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.
In March 2021, the EPS Community launched the first event series aimed at introducing students to Engineering and Physical Science alumni from a broad range of sectors and offering and insight into their roles.
The UK must act now to ensure a stable supply of technology-critical metals (TCMs) essential for its transition to clean energy, according to a new Policy Commission report produced by the University of Birmingham.
The University of Birmingham will build the UK's first re-manufacturing line for high-performance sintered rare earth magnets for use in electric vehicles, aerospace, renewable energy and low carbon technologies
A blueprint setting out the compelling opportunities for the Midlands to position itself as a world leader in advanced ceramics has been launched.