The London Engineering Project co-ordinates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) activities in schools and colleges in South and East London, engaging with pupils of all ages. The project illustrates and demonstrates the advantages of a career in engineering, and the advantages of studying in higher education institutes.

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Engineering Islam The Royal Academy of Engineering
12 July 2010
Engineering Islam is an annual event hosted by the London Engineering Project (LEP). The event celebrates Islamic culture and aims to show young people the important contribution that Muslims made to society particularly in the field of science and engineering. The event was inspired by 1001 Inventions: Muslim Herita...
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Chemical engineers are amongst the highest paid... the engineering field! Newly qualified UK graduate chemical engineers can expect to earn about £24,988 rising to £31,564 by the time they're 29. Source: Institution of Chemical Engineers, July 2008

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Ed Hopkins, Tube Lines

Ed is a STEM Ambassador for the LEP, in June he won an award for 'Young Engineer of the Year' at the Academy Awards 2009 for his work with the LEP. He says, "I thoroughly believe that projects such as STEMNET...

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