The 13th World Congress on Railway Research (WCRR) is coming to the United Kingdom, proudly hosted by RSSB and the University of Birmingham.
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.
Building work has completed this month (February 2021) on the £46.5m School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham thanks to national contractor, Willmott Dixon.
Recent electrical engineering graduate Inge-Sarah Andersen has been featured in the Institute of Engineering and Technology's E&T Magazine.
This term has posed challenges to all societies however, EPS Mixed Netball has been one of the lucky ones. They've been able to training and began competing in the Sunday Campus League. Captain Liz tells us more.
Plastic- Free UoB have had a fantastic first year and made great stride this autumn term. With a shining new logo and an expanded committee, the team set out to tackle plastic-waste head-on.
An unusual year for the new Chair to pick up the mantel of running the Society, but RailSoc has ridden the pandemic well. Richard Pengelly explains what the Society has been up to this autumn.
For Brum Eco Racing's fifth year it's time to start work on their fifth car, Brum 5. COVID-19 restrictions have made things difficult, but that hasn't stopped them completely! Here's what they've been up to this semester
Although it has been a tough and challenging year, the Black, Ethnic and Minority Scientists Society have worked hard to plan engaging virtual events and help new support students. Foday Kamara tells us more.
Moving online has not slowed EconSoc down! Their dedicated committee span all aspects of university life and all disciplines. They're working hard to support their members by creating support families and new activities.