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SATNAV interview Professor David Phillips

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Professor David Phillips CBE FRS, Past President of the Royal Society of Chemistry and University of Birmingham alumnus, gave the 2018 EPS Distinguished Lecture. His lecture, entitled "Light Up Your Life" saw him share his personal journey from raw Birmingham undergraduate in 1958 through an extremely successful and fulfilling academic career in photochemistry. The team from SATNAV Magazine covered the entire event and had the exclusive interview with Professor Phillips.
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Hello from UBeRacing!

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UBeRacing are the University's brand new electric Formula Student Team who are working to produce an electric single seat racing car by July 2019. Founder Max Ruffles introduces the team.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

GDS end of year round-up

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It's been a great year for GDS with a 75% increase in members since last year, more Game Jams and a tutorial programme. Chair James Adey tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

EPS Netball Season Review 2017/18

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EPS Netball returned this year with a new spark of enthusiasm and are on a winning streak! Co-Captain Beth Pearson tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

An extremely exciting and busy year for UBRobotics

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UBRobotics are growing from strength to strength thanks to new sponsorship, more workshops and training, and a huge amount of enthusiasm. Club President Edward Chamberlain tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

A year with EWB

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This has been a big year for us and we hope we can branch out to even more people; spreading news about what our charity aims to do, how we can help others get involved and increasing our outreach work. Out-going Vice President Anastasia Pywell tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

It has been a successful year for EESE Soc

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We strived to increase social integration between their fellow societies and students with socials, FIFA tournament, film nights, and on the sports pitch culminating in glory at the EPS Trophy competition! Their committee give us an overview of their year.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

MathSoc go from strength to strength!

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MathSoc have had an excellent year, reaching a massive and record-breaking 325 members, launched two brand new competitions and excelled at their tutoring scheme. Zoe Hacking tells us more.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Hello from UB Eco Racing!

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Hello! We are the University's Shell Eco-Marathon team. We are a new society lead by students that is this year building an ultra-mileage car with the aim of travelling as far as we can on just one litre of fuel. Team Principal Matthew Graham tells us how their first year's going.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

An eventful and exciting year for CivSoc!

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It's been a huge year for CivSoc with more industrial liaison than ever before, new committee positions to answer the many interests of their members, sporting wins and all culminating with the famous Engineering Spring Ball. Beth McGoff, who's been on the committee for 4 years, gives her final summary for CivSoc.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students
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