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Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - May 2016

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Restarting the Large Hadron Collider, 'cold-power' technologies, backed by the Government's Thermal Energy Research Accelerator and more...
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, International, Research, Students, Teaching

Memorandum of Understanding signed between British Geological Survey and University of Birmingham

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The British Geological Survey and the University of Birmingham have signed a formal Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen future collaboration and open new opportunities for research.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Alumni News: Josh Miller

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Josh Miller (BEng Materials Science and Technology, 2015) tells us how he's adjusting to PhD life at Birmingham.
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences

Complete University Guide 2017

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The Complete University Guide 2017 league table reveals that Engineering and Physical Sciences subjects at Birmingham continue to perform well with four subjects ranking in the top ten nationally in their category.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students, Teaching

Flexible coherent control of plasmonic spin-Hall effect

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By exploring the optical spin-Hall effect, we are working towards developing a flexible and tunable holographic input interface for optical chips - the likely successors of silicon–based microchips that could transform the world of new technology, leading to ultra–fast computing and innovative applications in biomedical science.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Birmingham leads on shaping energy systems of the future

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Energy storage is the capture of energy produced at one time for later use. Identified by the UK government as one of "eight great technologies" in which the UK can be a world leader and that will help drive future economic growth and innovation, energy storage will play a vital role in shaping the energy systems of the future.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Rotation of low-mass stars stops slowing down as they get older

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Dr Guy Davies has discovered in his latest paper that the rotation of low-mass stars stops slowing down as they get older.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - April 2016

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Professor Martin Freer named in The Birmingham Post's Power 250 and more...
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, International, Research, Students, Teaching

Hello from SATNAV!

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Science and Technology News and Views, SATNAV for short, are a student-led bi-annual science magazine published at the University of Birmingham! New to the EPS Community and catering to a wide range of scientific tastes from Psychology to Quantum Physics. Treasurer Cecilia Caffrey tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Professor Dave Charlton delivers the 2016 EPS Distinguished Lecture

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On Wednesday 8 March 2016 Professor Dave Charlton, Spokesperson for the ATLAS Collaboration at CERN, delivered the latest EPS Distinguished Lecture. SATNAV, the University's scientific journalism society, attended the entire evening and offer their insight into this most interesting event.
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students
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