Archive for the ‘Faculty of Engineering & Design’ Category

CSCT Blog: Bath Taps Into Science 2018

The Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies share their experiences at the recent Bath Taps into Science Festival

Video - What's it like studying civil engineering?

Student Freya Kille was approached by UniFrog to help them create a video about what it is like to study civil engineering at university

Sensors and cameras - launching a high altitude balloon

Read the latest blog Mechanical Engineering undergraduate Jacob Smith, on his quest to launch a camera into space

How antique buildings can be energy efficient

San Anton palace to serve as guide on how antique buildings can be energy efficient

Prof Sam Akehurst on the future of pistons and piston rings

Sam Akehurst comments on the future of pistons and piston rings in Engine Technology International magazine

5 steps for having a top-koality research visit

Dr Pedro Estrela: biosensors for bladder cancer diagnosis

Dr Pedro Estrela is working as part of the BLAC-EASSAY project to develop biosensors which could help with the early diagnosis for bladder cancer

Chris Brace on IAAPS - Engine Tech International magazine

Killer cars and rebellious robots

Dr Ben Metcalfe, Lecturer in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, writes about the future of robotics and why we are launching new courses in this area

I-SEE - Exploring accelerating climate change

University provides boost for regional SMEs

The University is to establish two new “business acceleration hubs” for advanced engineering and digital innovation SMEs in the region

University of Bath to provide boost to regional SMEs

The University of Bath is to establish two new “business acceleration hubs” for advanced engineering and digital innovation SMEs in the region.

Innovative camera technology to be launched into space to unravel the mysteries of lightning

A University of Bath scientist will see over 15 years of work realised today (Monday 2 April), when a scientific experiment his research has contributed towards will be sent into space for the first time.

Cellular agriculture: A global food security solution

Dr Marianne Ellis's post on Good Food Institute blog discusses how CALpod, a cellular agriculture technology could be the answer to starvation worldwide

The Basil Spence competition continues to make an impact

A video has been released about the annual Basil Spence Competition, where architecture and civil engineering students combine

Taking the temperature of refugee shelters

Talking with users of low cost medical diagnostic tools

Dr Pedro Estrela blogs about a trip to South Africa where he talked with patients nurses and doctors in low resource areas about medical diagnosis

Beginning an R&D career in the industrial sector

Chemical engineering graduate and Salters' Prize winner, Annabel O'Fee, is hoping to become a future leader in healthcare product development

Team Bath Drones set to defend title

Last year’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Challenge saw Team Bath Drones take the title

I-SEE Seminars 6 March 2018