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Cambridge Alumna and Conservation Engineer makes 'Top 50 Women in Engineering' list

last modified Jun 29, 2018 02:09 PM
Nicola Grahamslaw, a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and graduate of St Catharine’s College (2008) has been named by The Telegraph as one of 2018's ‘Top 50 Women in Engineering’.
Cambridge Alumna and Conservation Engineer makes 'Top 50 Women in Engineering' list

Ship’s Conservation Engineer Nicola Grahamslaw Credit: SS Great Britain Trust

Working with the Women's Engineering Society (WES), the Telegraph's list of the UK's Top 50 Women in Engineering focused on 'transferrers and returners'; those who have either moved between industries or have taken career breaks. Among these rising stars is Cambridge alumna Nicola.

Nicola has a background in computational analysis of fluid dynamics and heat transfer, and during the Engineering Tripos at Cambridge specialised in Aerospace and Aerothermal Engineering for part IIA and Energy and the Environment for part IIB. Following a career break to travel to New Zealand, Nicola became more involved in outreach work, and has recently been appointed by the SS Great Britain Trust as the Ship's Conservation Engineer.

You can find out more and read an interview with Nicola on the Department of Engineering website.