A second radar has been installed on campus, representing another step in the journey to hosting the very first quantum-enabled networked radar installation.
The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) is this week marking its 50th anniversary as Europe's largest academic research group driving UK and global rail research, education and innovation.
The Electrical Engineering Society as spent the term providing a wide variety of events for their members. From Industrial Talks to socials, a new social media boost and the Winter Ball - there's plenty to talk about!
As you may know, UBRobotics relaunched this year with a brand new committee. They are proud of what they have achieved so far and they workshops have been a great success! Their President Alexandru tells us more.
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.
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
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.
Rail Business Daily (RBD), UK rail's biggest business support and profile enhancement organisation, has acquired Rail Alliance from the University of Birmingham.
The National College for Advanced Transport & Infrastructure (NCATI) is hosting launch events at its campuses in Birmingham and Doncaster to mark its new collaboration with the University.
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.