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Calestous Juma, professor of the practice of international development & director of the Science, Technology & Globalization Project has been elected as an honorary fellow of the prestigious Royal Society of Engineering in London for his work on the role engineering in development.
The “Fellows are the cream of the UK's engineering talent and many of them are actively involved in meeting some of the world's greatest challenges: energy provision, climate change and sustainable use of materials. We salute their achievements and invite their help in moving engineering to the centre of society," adds Lord Browne of Madingley.
Founded in 1976, The Royal Academy of Engineering promotes the engineering and technological welfare of the United Kingdom.