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University of Birmingham secures funding for National Centre for Nuclear Robotics

University of Birmingham secures funding for National Centre for Nuclear Robotics
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A consortium of eight universities, led by University of Birmingham, has secured £42 million of new investment to fund the National Centre for Nuclear Robotics (NCNR).

Strong results for Materials Science and Engineering in The Times 2018 guide

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Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Birmingham has maintained its UK top ten ranking in the latest Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.

Materials Science and Engineering at Birmingham 2017 NSS results

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School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham 2017 National Student Survey results.

University of Birmingham Racing team picks up three trophies at 2017 UK Formula Student Competition

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The University of Birmingham Racing (UBR) team has celebrated their 20th anniversary in style by winning a total of three trophies at the 2017 UK Formula Student Competition, which was held at the Silverstone Circuit between 20th and 30th July.

University of Birmingham welcomes Business and Energy Secretary to spark battery challenge

University of Birmingham welcomes Business and Energy Secretary to spark battery challenge
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The University of Birmingham welcomed Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark for a keynote speech on the Government's Industrial Strategy.

Birmingham PhD student wins award for predicting damage to wind turbines

Birmingham PhD student wins award for predicting damage to wind turbines
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Valter Jantara Junior, a second year Metallurgy PhD student at Birmingham from Brazil supported through the Science without Borders Scheme, recently won an Award at the 2017 National Student Conference on Metallic Materials held in Sheffield for his presentation addressing the important challenge of improving the reliability of wind turbines.

Birmingham PhD student wins early career researcher award at first World Congress of Condition Monitoring

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Valter Jantara Junior, a second year Metallurgy PhD student at Birmingham from Brazil supported through the Science without Borders Scheme, recently won the Len Gelman Award for the Best Paper by an Early Career Researcher at the first World Congress of Condition Monitoring.

Birmingham's Materials Engineering ranked second in the UK

Birmingham's Materials Engineering ranked second in the UK
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The Guardian University Guide 2018 reveals that Materials Engineering at the University of Birmingham has risen two places to second in the UK.
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