27 Mar 2023
The winner of the Department’s Helios Prize – awarded for graduate research in sustainable energy or energy efficiency – has been announced.
22 Mar 2023
The impact of multi-storey building design considerations on embodied emissions, cost, and operational energy has been revealed for the first time.
20 Mar 2023
Supply chains, how they work and how to improve them: An interview with Jag Srai
16 Mar 2023
How should we manage our future as the global temperature rises beyond the agreed safe limit of 1.5C?
13 Mar 2023
New practical experiments in mechanics have been introduced to 1st & 2nd-year undergraduates – bringing to life theories of angular momentum & motion of a double pendulum, for example
08 Mar 2023
Alumna Sam Davies is a talented and highly experienced skipper. She began her career in competitive sailing at 24 with her 1st crewed round the world trip - the Jules Verne Trophy - in 1998.
06 Mar 2023
Professor Sarah Springman is one of the most accomplished academic geotechnical engineers and a pioneer in the study of soft soil mechanics, ground improvement and mass movement of slopes.
28 Feb 2023
Our Bio-inspired Robotics Lab will host an international conference on embodied intelligence – with expert speakers including philosophers, neuroscientists, biologists & roboticists.
27 Feb 2023
Climate Change in the Context of UK Politics Thursday 2 March 7.00–8.30 pm - Daniel Zeichner MP
21 Feb 2023
Iceland could help address Northern Europe’s food security issues with the scaling-up of its industrial production of Spirulina – an alternative protein source.