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Research at the University of Birmingham takes one step forward towards making fuel cells cheaper and more affordable

Research at the University of Birmingham takes one step forward towards making fuel cells cheaper and more affordable
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Research carried out at the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with Royal Military College, Canada, explores new and cheaper ways of increasing the carbon monoxide (CO) tolerance, which will play a significant role in improving the durability of fuel cells and making them more cost effective.

Cryogenic Energy Storage Expands On the World Stage

Cryogenic Energy Storage Expands On the World Stage
Description
Highview Power Storage, a UK based designer and developer of Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) systems and a major collaborator in the Birmingham Centre for Cryogenic Energy Storage (BCCES) has signed a licence agreement with Advanced Emissions Solutions of Denver, Colorado.

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - December 2014

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Alan Turing's legacy is even bigger than we realise

Highview Cryogenic Storage Pilot Plant Arrives at the University of Birmingham

Highview Cryogenic Storage Pilot Plant Arrives at the University of Birmingham
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Over 300 researchers and senior scientists in academia and industry attended the first UK Energy Storage Research Conference (UKES2014) on Tuesday 25 – Thursday 27 November 2014. The University of Birmingham concluded the conference with a tour of the Birmingham Centre for Cryogenic Energy Storage, and a preview of the installation of the Cryogenic Storage pilot plant, set to take shape on the University's campus in spring 2015.

Alan Turing's legacy is even bigger than we realise

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Alan Turing is one of the world's best-known mathematicians, and probably the best known in the past century. This is partly for his work on cracking German codes in World War II, and partly for his arrest, conviction and punishment for homosexuality in the 1950s. The mathematics that made him famous, however, rarely gets mentioned.
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EPS events

Two stage exams: Learning Together?

Date
19/01/2015
Description
On 19 January 2015, the STEM Education Centre is delighted to welcome Brett Gilley from the University of British Columbia (UBC) who will talk about the use and impact of two-stage exams.

EPS Distinguished Lecture: Prof Dr PE Seeram Ramakrishna

Date
10/03/2015
Description
EPS Distinguished Lecture: How to Live Beyond 100 Years? Science & engineering-enabled ageless living.

EPS Societies' Awards 2015

Date
09/06/2015
Description
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences hosts 15 student societies covering all disciplines and all Schools. Each does fantastic work to promote careers opportunities, industrial visits, guest speakers and of course social events. These Awards act as a reminder of the hard work and dedication undertaken by students to make the University a better, more vibrant place to study and play.

EPS Reunion 2015

Date
20/06/2015
Description
As a graduate of one of the nine schools in the College of Engineering & Physical Sciences (EPS), you are invited back to campus on 20 June 2015 for a Summer Reunion to get together with your fellow alumni to celebrate your experiences, accomplishments and friendships at the University of Birmingham. The day will be an opportunity to meet up with your classmates to explore campus and see what has changed and, indeed what has stayed the same, since your time at Birmingham.
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