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Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 03.08.2015
Engineering graduate helps re-fire century-old coffee roaster
Engineers at Lancaster University are helping to bring a century-old artisan coffee roaster back to life.

Mechanical Engineering - 31.07.2015
French Embassy representatives visit High Performance Networks group
The University welcomed representatives from the French Embassy in London for a tour of the High Performance Networks Group (HPNG) laboratory in the Faculty of Engineering's Merchant Venturer's Building last week.

Astronomy / Space Science - Mechanical Engineering - 29.07.2015

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 29.07.2015
11-14 year old girls immersed in week-long engineering summer school
11-14 year old girls immersed in week-long engineering summer school
Engineering the future: 11-14 year old girls immersed in week-long engineering summer school The UK has the lowest proportion of female engineers in the European Union, less than one in ten engineering professionals is a woman.

Economics - Mechanical Engineering - 29.07.2015
Secretary of State for Business announces investment boost for UK's largest dynamic test facility
Secretary of State for Business announces investment boost for UK’s largest dynamic test facility
The Secretary of State for Business, Sajid Javid, has today (Wednesday 29 July 2015) announced a major investment boost which will see the UK poised to take a world lead in structural dynamics research.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 28.07.2015
EPSRC rail consortium shows how to cut costs and reduce delays
Practical measures to help prevent landslips and enhance track stability are among rail improvements pinpointed by engineering research involving The University of Nottingham.

Mechanical Engineering - 24.07.2015
Bomb-proof lining contains explosion in luggage hold of aircraft
Fly-Bag lining successfully contained blasts in series of controlled explosions Using this technology, tests show plane's luggage hold may be able to contain force of an explosion if a device hidden in a passenger's luggage detonates A bomb-proof lining developed by an international team of scientists, including academics from the University of Sheffield, has successfully contained blasts in a series of controlled explosions in the luggage hold of a Boeing 747 and an Airbus 321.

Economics - Mechanical Engineering - 15.07.2015
Car manufacturers make their own green technology choices regardless of policy
Car manufacturers make their own green technology choices regardless of policy
Policies did not determine the types of low emission technology choices made by some of Germany's leading automotive manufacturers. Over the last few decades the automotive industry has experienced a number of challenges including fluctuating oil prices, air quality issues and the effects of vehicle emissions on global warming.

Computer Science - Mechanical Engineering - 07.07.2015
Lancaster University helps BBC inspire 1 million coders
Lancaster University computer scientists are at the forefront of a UK-wide BBC initiative launched today to inspire a new generation to get creative with coding, programming and digital technology.

Mechanical Engineering - Computer Science - 06.07.2015
Art and science collide in an explosion of colour, speed and movement
Art and science collide in an explosion of colour, speed and movement
Art and science collide in an explosion of colour, speed and movement A racing car built by engineering students at the University of Sussex now has a unique livery thanks to the work of some of the University's computing experts.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 30.06.2015
From atoms to jet engines - extreme materials on display at summer exhibition
At any one time over half a million people are flying far above our heads in modern aircraft. Their lives depend on the performance of the special metals used inside jet engines, where temperatures can reach over 2000?C.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 29.06.2015
Engineering atoms inside the jet engine: the Great British Take Off
The Periodic Table may not sound like a list of ingredients but, for a group of materials scientists, it's the starting point for designing the perfect chemical make-up of tomorrow's jet engines.

Event - Mechanical Engineering - 24.06.2015
Honorary degrees awarded at Encaenia
Doctor of Letters, honoris causa Professor Sir Richard Evans is Regius Professor of History emeritus and President of Wolfson College, Cambridge.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 24.06.2015

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 21.06.2015
Silent flights: How owls could help make wind turbines and planes quieter
A newly-designed material, which mimics the wing structure of owls, could help make wind turbines, computer fans and even planes much quieter.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 19.06.2015
It’s not just hype – 3D printing is the bridge to the future
Iain Todd, RAE and GKN Chair in Additive Manufacturing at the University of Sheffield, comments on how 3D printing may revolutionise manufacturing.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 18.06.2015
Women in Engineering Day: female Imperial engineers invited to take part
Women in Engineering Day: female Imperial engineers invited to take part
A Twitter campaign to celebrate the diverse careers of female engineers at Imperial will take place on Tuesday 23 June 2015.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 17.06.2015
Composites researchers engineer new collaborative structures
If presenting your research to a group of industry experts at the UK headquarters of a leading global aircraft manufacturer sounds daunting, think again.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 11.06.2015
Towards a Silent Aircraft: Ann Dowling to deliver Imperial's Athena Lecture
Towards a Silent Aircraft: Ann Dowling to deliver Imperial’s Athena Lecture
Professor Dame Ann Dowling, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, will give the College's annual Athena lecture next week.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 11.06.2015
Lancaster graduates in the fast lane at Bentley
Imagine the world of luxurious high performance cars where you actually get to drive a Bentley as part of your everyday job! That's precisely what two Lancaster University engineering graduates get to do most days.

Mechanical Engineering - Health - 27.05.2015
1,500 ultrasound tongue recordings reveals secrets of our accents
Phonetics experts have completed a project to reveal the hidden workings of our tongues and vocal tracts using 1,500 ultrasound videos.

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 14.05.2015
New partnership on track to deliver advanced trains of the future
New partnership on track to deliver advanced trains of the future
A new partnership is focusing on making the next generation of high speed trains, supported by the latest manufacturing and monitoring technologies.

