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Carl Hingley receives Papin Prize at inaugural Higher Education Technicians' Summit

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Carl Hingley, Senior Automotive Technician at The University of Birmingham's School of Mechanical Engineering recieves Papin Prize in recognition of his contributions as a technician at the inaugural 2015 Higher Education Technicians' Summit on Tuesday 30 June.

EPS Societies' Awards 2015

EPS Societies' Awards 2015
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On Tuesday 9 June 2015 the College celebrated the achievements of our 17 student societies with the second annual EPS Societies' Awards. A great night was had by all and over £1,000 was raised for research into childhood brain cancer conducted in the University's School of Cancer Sciences.

EPS Reunion 2015 Highlights

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On 20 June 2015 The College of Engineering & Physical Sciences welcomed back over 140 alumni and guests to the second EPS Reunion.

Birmingham win Institution of Civil Engineers Project Award

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School of Civil Engineering receive a Project Award from the institution of Civil Engineers in the Education category for a collaborative project with Interserve, titled 'Bridging the gap', an interactive activity to develop knowledge and understanding of simple civil engineering concepts.

Over 100 young students visit the University for Engineering and Science discovery day

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Over 100 GCSE students visit Univeristy of Birmingham Engineering and Science discovery day for interactive workshops and activities around STEM subjects.
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Birmingham Energy Institute welcomes Professor Loughhead

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14/07/2015
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The Birmingham Energy Institute are delighted to launch its brand new distinguished lecture series, focused on energy related policy and research. Delivering the lecture of this new series Professor John Loughhead, will share his thoughts on planning ahead to meet the growing demand for energy.
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