Engineering London

London is a hub of innovative engineering. From satellite phones and electric engines, to miniature desalination plants and wearable health sensors, technology being developed in London has major influence on a global scale.

Discover the diversity of engineering projects going on in London today and how they will shape our lives in the future. See objects from the Museum’s collections that reveal the city’s remarkable engineering heritage and reflect on what London’s role will be in the years ahead.

London is a hub of innovative engineering. From satellite phones and electric engines, to miniature desalination plants and wearable health sensors, technology being developed in London has major influence on a global scale.

Discover the diversity of engineering projects going on in London today and how they will shape our lives in the future. See objects from the Museum’s collections that reveal the city’s remarkable engineering heritage and reflect on what London’s role will be in the years ahead.

Speakers:

Ben Russell, curator of engineering, Science Museum
Alison Gray, Inmarsat
Louis Atallah, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Imperial College London
Michael Lamperth, EVO Electric
Dejan Mitrovic, MyWater
Matt Johnson, Bare Conductive