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 05.05.2015
Hand washing vital in multi-bed hospital wards
Hospital room designs make a significant difference to the likelihood of bugs being spread through person-to-person between medics and patients, according to University of Leeds research.

Economics - Mechanical Engineering - 27.04.2015
UniSA and UCL forge new partnership to ignite future industries
UniSA and UCL forge new partnership to ignite future industries
The University of South Australia (UniSA) and UCL have today signed a partnership agreement committing the two institutions to work together to develop teaching and research in South Australia in fie

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 16.04.2015
Engineering quantum science into quantum reality
The University of Bristol has today launched its new state-of-the-art Quantum Engineering Technology (QET) Labs.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 15.04.2015
Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre project wins SKA engagement funding
Engineers working on the Square Kilometre Array, the world's largest telescope, are being given the opportunity to engage the public in innovative new ways thanks to the award of funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Environment - Mechanical Engineering - 09.04.2015
Young designers focus on sustainability for degree show
Young designers focus on sustainability for degree show
Young designers focus on sustainability for degree show Final-year Product Design students at Sussex will be displaying a range of innovative and eco-friendly creations at their degree show next week (14-17 April).

Education - Mechanical Engineering - 07.04.2015

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 01.04.2015
Quantum teleportation on a chip
The core circuits of quantum teleportation, which generate and detect quantum entanglement, have been successfully integrated into a photonic chip by an international team of scientists from the universities of Bristol, Tokyo, Southampton and NTT Device Technology Laboratories.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 01.04.2015
Rolls-Royce to create composite technology hub in Bristol
Rolls-Royce has announced that Bristol will be the location for a centre of advanced fan system composite technology development, creating a hub of composite knowledge in the UK.

Mechanical Engineering - 30.03.2015
Universities awarded £138 million for UK infrastructure research
The University of Bristol is one of 13 university partners that have been awarded funding of £138 million for UK infrastructure research.

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 30.03.2015
Graphene's lightbulb moment
Graphene’s lightbulb moment
A graphene lightbulb with lower energy emissions, longer lifetime and lower manufacturing costs has been launched thanks to a University of Manchester research and innovation partnership.

Mechanical Engineering - Economics - 27.03.2015
£4.2 million for world’s most adaptable driving simulator to research driverless cars
WMG at the University of Warwick have been awarded 3.2 million by The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to create one of the world's most adaptable and advanced driving simulators. Support from industry including a further 1 million of funding has been gained to begin research projects with the new technology led by research students embedded in JLR, bringing the total cost of the simulator and its research programme to 4.2 million.

Administration - Mechanical Engineering - 25.03.2015
Apprentice Nicole is a true team player
Apprentice Nicole is a true team player
The University has launched its 2015 apprenticeship campaign to encourage managers across the organisation to consider hiring apprentices when suitable vacancies arise and has set a target of at least 100 apprentices in post by the end of the year.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 23.03.2015
Design engineering in pictures
Design engineering in pictures
A digital cardboard guitar and 3D air-sketching device were among Imperial inventions showcased to James Dyson.

Civil Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - 23.03.2015
Health-conscious concrete
Roads that self-repair, bridges filled with first-aid bubbles, buildings with arteries.. not some futuristic fantasy but a very real possibility with 'smart' concrete.

Civil Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - 23.03.2015
Health-concious concrete
Roads that self-repair, bridges filled with first-aid bubbles, buildings with arteries.. not some futuristic fantasy but a very real possibility with 'smart' concrete.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 23.03.2015
Chancellor and James Dyson launch Imperial's design engineering school
Chancellor and James Dyson launch Imperial’s design engineering school
A new generation of much-needed graduate engineers and technology leaders will be educated at the Dyson School of Design Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 23.03.2015

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 20.03.2015
'Extreme sleepover #15' - keeping the lights on in rural Uganda
Stephanie Hirmer travelled to Moyo in northern Uganda to ask which possessions the villagers most value and why.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 19.03.2015
Advanced Propulsion Centre to create Power Electronics Spoke at The University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham has been selected to host the Power Electronics 'Spoke' for the UK's Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC).

Economics - Mechanical Engineering - 18.03.2015
Warwick one of six Midlands universities in Chancellor’s announcement of £60 million for energy research
Warwick one of six Midlands universities in Chancellor's announcement of 60 million for energy research Funding will see a step change in energy research in critical areas such as thermal energy and energy storage.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 17.03.2015
Imperial's early career researchers wow politicians at Westminster
Imperial’s early career researchers wow politicians at Westminster
The College put in its finest ever performance at the highly competitive SET for Britain poster competition final at Westminster on Monday 9 March.

Mechanical Engineering - Economics - 17.03.2015
Ratan Tata & Cyrus Mistry unveil Foundation Stone of £150 million National Automotive Innovation Centre
On Tuesday 17th Mr Ratan N. Tata (Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons), Cyrus P. Mistry (Chairman of Tata Sons) met with Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya the Chairman and Founder of WMG at

Mechanical Engineering - 13.03.2015
Celebrating science as part of British Science Week 2015
The University of Manchester is proud to be supporting British Science Week (13 to 22 March), a ten-day programme of science, technology, engineering and maths events and activities across the UK for people of all ages.

Event - Mechanical Engineering - 13.03.2015