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The Royal Academy of Engineering has elected 73 leading figures from the field of engineering and technology into its fellowship.
Comprising 60 Fellows, eight International Fellows and five Honorary Fellows, the group of new fellows consists of individuals who have made exceptional contributions to their own sector. This includes pioneering new innovations, leading progress in business or academia, providing high level advice to government, and/or promoting wider understanding of engineering and technology.
This year’s new cohort of Fellows continue to reflect the Royal Academy’s ongoing Fellowship Fit for the Future initiative, which was announced in July 2020. The aim of the initiative is to encourage more nominations of outstanding engineers from underrepresented groups, including women, ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ engineers and those from non-traditional education pathways, ahead of the Royal Academy’s 50th anniversary in 2026.
Among the 73 newly elected fellows are five with links to the city of Cambridge, namely:
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