Could self-driving cars be on our roads in the next few years? Join Professor Tim Gordon, Head of the School of Engineering at The University of Lincoln, as he attempts to answer the key questions: “What is the risk of a collision in a self-driving car?” and “How and when will that risk become acceptable?”
University of Nottingham alumni Yasmin Ali, a former Chemical Engineering student, works as Development Engineer for E.ON Exploration and Production. On Friday 27 November she will be talking about her experiences and achievements after university, as well as the challenges she has faced and what life is like as a professional engineer.
An engineering student, from The University of Nottingham, has secured the career opportunity of a lifetime […]
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Although aircraft noise has reduced considerably since the introduction of high speed jet transport, the further improvement of existing technologies represents a significant challenge. In this lecture, Professor Dame Ann Dowling will discuss what generates noise on modern civil aircraft, the ways in which technologies may be integrated to reduce noise, and the benefits of a long-term radical rethink of aircraft configuration.
Loughborough University is hosting the M5 Advanced Manufacturing Conference to promote the academic excellence that resides in the M5 Universities for the benefit of the UK’s manufacturing sector.
The University has been recognised for supporting women in science subjects.
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Academic colleagues and representatives from the world of ballooning have been paying tribute to Dr Janet Folkes, who has died after a long battle with cancer.
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