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The Original Formula Student Project (1967)

Thanks to UBRacing, Birmingham has a strong history of building racing cars and even founding the Formula Student competition. Little did we know it actually began 30 years earlier!

An Evening with Carillion

Over the past few years Carillion has become a big face of civil engineering on the University campus. It is because of this that the civil engineering students are easily able to recognise Carillion as a notable company, and they have made every effort to work with CivSoc to advertise their projects, promote their company and give students a better idea of what it is to work in the contracting industry. Beth McGoff, CivSoc's President, tells us more.

An Evening with EDF Energy

In October, the students of the School of Engineering hosted a careers event with EDF Energy. The evening saw 50 students from across all engineering disciplines hear from representatives of EDF's graduate strands and learn what it's like working for one of the UK's big-six energy companies. Philip Pagani and Muhammad Usman tell us more

A Game of Grad Jobs

A recent mathematics graduate, Jonathon Nicholls, is the author of the newly published book "A Game of Grad Jobs" where he explores the graduate application process and how to be successful in pursuing them for post-university employment. Redbrick's News Editor and third year mathematics student Beriwan Ceren finds out more.

A Weekend with WES

On the 18-19 November engineers and students gathered for the annual Women's Engineering Society (WES) Student Conference at Aston University for two days of industry insight from a female perspective. Six students were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to represent the University of Birmingham at this inspirational conference.
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Can we turn nano-science into a manufacturing industry?

14/02/2017 - 14/03/2017
The fundamentals of nano-science lie in the precise manipulation of atoms and molecules - architecture on the atomic scale.

EPS Distinguished Lecture: Osman Kent

EPS Distinguished Lecture: Success Gives You the Credibility to Talk About Your Failures. Computer Science and Electronics alumnus and serial technology entrepreneur Osman Kent talks about his improbable journey from Turkey to Birmingham to Silicon Valley, and sheds light on where he believes the future lies in building technology companies.

Mini Big Bangs in ALICE and the CERN LHC

David Evans, Professor in High Energy Physics, will explain the physics behind the LHC and, in particular, the ALICE Experiment. His talk will include some audience participation and demonstrations with liquid nitrogen and is aimed at all age groups.

EPS Societies' Awards 2017

Returning for their fourth year, the EPS Societies' Awards are the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' annual celebration of our 24 student groups.
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