A consortium of experts in timber construction and engineering is exploring ways to boost the use of English hardwood forest products across the built environment, in a move which could significantly improve the carbon footprint of the UK’s buildings and support diverse woodland ecosystems.
NMITE are pleased to be working with pioneering partners in launching a one-of-a-kind design competition inviting students and recent graduates across the UK to design an exemplary net zero community centre using timber, here in Hereford.
Monday August 2nd, 2021, proved to be a big day in the chronicle of the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE) with its second campus – Skylon hosting its very first open house event and private sod-turning ceremony.
Following on from their successful Military Showcase in 2019, the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE) were delighted to once again, open their doors to Armed Forces and associated personnel at their Military to Business event 2021 (sponsored by corporate partner Kinetic 6) held at Hereford Racecourse, 29th July 2021.
Elena Rodriguez-Falcon is an openly LGBTQ engineer and Professor at NMITE, one of the most ambitious Higher Education projects in the UK, and was Woman of the Year at our 2020 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards. Here she presents a masterclass in problem solving — and discusses facing up to the biggest challenge presenting women today.
In its quest for innovation in higher education and ambition to produce work ready engineering graduates, NMITE begins life with a comprehensive list of supporting partners and today confirms that it has secured match funding worth just under £25m.
During her keynote speech at the recent Advance HE STEM Conference 2021, CEO of the New Model Institute of Technology and Engineering (NMITE), Elena Rodriguez-Falcon, reflected on her journey to develop a more ‘authentic learning’ approach to engineering education, as we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
The New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering's (NMITE) Skylon Campus is set for major new developments after securing £1.6m of funding for its new manufacturing centre. The scheme is set to create 100 construction jobs.