UBeRacing are the University's brand new electric Formula Student Team who are working to produce an electric single seat racing car by July 2019. Founder Max Ruffles introduces the team.
UBRobotics are growing from strength to strength thanks to new sponsorship, more workshops and training, and a huge amount of enthusiasm. Club President Edward Chamberlain tells us more.
We strived to increase social integration between their fellow societies and students with socials, FIFA tournament, film nights, and on the sports pitch culminating in glory at the EPS Trophy competition! Their committee give us an overview of their year.
This year has been really busy for WISE and has seen us extend our outreach work, hold more conferences and run some amazing socials! Beth Soanes, Publicity and Social Media Officer, tells us more.
SATNAV Magazine have had a very eventful and exciting year with two new editions, covering the first College-wide sporting competition, and even interviewing two celebrities!
RailSoc has got off to an amazing start in our first year. From starting in the autumn as a handful of first years with an idea to now a mailing list of 70 people we're certainly doing something right! Matthew Teller tells us more.
The 2017/18 season has been a successful one for the School of Engineering RFC with the whole Club building on the hard work of last year, 45 returning players and 30 new members. Club Chairman James Twist tells us more.
We're now 2 and continuing from our success last year in giving those who identify as LGBTQ+ a safe space to meet people like themselves over our weekly coffee socials, and be inspired. Chair Amy Cunningham tells us more.
Professor Bob Stone, Director of the Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team at the University of Birmingham, recently won a LiveWire Global Award for his team's contribution to medical creativity, vision and ethical practice.
Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust (TSDFT) has teamed up with Professor Bob Stone and the Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team from University of Birmingham to install and trial their "Virtual Reality Wembury" project within Torbay Hospital's Intensive Care Unit (ICU), to improve patient rehabilitation. This is the first time the device has been used for intensive care rehabilitation in the South West.