Keep connected In 'Keep connected' EPS Reunion 2015 ActivitiesEPS Alumni ReunionsKeep connected Back to 'The EPS Community' Keep connected to what is happening at the University and in your College through our news postings, social media channels and by attending events. Community news EPS Reunion 2015 Highlights DescriptionOn 20 June 2015 The College of Engineering & Physical Sciences welcomed back over 140 alumni and guests to the second EPS Reunion. Silica nanoparticles could be used to repair damaged teeth, research shows DescriptionResearchers at the University of Birmingham have shown how the development of coated silica nanoparticles could be used in restorative treatment of sensitive teeth and preventing the onset of tooth decay. Girls in STEM 2015 DescriptionA short news piece on the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' recent 'Girls in STEM' event for Year 9 schoolchildren. Holographic lens printing method could allow printing of telescope lenses in space DescriptionResearchers at the University of Birmingham have developed a method for printing optical holographic lenses that could greatly simplify their fabrication. As the method can be performed quickly and easily, it could potentially be used by astronauts to print lenses while in space for holographic lens telescopes. Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - August 2015 DescriptionFrom keyless theft of luxury cars to zero-emission automobiles and more... Displaying 1 to 5 of 433 Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … Next More EPS news... EPS events EPS Autumn Lecture Series: Professor Alison Davenport's Inaugural Lecture Date07/10/2015DescriptionShedding Light on Corrosion International Freshers' Social 2015 Date14/10/2015 EPS Autumn Lecture Series: Professor Moataz Attallah's Inaugural Lecture Date21/10/2015DescriptionTo design, to weld, to 3D print, and not to σyield EPS Christmas Lecture – Professor Mark Miodownik Date08/12/2015DescriptionEverything is made of something and that stuff is changing all the time. In this lecture Professor Mark Miodownik, materials scientist and engineer, broadcaster and author, reveals the changes to the material world that are coming our way, from bionic people with synthetic organs to living buildings and objects that heal themselves. Join us at this EPS Christmas Lecture and prepare to marvel at mankind's material creativity. EPS Distinguished Lecture: Professor Dave Charlton Date09/03/2016DescriptionProfessor Dave Charlton, Spokesperson of the ATLAS Collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, delivers the next EPS Distinguished Lecture Displaying 1 to 5 of 7 Previous 1 2 Next banners Tweets by @eps_unibham Browser does not support script.