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Immersion in Oxford

By | February 12th, 2018|Categories: News, People, Technology|Tags: |

I've been feeling a fresh dynamic in Oxford for some time. This is after visiting it from my base in Cambridge for over 10 years to find new technologies for Japanese clients, so perhaps I notice the changes more easily than I do in Cambridge where it is harder for me to stand back. Cambridge is [...]

Fellowship Award Dinner, London, Nov. 9th 2017

By | December 1st, 2017|Categories: Events, News, People|Tags: |

Venue: THE INSTITUTE OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, One Birdcage Walk, SWI The venue for the dinner has been witness to the pride and success of mechanical engineering since the nineteenth century. Sir Henry Bessemer became a member of the Institute in July 1861 when he gave his address as the Bessemer Steel Works, Carlisle Street, Sheffield, which [...]

Launch of the Bristol Bessemer Society

By | December 1st, 2017|Categories: Events, News, People|Tags: |

September 27, 2017, The Engine Shed, Bristol Professor Guy Orpen, Provost of the University of Bristol, welcomes guests at the Engine Shed, now transformed from a city networking hub into a high class dinner venue. BRISTOL AT THE CENTRE Bristol is a leading centre of the aerospace industry, and, with Cambridge, the leading centre for the [...]

AGM Dinner at the Royal Society

By | November 15th, 2016|Categories: Events, News, People, Technology|

Nov. 15th 2016 HONOURED GUESTS The evening started with selected members and guests giving a brief introduction to their concerns and interests: and highlighted the great depth of experience in the room. Honoured guests included: Sir Peter Williams, ex-CEO of Oxford Instruments, Chair of the National Physical Laboratory, and former treasurer of the Royal Society; and [...]

A Spectacular Dinner at the Manchester Town Hall

By | September 28th, 2016|Categories: Events, News, Technology|

We held our first northern meeting of the Society in Manchester on September 28th in the magnificent setting of the Mayor’s Parlour, designed by Alfred Waterhouse who also designed the Natural History Museum and the National Liberal Club (where I would personally love to hold a meeting of the Bessemer Society to enjoy its magnificent architectural [...]

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