Britain's first mainline-approved hydrogen-train has been operating in Glasgow to demonstrate its role in driving the green industrial revolution at the COP26 Climate Change Summit.
A ground-breaking new project spearheaded by QT Hub researchers at the University of Birmingham and the National Physical Laboratory will see a fibre optic cable installed underneath the University's campus
We are delighted to announce a new bursary to support students in the School of Engineering who are experiencing financial difficulty thanks to the generosity of Emeritus Professor Barry P Hughes.
UBRobotics have relaunched with some fantastic new plans for 2021-22. The committee tell us more and with workshops for beginners, speaker events, trips and competitions, UBRobotics really have something for everyone!
We are delighted to announce that the University's Development and Alumni Relations Office has named Henda Grion as Volunteer of the Month for August 2021 in recognition of all she does for the School of Engineering.
The Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering Society are ready to welcome you back with a bang! With a whole host of social, technical and professional events, the new EESE committee have something for everyone.
Our Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering undergraduate programmes rank highly in the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS).
New European Union regulations on batteries could offer a huge boost to the global decarbonisation mission – but only if it leverages its political and economic weight to ensure a fairer global marketplace.
Another busy year for WISE, with a plethora of online events and virtual outreach. Sarah Lloyd tells us more about semester two with WISE and some of the 23 events they have been involved in this year!
With a record number of industrial talks from RailSoc this year, they have continued to thrive during the pandemic! Their Chair, Richard Pengelly, tells us more about RailSoc's busy semester.