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Panel Discussion – The Future of Engineering in the UK

21st January 2020 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

Engineers and businesses are invited to join the audience at this panel discussion focusing on The Future of Engineering in the UK.

Come and hear the views of the assembled panel of experts and and join the debate.



Dr. Jonathan Aylen – President of the Newcomen Society; Honorary Researcher at Manchester Business School.

Liz Mayes – Chief Executive of The Common Room of the Great North.

Penny Marshall – Regional Director, North East and Yorkshire and Humber at the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Steve Brown – CEO of Primetals UK



Chris McDonald – CEO of Materials Processing Institute



Refreshments available from 8.30am with the debate starting at 9.00am.

To register for the event, please visit the Eventbrite page by clicking here











21st January 2020
8:30 am - 10:30 am
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Materials Processing Institute
Eston Road
Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire TS6 6US
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