United Kingdom Naval Engineering, Science & Technology
Promoting engineering, science & technology on behalf of the naval sector.
United Kingdom Naval Engineering Science & Technology (UKNEST) is a not-for-profit member organisation that works to support the naval enterprise in the UK. Uniquely, it provides an environment for all stakeholder organisations, private and public, to explore the challenges and opportunities faced by the sector, whilst encouraging early careers engagement and providing advocacy and advice to policy makers.
National Apprenticeship Week
UK Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce (UKSST) marks the start of the National Apprenticeship Week
UK Shipbuilding Skills Taskforce
UKSST meets at Princess Yachts in Plymouth and starts Prioritisation Phase.
Bronington Trust achieves charitable status
HMS Bronington, once captained by King Charles, moves a step closer to preservation...
INEC / iSCSS 2022
INEC / iSCSS 2022 has been brought to a successful conclusion...
UKNEST Board Meets at Mott MacDonald
An excellent day at Mott MacDonald in Birmingham...
FutureNEST at the Defence Suppliers Forum (DSF) Future Skills Event
Recently FutureNEST was invited to participate in the Defence Suppliers Forum (DSF) Future Engineer Skills Workshop...
“Rivershark” awarded the UKNEST prize for Agility
"Rivershark" awarded the UKNEST prize for Agility at the European International Submarine Races 2022.
UKNEST Meet with 2SL
An exceptional afternoon at Admiralty House; meeting with the Second Sea Lord, VAdm Martin Connell CBE, to discuss how UKNEST can help the Royal Navy.
Supporting HMS Bronington Restoration
Supporting HMS Bronington Restoration - Dive Survey kick starts the process to re-float the ship!
Scholarship Program Launch
UKNEST has launched its Scholarship programme for the academic year 2022/23, which is now open to applications from students studying STEM subjects at UK universities and colleges.
FutureNEST “Visioneering” IMarEST Presentation
UKNEST's early career professionals, "FutureNEST", will be hosted by the IMarEST Naval Engineering Special Interest Group on Tue 10 May 22 to share their "visioneering" future navy concepts.
People & Skills
The People & Skills Working Group enables UKNEST to be recognised as a key strategic player in the talent management and resilience of Engineering, Science and Technology (EST) human capability across the Naval Enterprise.
Science & Technology
The Science & Technology Working Group works across the Naval Enterprise to provide thought leadership and a forum for new ideas, collaborative opportunities and technology transfer.