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New Staff in Chemistry, November 2014–February 2015

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A round-up of new Chemistry faculty November 2014–February 2015
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02/03/2015

MathSoc Update – March 2015

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MathSoc has gone from strength to strength this academic year and the Society is providing a wide range of events for our members. Vice-President Sarah Graves tells us more.
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02/03/2015

ChemSoc Update – March 2015

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This year has been a busy one for ChemSoc! Conaill Perry and Simon Johnson, ChemSoc Committee Chair and Vice-Chair, tell us more.
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02/03/2015

CivSoc Update – March 2015

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CivSoc are having a terrific year with a new committee eager to get involved as much as possible with both the students and the School. Becky Drew, Treasurer, & Chris Redshaw, Social and Sports Secretary tell us more.
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02/03/2015

Birmingham University Chemical Engineering Society (BUCES) Update – March 2015

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It has been another great term for BUCES with attendance at all events significantly up from any previous year. President George Morton tells us more.
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02/03/2015

James Watt Undergraduate Society (JUGS) Update - March 2015

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The James Watt Undergraduate Society (JUGS) have had a busy term with numerous sporting fixtures and joint events with other societies. Their Sport and Media Rep Alex Cossey tells us more.
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02/03/2015

Measuring 'MoodTraces': new app helps monitor depression

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Scientists from the University of Birmingham have developed an app that can measure the activity patterns of patients with depression and provide the necessary support.
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27/02/2015

Novel development of quantum sensors to 'Map the Underworld'

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EPSRC invested in a major multidisciplinary, multi-university project to prove the concept of technologies that could explore the underworld of buried pipes, cables and utilities beneath our feet in 2005. Since then a team of Birmingham civil engineers have played an important role in developing multi-sensor approaches to map underground utility systems as part of the 'Mapping the Underworld' project.
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26/02/2015

Maggie Lieu makes Mars One shortlist

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From 202,586 hopefuls, to the 100 would-be astronauts. An astrophysics student studying for a PhD in The School of Physics and Astronomy at Birmingham was named on the shortlist of candidates selected to set up the first human colony on Mars.
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26/02/2015

How Israel's military stopped Netanyahu attacking Iran

How Israel's military stopped Netanyahu attacking Iran
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Written by Professor Scott Lucas. A release of top-secret documents indicates that Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has exaggerated – and possibly lied – with his repeated claims that Iran is on the brink of a nuclear bomb.
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26/02/2015
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