RailSoc is now well underway with its 3rd year as a society continuing to organise some fantastic events this autumn term!
This winter term, and our first few weeks as a newly recognised EPS society, our main drive and focus was recruiting more Global Engineering Brigadiers.
The University of Birmingham and CENC signed a research agreement in November 2019 to develop highly integrated millimetre-wave front-end antennas for 5G communications (Hi5MWA Project).
The University of Birmingham, in partnership with Willmott Dixon and Associated Architects, have celebrated the topping out of a new School of Engineering building.
We've had a successful start to the autumn semester. We now have more than three times the number of volunteers from last year who are enthusiastic about being a catalyst for change!
Zoe Kitson, undergraduate MEng student from the School of Engineering wins the Raymont-Osman Design and Development Prize 2019 for her project on Blood Clot Removal Devices.
The world-leading Human Interface Technologies (HIT) team recently took part in a four-day action packed science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) event in Plymouth Sound.
On 27 November 2019, seven engineering students from the University of Birmingham attended the Women in Engineering Insight to Industry Day hosted by Caterpillar at their Peterlee site.
UK Chinese Society of Automotive Engineers held the Establishment Ceremony in London
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