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Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 25.06.2021

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 21.09.2020
Whittle Lab research key for accelerating the development of zero-carbon flight, says Prince of Wales
Yesterday HRH The Prince of Wales gave the opening address to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Turbo Expo conference, the largest annual conference on the subject of flight and land-based

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 17.08.2020
Engineers recognised with awards for pandemic service
Two teams of Cambridge engineers have been recognised by the Royal Academy of Engineering for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic with the President's Special Award for Pandemic Service.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 29.06.2020
’Stopgap’ ventilator could save lives ahead of hospital treatment
An affordable 'stopgap' ventilator which can be used with minimal training could help keep seriously ill people alive long enough to either recover or receive hospital care, scientists say.

Mechanical Engineering - 19.06.2020
New system uses wind turbines to defend the national grid from power cut
A 'smart' system that controls the storage and release of energy from wind turbines will reduce the risk of power cuts and support the increase of wind energy use world-wide, say researchers at the University of Birmingham.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 08.05.2020
Breathing aids developed by UCL, UCLH and Formula One delivered to nearly 50 NHS hospitals
Breathing aids developed by engineers at UCL and Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains working with clinicians at UCLH have been delivered to 46 NHS hospitals across the country.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 21.04.2020
Low cost emergency ventilator to tackle coronavirus designed by Imperial team
A low cost, high performance emergency ventilator to help patients with coronavirus has been designed by a team at Imperial College London.

Mechanical Engineering - Health - 20.04.2020
Open-source ventilator designed by Cambridge team for use in low- and middle-income countries
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a team at the University of Cambridge has designed an open-source ventilator in partnership with local clinicians, engineers and manufacturers across Africa that

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 07.04.2020
Designs for life-saving breathing aid are made freely available
The designs of a new breathing aid developed by engineers at UCL and Formula One working with clinicians at UCLH have been made freely available to support the global response to Covid-19.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 29.03.2020
UCL, UCLH and Formula One develop life-saving breathing aids for the NHS
A breathing aid that can help keep Covid-19 patients out of intensive care, adapted by mechanical engineers at UCL and clinicians at UCLH working with Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains (Mercedes-AMG HPP), has been approved for use in the NHS.

Mechanical Engineering - Health - 20.03.2020
Oxford and King’s developing prototype for rapidly deployable ventilator
An interdisciplinary team of engineers and medics is addressing ways to increase the UK's capacity for ventilator manufacture.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 14.01.2020
Imperial and Mitsubishi launch turbocharger centre to develop cleaner engines
Imperial and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) have launched a new research centre to improve turbocharger design and develop cleaner engines.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 04.12.2019
Green-sky thinking for propulsion and power
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Health - Mechanical Engineering - 18.06.2019
Imperial-TUM seed fund takes off
Medical trojan horses, bespoke helmets, and wind farm efficiency are some of the projects to receive funding from the Imperial-TUM Collaboration Fund.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 25.01.2019

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 29.11.2018
Research showcase addresses future of aerospace propulsion
How academia and industry can solve the challenges of future aircraft propulsion was the focus of an annual showcase held at a major centre for aerospace research at the University of Nottingham this week.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 23.07.2018

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 19.07.2018
Research supports next generation hybrid aircraft technology to halve NOx emissions
The University of Nottingham is working with UK-based aerospace technology firm Derwent Aviation to assess the performance of their new Dual Drive Booster (DDB).

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 18.07.2018
Nottingham co-founds new UK academic aerospace consortium on a par with NASA
The University of Nottingham is among top UK aerospace research universities joining forces to create a national aviation consortium; a single point of engagement for the world's aerospace community.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 12.07.2018
Imperial joint mechanics expert elected to World Council of Biomechanics
Professor Anthony Bull was inaugurated in a Dublin ceremony celebrating his work on joints. The Council is the world's leading professional body dedicated to biomechanics - a field that studies the structure and function of the mechanical aspects of biological systems.

