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!
An unusual year for the new Chair to pick up the mantel of running the Society, but RailSoc has ridden the pandemic well. Richard Pengelly explains what the Society has been up to this autumn.
Needless to say, this term and year as a whole haven't gone as anyone of us would've hoped. But that hasn't stopped the School of Engineering RFC from making the most of it! Their Chair, Samraj tells us more.
This semester has been quite different for oSTEM, as I'm sure it has been for many, but that hasn't slowed them down! Their Chair Claire tells us more.
Running a student led society in a tier 3 lockdown would always be a challenge. However, WISE have powered through to have one of their busiest semesters to date! Ellie Wigg tells us more.
Low carbon smart pipes for use in large-scale buried infrastructure projects are to be developed in a new partnership between the University of Birmingham and specialist manufacturing company Aquaspira Ltd.
Alumnus Ronjon Nag (BSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering, 1984) reflects on the success of his prize, supporting student entrepreneurs at Birmingham.
The Ronjon Nag Entrepreneurship Competition is a £5,000 prize for the student tech project with the strongest commercial potential. Well done to all the finalists and congratulations to our 2020 winner Michael Haydock!
During lockdown, a period when the rest of the world stood still, it was a busy time for WISE as we prepared for the forthcoming year and all the challenges it brings.
Birmingham graduate, Ronjon Nag has created a £5,000 prize for the student tech project or business idea with the strongest commercial potential. Competition deadline is 16 August 2020.