Department of Engineering

  • Two-metre COVID-19 rule is ‘arbitrary measurement’ of safety

  • Optoelectronics research supported by COVID-19 impact fund

  • New concrete mould system uses the right amount of concrete and no more

  • Joshua Nevin accepted into the Turing Enrichment Scheme at the Alan Turing Institute

  • 3D printing and machine learning unite in new research to improve cochlear implants for users

Undergraduate Study & Teaching Michaelmas Term 2021

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Latest news

Two-metre COVID-19 rule is ‘arbitrary measurement’ of safety

25 Nov 2021

Study shows that airborne transmission of COVID-19 is highly random and suggests that the 2 metre rule was a number chosen from a risk ‘continuum’ rather than a concrete measurement of safety

Optoelectronics research supported by COVID-19 impact fund

24 Nov 2021

PhD student Jana Skirnewskaja has been awarded a ‘Return to Research’ grant in support of her optical experiments, after her research was hit by delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

New concrete mould system uses the right amount of concrete and no more

22 Nov 2021

Concrete is the world’s most widely consumed material after water, and its production contributes to more than 7% of global CO2 emissions.