Speaking of Engineering
The Speaking of Engineering lecture series is hosted by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University and the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador.
For information on the next lecture, please contact Jackey Locke at (709) 864-8287 or by e-mailing jackey.locke at mun.ca
To see a list of our past guest speakers, go to the following links:
Have you ever wondered....
- What the challenges are for oil and gas development in Arctic environments?
- About rapid prototyping and how it impacts your everyday life?
- About why students choose engineering and how it relates to community engagement?
- About Canada's energy opportunities?
- About what's going on under the ice?
- Sustainable development overseas?
- About Newfoundland and Labrador's wind energy potential?
- About the impacts of home heating oil leaks?
- Where our icebergs come from? Postcards from Greenland: A photo journal.
- What’s happening with the Lower Churchill development?
- How engineering can help make fish harvesting safer?
- How engineering can help predict floods and droughts?
- What nature and engineering have in common?
- What Husky Energy has in store for the East Coast?
- What Memorial University has discovered about icebergs and offshore rigs over the last 20 years?
- How engineering can help charity?
- About Canada's role in greenhouse gas mitigation?
- How St. John's became the gateway to the Arctic?
- How ice reacts when it is hit by a 35,000 tonne steel ship?