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Plastic-Free's 2021 round-up

Plastic-Free's 2021 round-up
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This year we introduced Sustainable Swaps! Our tried and tested, honest reviews of plastic-free alternatives to introduce into your daily life. Plus more litter picks, talks and activities. Cameron tells us more.

Global Engineering Brigades' first term of 2021-22 is complete!

Global Engineering Brigades' first term of 2021-22 is complete!
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Global Engineering Brigades have begun the year by raising awareness of issues faced by rural communities in Honduras and recruited a great set of new members from across the University. Their President James fills us in

Autumn 2021 with CamCat

Autumn 2021 with CamCat
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After the success of last year's project, the CamCat team wanted to take on a bigger challenge. They've started developing designs to support sanitation in larger village communities. James and Liana tell us more.

An exciting start for the Design Society

An exciting start for the Design Society
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Since rebranding and reinventing themselves at the start of the academic year, the Design Society have run weekly workshops, competitions and socials to great success. Sophie and Liana tell us what they've been doing.

Tunnels, timetables and train simulators

Tunnels, timetables and train simulators
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A new year and a fresh start has brought some exciting opportunities for RailSoc. Chair Richard Pengelly explains what the Society has been doing as it heads into its fifth year.

An amazing in-person term with EWB!

An amazing in-person term with EWB!
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It's been a great start to the year for EWB with a return to in-person socials, workshops and outreach. Arusha fills us in on what they've been up to.

Weekly socials and a speaker event: Autumn term with oSTEM

Weekly socials and a speaker event: Autumn term with oSTEM
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It's been a great semester for oSTEM, getting back into the rhythm of in-person coffee socials and running a speaker event again for the first time in several years. oSTEM Chair Jackie tells u more.

WISE's 2021 rewind!

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With the return to normalcy, WISE have been nothing short of busy! They've held several socials, training workshops and been able to bring their award-winning outreach scheme back into schools. Alisha Dordi tells us more

New year, same CivSoc

New year, same CivSoc
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With the return of students to campus CivSoc has grown from strength to strength over the past semester, benefitting both old and new members alike. Society President Gianluca Abbate tells us what they've been busy doing

Exponential growth for the Engineers: Huge wins and spectacular moments

Exponential growth for the Engineers: Huge wins and spectacular moments
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With life returning to normal as much as possible, the year began with a hectic scramble to organise as many rugby games as possible to make up for time lost last year. Club Chairman David Hudson tells us more.

University and Industry collaborate to demonstrate at COP26 how hydrogen technology can decarbonise the railways

University and Industry collaborate to demonstrate at COP26 how hydrogen technology can decarbonise the railways
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Engineers at the University of Birmingham, with their industry partners Porterbrook, are demonstrating the potential of hydrogen to transform rail transport at the United Nations COP26 Climate Change Summit in Glasgow.

Royal Visitor and the Prime Minister tour Hydroflex at CoP26

Royal Visitor and the Prime Minister tour Hydroflex at CoP26
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His Royal Highness Prince Charles and Prime Minister Boris Johnson have visited Britain's first mainline-approved hydrogen train at the COP26 Climate Change Summit.
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