News and events from around the School of Engineering

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Latest episode of Port Postdoc podcast explores Climate Challenge research

Latest episode of Port Postdoc podcast explores Climate Challenge research
Description
The second episode of the University of Birmingham-developed podcast focuses on the role of community and stakeholder engagement in climate challenge research.

School of Engineering academics win awards for outstanding research papers

School of Engineering academics win awards for outstanding research papers
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The School of Engineering is delighted to announce that academics have received the James Hill and Richard Trevithick Fund Prizes for outstanding research papers.

Birmingham engineers win prestigious awards for public engagement

Birmingham engineers win prestigious awards for public engagement
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Two women engineers from the University of Birmingham's Schools of Engineering and Metallurgy and Materials have won prestigious Royal Academy of Engineering Ingenious awards for public engagement collaborations.

University of Birmingham provides West Midlands-based SMEs with access to state-of-the-art manufacturing technology

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´╗┐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.

School of Engineering student wins Raymont-Osman Prize

School of Engineering student wins Raymont-Osman Prize
Description
The School of Engineering announces mechanical student Gabrielle McNeelance as winner of the 2021 Raymont-Osman Design and Development Prize.

Heritage railway joins forces to build a locomotive for the future

Heritage railway joins forces to build a locomotive for the future
Description
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.

New material could better protect soldiers, athletes and motorists

New material could better protect soldiers, athletes and motorists
Description
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.

The Ingenuity of flight on Mars

The Ingenuity of flight on Mars
Description
Ingenuity has made the first powered heavier than air flight on Mars which is a new chapter for Mars exploration

Royal Society Newton Fellowship awarded to aspiring researcher hosted at University of Birmingham

Royal Society Newton Fellowship awarded to aspiring researcher hosted at University of Birmingham
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Dr Dsilva Winfred Rufuss Devanesan (Research Fellow) has been awarded the highly prestigious Newton International Fellowship award. The Fellowship will be hosted at the School of Engineering, University of Birmingham.

Jackson Turner: From student to construction manager

Jackson Turner: From student to construction manager
Description
Jackson Turner moved to England from the USA with the intention of beginning a career in the construction industry. Now working for Willmott Dixon, he was instrument in delivering our new School of Engineering Building.
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