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A collaborative semester with SATNAV

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Science and Technology News and Views (SATNAV) Magazine had a busy term working introducing workshops to promote close collaboration with writers. The committee tells us more about this and the new issue.

Autumn term with UBeRacing: An amazing training program for the team

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UBeRacing has just formed last year and they are doing incredibly well already, their fresher-integration project was widely successful, and the investment they made in their members has paid off. The team tells us more.

UBRacing: A term full of testing and design

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The UBRacing Team has been busy working on UBR22, running tests on UBR21 and even engaging in some outreach. The team tells us more about their work and the exciting term they've had.

Annual Conference and other adventures with oSTEM

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oSTEM is going from strength to strength by not just engaging its members with a range of events, but by actively representing them in the international oSTEM community! Society Chair Avery Cunningham tells us more.

NucSoc: Outstanding Autumn Term

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Inter-society collaboration, a range of socials and career events with the Student Outreach program starting next semester NucSoc members have been far from bored this term! The committee tells us more.

Eningeering Eagles: A term for growth

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The Engineering Eagles had a very successful first term doubling their headcount, entering another team into the Campus League, raising funds and organising more socials. Co-captain Anastasia Pywell tells us more.

Mid-Season Review with EPS Mixed Netball

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It has been a wonderful start to the season for our EPS Mixed Netball team! Captain Emily Jones tells us more about the term so far and about what's in store for the rest of the academic year.

A promising first term for the Birmingham Energy Society!

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It has been an exciting term for the newly formed Birmingham Energy Society: hosting a number of talks from speakers like Professor Martin Freer and Dr Sam Stranks as well as informal socials to allow members to relax.
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