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EESE Soc has had another busy term!

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EESE Soc has had another busy term! Out-going Chair Helen Watson tells us more.
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12/04/2016

Hello from Eagles Hockey

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Engineering Eagles have been on fire this term! Captain John Redwood tells us more.
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12/04/2016

Hello from Engineering Rugby RFC

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Engineering Rugby RFC has had a brilliant season. Treasurer James Twist tells us more.
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12/04/2016

AstroSoc Update - April 2016

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It's been a successful for AstroSoc with some huge events and involvement in the gravitation waves announcement. Newly elected Chair Alice Perry tells us more.
Date:
12/04/2016

Matthew Fox

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Graduate Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc (BEng Mechanical Engineering 2015)
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12/04/2016

Alumni News: Emelia Galkowska

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Emelia Galkowska (MSci Physics 2015 ) tells us how she's enjoying life as a graduate working for BAE Sytems.
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12/04/2016

Alumni News: Matthew Fox

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Matthew Fox (MEng Mechanical Engineering 2015) tells us what he's been up to since graduating in July 2015 and how he secured a place on the Rolls-Royce graduate programme.
Date:
12/04/2016

First sub-orbital rocket launch achieved

First sub-orbital rocket launch achieved
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The newly formed Space Environment and Radio Engineering (SERENE) group at the University of Birmingham has achieved its first sub-orbital rocket flight. An experimental inflatable antenna was launched as part of this year's REXUS (Rocket EXperiments for University Students) programme in a joint project with the University of Strathclyde.
Date:
11/04/2016

Hello from Games Development Society

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As of March 2016 the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences has introduced a new student society to the EPS Community: Games Development Society. Current Chair Vu Hoang tells us more.
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11/04/2016

Hot super-Earths stripped by host stars: 'cooked' planets shrink due to radiation

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Astrophysicists at the University of Birmingham have used data from the NASA Kepler space telescope to discover a class of extrasolar planets whose atmospheres have been stripped away by their host stars, according to research published in the journal Nature Communications today (11 April 2016).
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11/04/2016
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