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Hello, we're UBLoco!

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Hello EPS Community! We are UBLoco, a new society dedicated to building and running 10 ΒΌ " gauge railway locomotives, showcasing new railway technology and attracting media attention.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Introducing Women in Finance

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The Women in Finance Society aims to draw career-curious students (both male and female) from a range of subjects together to help them tailor their careers and promote the advancement of women in the world of finance.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Birmingham professors honoured at prestigious Blavatnik Awards for young scientists

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Two Birmingham professors honoured at prestigious Blavatnik Awards for young scientists
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Engineering and Physical Sciences

The web at 30: Computer Science staff and students reflect on the web's past and its future

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On Tuesday 12 March 2019, the web turned 30. To mark the occasion, staff and students from the School of Computer of Science shared their memories of the web and how the network will change in the years to come.

WISE Inspire: Dr Maria Velissariou

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On 27 February, in the lead up to International Woman's Day, WISE had the privilege to invite Dr Maria Velissariou (PhD Biochemistry, 1992) to talk at their 'Inspire' event.
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Alumni, Engineering and Physical Sciences

Understanding kinematic structures to make robots more human-like

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The latest EPS College paper of the month feature article based on Dr Hyung Jin Chang research paper.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Introducing the Startup Society!

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We are thrilled to welcome the UoB Startup Society to the EPS Community! They bring students together who are interested in entrepreneurship to provide them with a platform to share ideas, network and generate value.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Students

Computer scientist maps new connections between graph theory and programming

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Computer scientist maps new connections between graph theory and programming

Engineer takes first step to developing rigorous numerical model to predict the shape and size of drops and flows occurring within micro-fluidic devices

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Engineer takes first step to developing rigorous numerical model to predict the shape and size of drops and flows occurring within micro-fluidic devices
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

Birmingham cyber security expert shares his top tips for staying safe online

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Dr Ian Batten, a cyber security expert at the University of Birmingham, shares some simple tips for staying safe online.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research
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