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EPS in the media - March 2014

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The sounds made by the Sun, how to protect yourself when GCHQ goes for your webcam and more...
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

EPS in the media - February 2014

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A virtual reality version of a sunken submarine, the future of intelligent robotics, rail infrastructure, nuclear fusion and more...
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

EPS in the media - January 2014

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Parasite resistance to the malaria drug, gels which can be used to give dieters the illusion of feeling full, Comet Lovejoy, Britcoins and more...
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

December 2013

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Professor Felix Schmid was interviewed by the Independent for an article on HS2. Dr Shishir Nagaraja was quoted in a Washington Post feature on one of the most hacked places in the world, and more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

New Staff in Chemical Engineering, July–November 2013

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A round-up of new Chemical Engineering faculty July-November 2013.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

Mazak Trip – Student Activities

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Second year mechanical engineering students were invited to visit the Mazak European Technology Centre in November. The purpose of their visit was to enhance Mazak-student involvement through industry placements, machinery loans and Formula Student support to name a few.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Students, Teaching

Watson Building Refurbishment

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We have undergone a bit of a makeover in the School of Mathematics. Our aim was to make the Watson Building an even more inviting and user friendly environment for our students and to update things a bit.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students, Teaching

November 2013

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Dr Graham P Smith talks about our new telescope which is available to the public, Professor Kai Bongs briefs us on Quantum technology: iSensing the underworld and Michael Grove asks Engineering: skills or qualifications? And more...
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

October 2013

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Professor Paul Newman commented, via Expert Alert, on the significance of the Nobel prize win by Higgs and Englert. Dr Zoe Schnepp's research findings that jelly-making protein could help make cheap fuel cells. Professor Bill Chaplin and Dr Andrea Miglio's research into a star that spins out of alignment and more...
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

September 2013

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Dr Nick Hawes' new research into the development of robots to be used in care homes and for security purposes featured on CBS, Dr Simon Cotton talks about chemical warfare, Prof Bob Stone talks about state cash for gaming , and more
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching
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