oSTEM has had a busy term including their annual STEM, LGBTQ & You conference, LGBTQ+ History Month, a photography competition and weekly virtual socials. Outgoing and incoming Chairs, Claire and Jackie tell us more.
A triumphant year for Engineering RFC with even more wins under their belt as well as a new alliance to tackle their rivals, UBRFC. Samraj lets us in on what makes Engineering RFC the 'best club in the world'!
Andrew Stephenson, Minister of State for Transport, has formally opened a new purpose-built centre at the University of Birmingham, designed to deliver specialist research in railway engineering.
The second episode of the University of Birmingham-developed podcast focuses on the role of community and stakeholder engagement in climate challenge research.
Experts at the University of Birmingham have welcomed today's announcement by Network Rail that it will be showcasing the hydrogen-powered HydroFLEX train at the COP26 Climate Change Conference.
The University of Birmingham is launching the new National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure (NCATI) in a special collaboration between higher and further education.
The Severn Valley Railway has teamed up with the University of Birmingham and local start-up company, Vanguard Sustainable Transport Solutions, to work on a ground-breaking scheme.
Building work has completed this month (February 2021) on the £46.5m School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham thanks to national contractor, Willmott Dixon.
Recent electrical engineering graduate Inge-Sarah Andersen has been featured in the Institute of Engineering and Technology's E&T Magazine.
oSTEM has something exciting to announce… STEM, LGBTQ & You 2021 is on its way! Put Friday 19 February in the diary and be sure to register!