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Hydrogen Energy promises to be a major player in the transport of the future

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Queuing at a filling station could become a thing of the past if new-generation hydrogen-fuelled cars take to the road. Innovative research being carried out by Professor David Book could see drivers refuelling their vehicles at home.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Pint of Science Festival 2015

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Leading academics from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Birmingham will be taking part in the Pint of Science Festival across two venues in Birmingham City Centre from Monday 18 – Wednesday 20 May 2015.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research, Students

Water for the Worlds: Cutting-edge research provides rapid water quality analysis

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Cutting-edge research carried out by Birmingham's Professor John Bridgeman could make a significant difference: he and his team have been working on a quick, novel and robust way of determining water quality, and have developed an optical water-testing device that has the potential to save millions of lives.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences

Lighting up molecular interactions with metals: New approaches to improving diagnosis and drug delivery

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Early diagnosis and effective drug delivery is often the key to successfully treating potentially life-threatening diseases. Professor Zoe Pikramenou's pioneering research is leading on the design of molecules and nanosized labels which can track and direct biomolecular processes, which could have huge impact on the diagnosis and treatment of serious illness.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - April 2015

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From the Large Hadron Collider to rail delays and more...
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, International, Research, Students, Teaching

Team UoB3 win Npower Forecasting Challenge

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Three talented Mathematic students Garinder Shankrowalia, Iain Sharpe and John Ellis from the University of Birmingham led team UoB3 to victory in the Npower Forecasting Challenge. Winners were announced on Monday 23 March 2015
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Looking for ancient planetary worlds: the search for our roots in the cradle of the Milky Way

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A team led by the University of Birmingham's Dr Tiago Campante has discovered Kepler-444, a solar system 117 light years away from Earth. The system, has five Earth-sized planets and dates back to when the Universe was less than 20 per cent of its current age. The research made headlines around the world.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Engineering and Physical Sciences students win Engineering Challenge

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A group of students from the Schools of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering, Mathematics, and Mechanical Engineering were victorious in the Engineering Challenge at the last National Engineering & Construction Recruitment Exhibition in November 2014.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

CSS Update - March 2015

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CSS has gone from strength to strength this academic year and the Society is providing a wide range of events for members. President Diana Murgulet tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Carly Thomas chosen as one of our Top 12 Alumni to watch

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The University's 300,000th student will graduate this summer and join our alumni community. To celebrate this occasion we asked staff and students for nominations for our 300,000th alumni and our Top 12 Alumni to watch. Final year Chemistry student Carly Thomas is one of those and we will be following her journey through her final months as a student and into graduate life.
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students
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