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Issue : 1998

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  • Student liaison vote on CouncilSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    GRADUATES AND Students were rebuffed last week in their demands for voting rights on Council, being told that changes to bylaws are unrealistic.

  • Sainsbury takes to the roadSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    East & West of Scotland

  • DOWN TO EARTHSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    ICE President Roger Sainsbury is pictured with wife Susan (far right) and members of the East of Scotland local association on the site of the Dynamic Earth Centre in Edinburgh. The millennium project - which will showcase the history of the natural world since the 'big bang' - is due to open in May 1999. Right on the door step of the site for the new Scottish parliament, DEC is part of the Lothian and Edinburgh Enterprise project to regenerate the Holyrood area of Edinburgh. The contaminated ..

  • ICE Environmental Policy StatementSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    Water resources

  • Training takes new directionSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    RECENTLY APPOINTED or aspiring directors in the engineering sector are to be offered dedicated training by Thomas Telford Ltd for the first time.

  • Schools section plan for ICE web siteSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    USERS OF the ICE website has now topped 100,000 a month after nearly three years on the information super highway.

  • Signing up to the public arenaSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    YOUNG ENGINEERS have the chance to hone their public speaking skills in the 1999 NCE communication competition.

  • Running for railwaysSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    THE CLOSING date to enter next year's top railway engineering competition is fast approaching.

  • ToyingSubscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    A multitude of high and low-tech toys are available to budding engineers and their parents this Christmas.

  • Presents of mind Lego just got a mind of its own. Lisa Russell and Tim Kaye try out the Mindstorms Robotics Invention System.Subscription

    Archive imported10 December, 1998

    Until recently you could be secure in the knowledge that when you put your Lego models away at night, they would still be waiting for you in the morning. Nowadays you could wake up to find that they have been partying all night - playing cards, raiding the drinks cabinet or even having a quick game of basketball, while you have been asleep.

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