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Past Events

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Total Water Management in Singapore

Webinar | 05 July 2021 19:30 to 20:30
Event type: Technical lecture

Water is an existential issue for Singapore which has prompted the Government to adopt a Total Water Management approach to manage water use throughout the Nation. In this talk, our speakers will tell the Singapore water story to date and set the scene for a series of future technical talks on different aspects of the Singapore water industry Closing Date for Bookings : Friday 2nd July

Industry sector: Cross-sector.

Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing Parts Reinforced with Carbon Fibre, Kevlar and Glass Fibre

IMecheE HQ | 05 July 2021 00:00 to 00:00
Event type: Seminar

Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing Parts Reinforced with Carbon Fibre, Kevlar and Glass Fibre

Industry sector: Manufacturing.

**Webinar** Safety in Upstream Oil and Gas

Yorkshire | 01 July 2021 00:00 to 00:00
Event type: Seminar

This webinar features two presentations exploring critical health and safety considerations for the offshore sector. Following the presentations, viewers will have the chance to submit their questions to the speakers in a live Q&A.

Industry sector: Coal / Oil / Gas.

“Why The Net Zero Carbon World Is Not Enough?”

Webinar | 29 June 2021 19:00 to 20:30
Event type: Technical lecture

We are pleased to be a supporter for the Energy Institute in their webinar about Climate Change Science. Prof. Jeff Obbard will lead us through the complex maze of Climate Science using a well known movie figure to illustrate his points and bring home to us the seriousness of the topic.

Industry sector: Cross-sector.

Reduce Heat Waste, Reduce City Air Temperature with Solar Thermal Aircon

Webinar | 22 June 2021 19:30 to 20:30
Event type: Technical lecture

Learn how solar thermal technology has evolved over the years to be a commercially viable way of reducing heat waste from air-conditioning units by reusing and recycling the waste heat produced

Industry sector: Construction & building services.
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