Our Mechanical Engineering undergraduate programmes rank highly in the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS).
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!
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'!
Although the emissions targets for aviation are in line with the overall goals of the Paris Agreement, there is a high likelihood that the climate impact of aviation will not meet these goals, according to a new study.
The University is enabling local businesses to develop new products and processes by bringing the UK's first Desktop Metal Shop System to the West Midlands through its AMTECAA advanced manufacturing programme.
Soldiers, athletes, and motorists could lead safer lives thanks to a new process that could lead to more efficient and re-useable protection from shock and impact, explosion, and vibration, according to a new study.
In March 2021, the EPS Community launched the first event series aimed at introducing students to Engineering and Physical Science alumni from a broad range of sectors and offering and insight into their roles.
Smartphones could be used to scan people's eyes for early-warning signs of glaucoma – helping to prevent severe ocular diseases and blindness, a new study reveals.
University of Birmingham experts are developing a novel solar energy pilot plant that will help to provide clean and affordable electricity to people living in the Gaza Strip.