Brum Eco Racing had a busy term attending the Big Bang Fair to represent the University and Shell, taking part in the EPS Trophy visiting Altair and more! Re-elected Team Principal Annabel Brown tells us more.
CamCat has been really active this term hosting numerous fundraising events and finishing their design for the water and sanitation project. There's plenty in the works for next term as well! Holly Cheshire shares more.
The UBRacing team had a busy term preparing for the manufacture of UBR22, hosting lab visits for schools and even taking the car down to one in Wolverhampton for a day. Team Principal Hannah Swinbourne tells us more.
The School of Engineering RFC had an amazing year strengthening their two teams, organising doubleheaders, their annual old boys fixture and their brand new black tie ball. Chairman Guy Grimwood shares more with us.
Dr Anjana Kothandaraman and Khadijat Olorunlambe recently attended Parliament to present their engineering research to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of STEM for BRITAIN.
The Alstom facility tour and trying the University's simulator in the BCRRE labs, RailSoc kept its members engaged and enthusiastic with their activities. Matthew Teller shares more about the Society's spring term.
The Engineering Eagles had a brilliant term increasing their numbers by two-fold, putting on socials to boost team bonding and getting two teams in the Campus League. Outgoing Co-captain Anastasia Pywell shares more.
Electric vehicles that travel a complete journey on each charge – making them more appealing to drivers – have moved a step closer, thanks to our research.
Local Birmingham theatre in education company teams up with University of Birmingham engineers to use drama to encourage Birmingham school children into science careers.
Science and Technology News and Views (SATNAV) Magazine had a busy term working introducing workshops to promote close collaboration with writers. The committee tells us more about this and the new issue.