Sport - Mechanical Engineering - 28.06.2018
New balls please
Wimbledon begins on 2 July. Over the course of the Championships some 2,500 tennis balls will be used.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 15.03.2018
Three-way partnership takes flight to transform aero engines
Rolls-Royce, the University of Nottingham and Ansys, a specialist in engineering simulation software, have embarked on a five-year collaboration to develop breakthrough technology for advanced aircraft engines.

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 13.03.2018
Award-winning WMG research makes Ford cars lighter and more efficient
Ford cars could be more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly, thanks to a new lightweight rear suspension component, designed by the award-winning Innovate UK project Composite Lightweight Automotive Suspension System (CLASS), involving WMG at the University of Warwick.

Mechanical Engineering - Linguistics / Literature - 09.03.2018

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 17.01.2018

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 11.01.2018

Administration - Mechanical Engineering - 30.11.2017
New wave of European Research Council grants won by Imperial researchers
Four Imperial scientists have won funding from the European Research Council (ERC) to progress their 'outstanding' research.

Computer Science - Mechanical Engineering - 20.11.2017

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 30.10.2017
Profile: Larissa Kunstel-Tabet, Imperial College Advanced Hackspace Fellow
From designing Lady Gaga's dresses to helping student innovators - we speak with Advanced Hackspace Fellow Larissa Kunstel-Tabet.

Mechanical Engineering - Health - 11.10.2017
Children born prematurely have greater risk of cognitive difficulties later in life
Babies born preterm have a greater risk of developing cognitive, motor and behavioural difficulties and these problems persist throughout school years, finds a new study led by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Wednesday 11 October 2017 The research found that preterm children had lower scores on IQ tests, motor skills, reading and spelling at primary school age, and that this remained through to secondary school.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 18.09.2017
Developing roads that can generate power from passing traffic
Lancaster engineers are looking at advanced materials for roads and pavements that could generate electricity from passing traffic Researchers are looking at advanced materials for roads and pavements that could generate electricity from passing traffic.

Mechanical Engineering - 04.09.2017
Ultrasonic sensor company Inductosense raises 1.1m investment
Inductosense, a University of Bristol spin-out which is developing novel ultrasonic sensors for monitoring corrosion, cracks or defects in structures has secured a funding round of £1.1million investment from a consortium of investors.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 01.08.2017
How to better treat delirium in hospitals: A Q&A with expert Dr Valerie Page
Seriously ill patients can suffer extreme confusion, or delirium, which predicts slower recovery, long-term memory problems, and early death.

Mechanical Engineering - Career - 26.07.2017
Three Imperial teams benefit from new 'Prosperity Partnership’ grants
Research into corrosion, nuclear management and advanced propulsion systems receive a funding boost from new research-business partnership scheme.

Mechanical Engineering - Administration - 20.07.2017
Twenty year aerospace partnership given further funding boost
The University of Nottingham is set to receive a share of 138million to strengthen research and business partnerships.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 17.07.2017
Neutron beam from nuclear reactor used to produce safer cars
A partnership led by WMG at the University of Warwick, with the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL), Tata Steel, and the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) is using a stream of neutro

Career - Mechanical Engineering - 23.06.2017
Imperial early-career researcher recognised in prestigious list
An Imperial engineer has been nominated as one of the top 50 women in engineering. Dr Nan Li, from the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London, has been chosen by a panel of experts as one of the top women under 35 in engineering.

Mechanical Engineering - Career - 21.06.2017
Blades Research Hub to support development of next generation turbine blades
A 2.3 million research partnership between the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult and the University of Bristol could help unlock larger and more powerful wind turbines than ever before.

Mechanical Engineering - 16.06.2017
2017 race car
Student engineers reveal 2017 race car A race car designed and built by University of Sussex students to compete in an international competition at Silverstone this summer was unveiled at the weekend.

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 16.06.2017
Wind turbines can pick up the slack on coldest days
Wind turbines can pick up the slack on coldest days
Winter days are usually less windy, but a new analysis shows turbines work harder on the coldest days, when power demand is highest. During winter in Great Britain, warmer periods are often windier, while colder periods are often calmer, due to the prevailing weather patterns. Colder periods are also when electricity demand increases.
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