Birmingham Energy Society kicked off term 2 by welcoming Dr Richard Connolly to talk about how the changes in the energy industry, regarding production and consumption, have shaped global politics.
After a busy start to the year COVID-19 slammed the brakes on many projects, as well as the Shell Eco Marathon Competition. However this hasn't completely stopped the team from moving forward so here's the latest updates
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.
This Space Weather Instrumentation, Measurement, Modelling and Risk [SWIMMR] programme will develop and deploy new instruments, models and services to support the space weather community and the Met Office.
Testing quantum gravity sensors with the British Geological Survey
The UK's ability to predict solar superstorms and other severe space weather events is to get a significant upgrade with the launch of two major research projects led by the University of Birmingham.
Mechanical Engineering students Lucie Gale and Anthony Fong from College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and College of Social Sciences' Economics student Shubhansh Bharati scoop first prize at VC's Challenge 2020.
The start of second term saw the Engineering 1st XV begin their run of games at our new home ground Avery Fields. Club Captain Pat Dore tells us more.
Information on existing grants within the School of Engineering in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
Yvonne Baker, Birmingham graduate and Chief Executive of STEM Learning delivered the 2020 EPS Distinguished Lecture. Best known for creating STEM Ambassadors, she is passionate about STEM education opportunities for all.