Pam Liversidge

Head-Chartered Mechanical Engineer at Royal Academy of Engineering

Pam Liversidge

Pam Liversidge

Head-Chartered Mechanical Engineer at Royal Academy of Engineering

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Ms. Pam Liversidge is Head-Chartered Mechanical Engineer at Royal Academy of Engineering. She is on the Board of Directors at Source BioScience Plc. Ms. Liversidge was previously employed as President by Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

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Institution of Mechanical Engineers

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President at Royal Academy of Engineering

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Chief Financial Officer at Darkvision Technologies, Inc.

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Chairman at The ERA Foundation Ltd.

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Former Head of Engineering Department at University of Cambridge

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Director of Engineering & Education at Royal Academy of Engineering

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Secretary & Senior Vice President at Royal Academy of Engineering

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Former Chief Operating Officer & Executive Director at Source Bioscience Ltd.

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Former Executive Director & Finance Director at Source Bioscience Ltd.

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International Advisor at Endeavour Capital Ltd.

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Executive Chairman at Source Bioscience Ltd.

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Pam Liversidge
Head-Chartered Mechanical Engineer at Royal Academy of Engineering
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Head-Chartered Mechanical Engineer
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As the UK’s national academy for engineering, we bring together the most successful and talented engineers from across the engineering sectors for a shared purpose: to advance and promote excellence in engineering. We provide analysis and policy support to promote the UK’s role as a great place from which to do business. We take a lead on engineering education and we invest in the UK’s world class research base to underpin innovation. We work to improve public awareness and understanding of engineering. We are a national academy with a global outlook and use our international partnerships to ensure that the UK benefits from international networks, expertise and investment. The Academy’s work programmes for 2011 to 2015 are driven by four strategic challenges, each of which provides a key contribution to a strong and vibrant engineering sector and to the health and wealth of society. Drive faster and more balanced economic growth The strategic challenge is to improve the capacity of UK entrepreneurs and enterprises to create innovative products and services, increase wealth and employment and rebalance the economy in favour of productive industry. Foster better education and skills The strategic challenge is to create a system of engineering education and training that satisfies the aspirations of young people while delivering the high calibre engineers and technicians that businesses need. Lead the profession The strategic challenge is to harness the collective expertise, energy and capacity of the engineering profession to enhance the UK’s economic and social development. Promote engineering at the heart of society The strategic challenge is to improve public understanding of engineering, increase awareness of how engineering impacts on lives and increase public recognition for our most talented engineers.

President
Prior

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is the fastest growing professional engineering institution in the UK. Our 100,000 members work at the heart of the country’s most important and dynamic industries. With a 160-year heritage supporting us, today’s Institution is a forward-looking, campaigning organisation. By working with leading companies, universities and think tanks, we create and share knowledge to provide government, businesses and the public with fresh thinking and authoritative guidance on all aspects of mechanical engineering. We truly believe we can improve the world through engineering. So the Institution finds and nurtures new talent, helping engineers build their careers and take on the challenges that, when solved, will make a difference to all of us. In the UK, engineering has achieved great successes, but in a quiet way. We’re looking to shout about the achievements of our members and the industry, taking a positive, inspiring message into schools and out into the media. By being independent of both government and business, and avoiding strategic relationships with single-issue bodies or pressure groups, we can deliver genuinely impartial advice in a passionately committed manner. As an Institution, we focus on five principal themes which affect and are affected by our engineers: Energy We promote sustainable energy use and engineering sustainable supply. We need to share knowledge, change the way we behave and drive advances in technology to reduce the strain on the world’s resources. We champion the development of more sustainable sources of energy which will also help reduce emissions. Environment We promote economic growth while adapting to the demands of climate change, global population growth and the depletion of natural resources. We need to minimise waste, pollution and our impact on the world around us. We must also adapt the way we do things to cope with the climate changes that are already underway. Transport We promote safe, efficient transport systems to ensure less congestion and emissions. To advance, travel must be made cleaner, safer and easier. That means creating a better understanding of global transport supply and demand, while keeping a sharp focus on the implications on carbon emissions. Manufacturing Supporting product innovation, developing a nation’s economic growth and increasing global trade. Through campaigns to government such as Engineered in Britain, we show that a growing and thriving manufacturing sector will provide future economic growth, wealth and prosperity. Education We inspire, prepare and support tomorrow’s engineers so we can respond to society’s challenges. Engineers will come up with the solutions that will make a brighter future for everyone. That’s why it’s so important that the industry not only prospers, but grows. We’re committed to inspiring the next generation of engineers who can rise to the challenge. It’s no secret that there’s a real shortage of engineers. We go to great lengths to promote the profession at grass roots level, engaging with the next generation of mechanical engineers to build a brighter future for us all. Initiatives we own or are involved in to achieve this include: Formula Student Bloodhound Primary Engineer Smallpeice Trust Science Technology Engineering and Maths Ambassadors (STEM) Engineering Your Future events Every year, we give Scholarships and Awards worth in excess of £400,000 to help nurture the UK’s engineering talent. The Institution’s Prizes and Awards Fund offers amounts ranging from £250 to £10,000. We celebrate the successes of the most inspirational students through the Vision Awards which take place in September. Events and Training The Institution is committed to providing the best possible service for its members, ensuring that they have the skills, knowledge, support and development advice they need at every stage of their career. Throughout the year, we organise a comprehensive series of events (technical conferences, seminars, workshops and social functions) which are designed by engineers for engineers. Our dedicated Learning and Development enables our members to navigate successfully through their initial professional registration, and then helps engineers to retain their competencies and keep their skills up to date through structured learning throughout their working lives. Recognising Manufacturing Excellence Mechanical engineering is at the heart of the UK manufacturing industry – the sixth largest in the world. With its Manufacturing Excellence business improvement programme, the Institution recognises and rewards manufacturing success in a wide range of categories, raising the profile, and ultimately the standards of British industry. Every entrant receives a customised benchmark report rating their performance against best practice and highlighting areas for improvement. Manufacturing Excellence showcases some of our finest talent, putting engineering to work in one of the world’s most competitive industries. Our members and supporters make us who we are. Together we can improve the world through engineering.

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Senior Independent Non-Executive Director
2014 - Prior

Source Bioscience Ltd. provides diagnostic and screening services. It is specialized in clinical diagnostics, genomics, controlled environment storage, proteomics, drug discovery, and analytical testing services. The company was founded in 19th March, 1905 and is headquartered in Nottingham, the United Kingdom.

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