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Puzzle-based Learning in STEM Subjects

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Puzzle based learning system
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students, Teaching

Student project shortlisted for UK BSc Final Year Computer Science Project 2013

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Horatio Caine graduated in July with a first class BSc Computer Science Year in Industry degree. His excellent research-focused final year project resulted in him being shortlisted as a finalist for one of the UK's Computer Science competitions.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Students, Teaching

School children build bridges with University of Birmingham engineers

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School children biulding bridges with the help of Birmingham academics.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Teaching

Student competes to become Britain's greenest driver

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Alex Conway, undergraduate student in the School of Mechanical Engineering and member of the University of Birmingham Formula student team, UBRacing, competes in Formula Student Diesel Eco Driving Challenge.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students, Teaching

Electrochemistry right at your fingertips

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Birmingham Fellow Paramaconi Rodriguez is a leading mind in the field of electrochemistry and alternative 'green' energy sources. His research is helping to produce the next generation of Lithium-air batteries and low temperature Fuel cells, which will be both cheaper and longer lasting, and will eventually be used to power your phones, TVs, and cars.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

Young Engineer Prize goes to gifted PGR

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Doctoral researcher Oluwabunmi Tade won one of only two prestigious €2,000 Young Engineer Prizes at the 42nd European Microwave Conference (EuMC) in Amsterdam—'a great example of how PhD students in EESE at Birmingham participate in high impact research'.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Students, Teaching

Designing new alloys for the next generation of jet engines

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Birmingham Fellow Alessandro Mottura explains how bricks and mortar are helping to keep planes in the air for longer while they operate at increased temperatures for greater fuel efficiency. Come take a journey with one of our leading metallurgists as he flies high in his field.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching

An introduction to pure mathematics

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Birmingham Fellow David Craven introduces us to algebra (which is a little more complex than you may recall from your school days), group theory, and representation theory. A world class mind at work here in EPS.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Teaching
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