Archive for the ‘Faculty of Engineering & Design’ Category

Internal combustion after Mazda's 'holy grail' breakthrough

Prof Jamie Turner provides expert comment to IMechE about new breakthrough in compression ignition developed by Mazda.

Volunteering at Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2017

CSCT student Suzy Wallace blogs about her experience of helping at The Summer Science Exhibition.

The Paris Agreement will succeed without the USA

PhD student Alastair Marsh believes the USA’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is a reminder that populous, industrialising countries deserve more attention.

CSCT expert comments on water research

Antoine Buchard, Whorrod Research Fellow at the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, discusses Carnegie Mellon research paper that has been published in Green Chemistry.

SpaceSoc: a force to be reckoned with

Bath students demonstrate they are a force to be reckoned with in space engineering and can compete on a national stage.

Home is where clean water flows

Vicky De Groof, CSCT student, blogs about her experience at the 5th IWA Young Water Professionals BeNeLux (Belgium-Netherlands-Luxembourg) conference.

Applying ACE 'total design' principles

Award-winning alumnus William Arnold reflects on his career in civil engineering & his time studying at Bath

Cathryn Mitchell delivers keynote speech at RIN Annual Meeting

Cathryn Mitchell recently gave the President's Invitation Address at the Royal Institute of Navigation 11th Annual General Meeting.

Death of Prof Darryl P Almond (formerly of Materials Science)

We regret to announce the death of Emeritus Professor Darryl P Almond, who joined the University of Bath in 1976.

New UAV drone course for professionals starts in September

Our courses blend academic rigour with gaining professional aviation experience.

Algae farms to offer a cheaper, renewable solution to cleaning wastewater

A collaborative research project between the University of Bath and Wessex Water is investigating using algae as a natural and sustainable way to treat wastewater.

Part sculpture, part architectural installation, all play

The Bath Chronicle talks about our new interactive exhibition:The Brutalist Playground is not as brutal as it sounds and entry is free!

European Materials Research Society meeting: Two years on!

Suzy Wallace {postgrad student) is working towards her PhD on 'Overcoming the efficiency bottleneck of metal sulfide solar cells' with Professor Aron Walsh, Professor Chris Bowen and Professor Mark Weller.

Over 200 gather for successful 8th CSCT Summer Showcase

Organised by PhD students, the annual CSCT Summer Showcase brought together academics, students and industrial representatives from around the world, to participate in talks, panel discussions, polls, ignite talks on this year's theme of circular economy.

Prof Sir Mark Walport opens 4 East South

As part of his visit to campus, Sir Mark also received a tour of campus, led by the Vice-Chancellor

Professor Sir Mark Walport opens University of Bath’s 4 East South

The Chief Executive Designate of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Professor Sir Mark Walport has officially opened the University of Bath’s most recent academic building, 4 East South.

Improving the machinability of super alloys

Student's final-year project fires interest in manufacturing and management

Bespoke LED celebrates Bath's research

Student designs a bespoke ‘Bath’ LED to celebrate department's expertise in energy-efficient lighting

International collaboration to address the challenge of poor drinking water in Mexico

People living in Mexico could soon benefit from a new international collaboration to secure clean drinking water in the country.

Making fake poo - to improve sanitation in Bangladesh

Naomi Deering, Postgraduate Researcher in Civil Engineering, discusses her work in The Conversation.