The StEP programme gives students the opportunity to have a go at becoming an entrepreneurs, challenging students to identify an idea for a new business based on a University research project, develop a business plan, and prepare a pitch to real investors - all in just four weeks.
Professor Henry Snaith has been awarded the University of Louisville’s 2021 Leigh Ann Conn Prize for Renewable Energy. Awarded biennially, this award recognises outstanding ideas and achievements in research around the science, engineering, technology, and commercialisation of renewable energy.
Fourth-year student Anahy Mercado Zambrana has been recognised with an upReach Student Social Mobility Award, awarded annually to ten students from lower socio-economic backgrounds, across the UK, who have excelled in their studies and show great potential for their future careers.
A profile of Professor Byron Byrne in the Department of Engineering Science. In 2021, Professor Byron Byrne was elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of his research contributions to offshore wind.
Engineering students were amongst those involved in a team of 50 students from across the University who worked together to build an electric car showcased at the IMechE Formula Student event held at the home of British Motor Racing, earlier this month.