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James Watt Undergraduate Society (JUGS) Update - July 2015

Description
The James Watt Undergraduate Society (JUGS) have a busy year ahead - the committee tell us more.
Date:
03/08/2015

ITSEE moving offices in mid-August 2015

ITSEE moving offices in mid-August 2015
Description
The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing (ITSEE) will be moving offices within the University of Birmingham later this month.
Date:
03/08/2015

Poynting Physical Society Update – July 2015

Description
It's been a busy year for Poynting Physical Society - the committee tell us more.
Date:
03/08/2015

Publication of 'Birmingham Brief'

Publication of 'Birmingham Brief'
Description
Professor David Parker has written the latest edition of the Birmingham Brief, reflecting on the hidden treasures in the University's Mingana collection
Date:
03/08/2015

CivSoc Update – July 2015

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2015/16 is set to be an exciting year for CivSoc. New Secretary Beth McGoff tells us more.
Date:
03/08/2015

Congratulations to Hugh Houghton

Congratulations to Hugh Houghton
Description
Dr Hugh Houghton has been promoted to Reader and elected to membership of SNTS
Date:
03/08/2015

MathSoc Update - July 2015

MathSoc Update - July 2015
Description
It's been a really busy few months for MathSoc. 2015/16 President, Sarah Graves, tells us more.
Date:
03/08/2015

UBRacing gain their best result at Formula Student

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UBRacing recently celebrated their best ever performance at Formula Student. The team tell us more.
Date:
31/07/2015

ITSEE at the XVII International Conference on Patristic Studies 2015 in Oxford

ITSEE at the XVII International Conference on Patristic Studies 2015 in Oxford
Description
Several members of ITSEE will be presenting at the XVII International Conference on Patristic Studies 2015 in Oxford.
Date:
31/07/2015

Expect all cars to soon be electric says Chief Scientific Advisor

Expect all cars to soon be electric says Chief Scientific Advisor
Description
Professor John Loughhead, Chief Scientific Advisor, Department of Energy and Climate Change laid out the department's priorities for future sustainable energy systems at the University of Birmingham last week. He informed students and guests at the first in the new Birmingham Energy Institute prestigious lecture series that in order to meet ambitious carbon reduction targets investing in new technologies, including electric cars, is the way forward.
Date:
29/07/2015
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