UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering


Our partners

Tomorrow's Home 2050 was a collaboration between researchers, artists, designers, engineers, museum leaders and the public.

The Liminal Space

The Liminal Space is a unique, purpose-led studio with a mission to use art and design to transform what people think, feel and do. We work with academics, scientists and experts across the globe to create experiences that tackle tough issues and help people to engage with what lies ahead for our climate, health, communities and culture.

UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering

Based at University College London, the UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering brings together leading researchers, clinicians and the public to solve the most pressing healthcare challenges. They are developing cutting-edge health technology with the potential to transform lives across the globe.

Tomorrow's Home 2050 built on our strong record of research and engagement in the healthy ageing space at UCL including Age Innovation Hub, the launch of the CelebrAGE network and IHE’s Healthy Ageing Symposium

Museum of the Home

Museum of the Home is a place where everyone can explore what home means. Here you can challenge your own assumptions and consider some of the issues facing our society. It's somewhere we can all think about how we live in the world and look at the world.

Royal Academy of Engineering 

Ingenious is a grant award scheme, run by the Royal Academy of Engineering, for projects that engage the public with engineers and engineering. The scheme is supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

The Ingenious programme aims to:

  • inspire creative public engagement with engineering projects
  • motivate engineers to share their stories, passion and expertise with wider audiences and develop their communication and engagement skills
  • raise awareness of the diversity, nature and impact of engineering among people of all ages and backgrounds
  • provide opportunities for engineers to engage with members of the public from groups currently underrepresented in engineering.

Ingenious has funded over 200 projects to date, providing opportunities for close to 6,000 engineers to take part in public engagement activities, to gain skills in communication and to help bring engineering to the very centre of society. Ingenious projects have reached over 2.5 million members of the public.