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Welcome to the Candela Zone

In June 2021, school students can connect with working engineers.

Each engineer is doing something different in the world of engineering!

Students: Read the engineers’ profiles, Ask questions, Chat, and Vote for your favourite to win Β£500! Don’t have a username? Ask your teacher!
Join the engineers for an evening Chat 7pm to 8pm on Thursdays (10, 17, 24 June and 1 July).
Ask your family members to come along!

Teachers: Find out more and sign up ❯

The Candela Zone is part of I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here.

A picture of a candle A candela is a unit of measurement. It tells you how bright something is.

The word means candle in Latin.

A common candle gives out about 1 candela.

The Sun is about 4,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 candela.