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Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - November 2014

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From Bob the Robot to postgraduate engineering courses.
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11/11/2014

BUMS Update - November 2014

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11/11/2014

UBRacing Update - November 2014

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The UoB's students may well be hearing the term UBR a lot more often this year. What is UBR you ask? Well this is the University of Birmingham's Formula Student Team: UB Racing.
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11/11/2014

A Summer at Mott MacDonald

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Final year Civil Engineering student Jo Maguire spent some time working with Mott MacDonald this summer. Here she gives us a taste of what she was doing.
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11/11/2014

University of Birmingham Rocketry Society update - November 2014

University of Birmingham Rocketry Society update - November 2014
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The University of Birmingham Rocketry Society (UBRS) is the newest and most explosive EPS group yet! Dan Luckett, Maths student and Deputy Director-General, tells us more.
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11/11/2014

What can today's soldiers learn from WW1?

What can today's soldiers learn from WW1?
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Dr Jonathan Boff presents a series or articles and videos for BBCs iWonder.
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11/11/2014

Undergraduate module: Introduction to Problems of World History in the 20th Century - Professor Scott Lucas

Undergraduate module: Introduction to Problems of World History in the 20th Century - Professor Scott Lucas
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The aim of this course is to consider political, economic, social, cultural, and ideological issues --- both in the past and the present --- through an overview of developments in global history in the 20th Century.
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10/11/2014

Undergraduate module: End of Empire: Problems of International History - Professor Scott Lucas

Undergraduate module: End of Empire: Problems of International History - Professor Scott Lucas
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The aim of this course is to consider the notion of the "End of Empires" and what it means about power from 1900 to the present. That power is not only the power of empires --- past and current --- but also of those who challenge those empires and pursued their own political, social, economic, and ideological objectives. The course will intersect with ideas such as nationalism, decolonization, internationalism, and globalization.
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10/11/2014

Undergraduate module: International Security - Professor Stefan Wolff

Undergraduate module: International Security - Professor Stefan Wolff
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The aim of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and theoretical approaches central to understanding and analysing international security issues in the contemporary world.
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10/11/2014
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