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Mechanical Engineering - 29.04.2024
Students aim to take the bite out of noisy dental drills
Students aim to take the bite out of noisy dental drills

Mechanical Engineering - 16.04.2024
H2 Go: record-seeking Bath engineering team successfully runs hydrogen-powered engine
H2 Go: record-seeking Bath engineering team successfully runs hydrogen-powered engine
Hydrogen-fuelled internal combustion engine developed by University of Bath students runs for first time ahead of speed record attempt Published on Tuesday 16 April 2024 Last updated on Tuesday 16 April 2024 A team of engineering students at the University of Bath have achieved a world first by becoming the first undergraduates to build and successfully run a hydrogen-fuelled engine.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 27.03.2024
Bath joins UK consortium spearheading hydrogen fuel system development for aviation

Mechanical Engineering - Research Management - 08.01.2024
New year, new name: 3mE is now called Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering - 20.12.2023
Formula racing car built by Southampton students enters motorsport's hall of fame
Formula racing car built by Southampton students enters motorsport’s hall of fame
A formula racing car built by students from Hampshire has run its final lap and found a home on the podium at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 13.12.2023
University of Manchester partners with Cummins to develop future power solutions

Astronomy / Space - Mechanical Engineering - 08.12.2023
Students Create Elaborate Homemade Machines for JPL Competition
Students Create Elaborate Homemade Machines for JPL Competition
Oakwood School's Team Pink won first place in the Invention Challenge at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 07.12.2023
Building a better indoor herb garden
Randall Briggs '09, SM '18 created the GardenByte indoor herb garden to grow crops three times faster than they would do outdoors.

Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering - 28.11.2023
Boosting rocket reliability at the material level
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Zack Cordero's research focuses on extending the lifespan of reusable rockets, while simultaneously reducing the risk of catastrophic failure.

Mechanical Engineering - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
New digital simulation tool for gear machining saves time and money
Researchers in the Faculty of Engineering have developed software that simulates and optimizes gear cutting processes to improve productivity Lisa Loiselle Gears are common machine components used in

Microtechnics - Mechanical Engineering - 02.11.2023
University launches new robotics hub to automate asset management
University launches new robotics hub to automate asset management

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 01.11.2023
Designing cleaner vehicles
Designing cleaner vehicles

Mechanical Engineering - 31.10.2023
Sustainable shipping: are auxiliary sails a solution?
90% of everything around you is transported by cargo vessels. So it's not surprising that shipping is responsible for 3% of global C02 emissions.

Astronomy / Space - Mechanical Engineering - 31.10.2023
JPL Engineers Put Their Skills to the Test With Halloween Pumpkins
JPL Engineers Put Their Skills to the Test With Halloween Pumpkins

Mechanical Engineering - 23.10.2023
TU Graz student team is European rocketry champion
TU Graz student team is European rocketry champion
By Philipp Jarke The "Aerospace Team Graz" competed in Constância, Portugal, with its hybrid rocket "Halcyon" and won the overall ranking of the European Rocketry Challenge for the first time.

Mechanical Engineering - Transport - 26.09.2023
Simulator lets students and researchers pilot aircraft, spaceships
Simulator lets students and researchers pilot aircraft, spaceships

Campus - Mechanical Engineering - 22.09.2023
New offer from the TU Ilmenau: Orientation for engineering studies
Starting in the upcoming winter semester 2023/24, the TU Ilmenau will offer orientation programs for students of engineering programs.

Campus - Mechanical Engineering - 07.09.2023
’For me research is a great playground’

Astronomy / Space - Mechanical Engineering - 17.08.2023
First Nations internship at NASA for engineering student Lincoln Bourke
First Nations internship at NASA for engineering student Lincoln Bourke
Lincoln Bourke, a joint engineering and physics student, will spend 10 weeks at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory exploring how equipment could interact with the surface of other planets.

Astronomy / Space - Mechanical Engineering - 18.07.2023
NASA's Psyche Mission Enters Home Stretch Before Launch
NASA’s Psyche Mission Enters Home Stretch Before Launch
Engineers and technicians at Cape Canaveral are preparing the Psyche spacecraft for liftoff, which is slated for Oct.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 13.07.2023
Electric Superbike Twente presents a revolutionary battery swapping system in new electric racing motor
On July 11th, Electric Superbike Twente revealed their groundbreaking new electric racing motorcycle called Vector-ST. The motor was showcased with an innovative battery swapping system at the old fire station in Enschede.

Campus - Mechanical Engineering - 13.06.2023
UC3M presents its new Formula Student single-seater racing car
UC3M presents its new Formula Student single-seater racing car
MAD Formula Team, a student association from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M)'s School of Engineering (EPS, in its Spanish acronym), has presented its new racing car to compete in the 2023 Formula Student season, the most established single-seater university competition in Europe.

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 13.06.2023
Team Bath Racing Electric aiming for European success
Team Bath Racing Electric aiming for European success

Transport - Mechanical Engineering - 12.06.2023
TU Vienna excursion to Augsburg and Munich
From 24 to 26 May, the Institute of Lightweight Structures and Structural Biomechanics and the Institute of Engineering Design and Product Development went on a joint excursion to several companies in the Augsburg and Munich areas.

Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering - 08.06.2023
Megawatt electrical motor designed by MIT engineers could help electrify aviation
Megawatt electrical motor designed by MIT engineers could help electrify aviation
Technology demonstrations show the machine's major components achieve the required performance. Aviation's huge carbon footprint could shrink significantly with electrification.

Mechanical Engineering - 07.06.2023
University of Bath works with ZeroAvia on retrofitting turboprop aircraft with zero-emission engines
University of Bath works with ZeroAvia on retrofitting turboprop aircraft with zero-emission engines

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 06.06.2023
"Exciting times!"

Mechanical Engineering - 15.05.2023
Manchester students’ clean sweep at IMechE Design Challenge regional final

Campus - Mechanical Engineering - 11.05.2023
Adventures in the Pappalardo Lab

Astronomy / Space - Mechanical Engineering - 02.05.2023
Sydney student jets off to NASA JPL for prestigious internship
Sydney student jets off to NASA JPL for prestigious internship

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 22.03.2023
UC3M participates in the Madrid es Ciencia Fair 2023
The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is taking part in the 12th Madrid es Ciencia Fair on Friday 24th of March in Hall 5 of IFEMA.

Mechanical Engineering - 17.03.2023
'The most exciting moment was just before the first rocket launch'
’The most exciting moment was just before the first rocket launch’

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 01.03.2023
New UC3M map to innovate in the area of materials and applications

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 10.02.2023
Grace Gu is engineering AI-optimized, bioinspired materials
CITRIS and the Banatao Institute Creating information technology solutions for society's most pressing challenges The CITRIS principal investigator and assistant professor of mechanical engineering takes inspiration from nature and uses machine learning to create more efficient materials.

Innovation - Mechanical Engineering - 10.02.2023
New NAE members developed low-cost surgical device and transformational approach to design

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 27.01.2023
New company launches ultra-light, low carbon 'aerogel' insulation materials
New company launches ultra-light, low carbon ’aerogel’ insulation materials
University of Bath spin-out company Aerogel Core Ltd set to develop next generation materials for the aerospace and automotive industries New company, Aerogel Core Ltd, has been established following

Mechanical Engineering - Transport - 25.01.2023
MIT Gas Turbine Laboratory prepares to jet into the future
With 75 years of aviation industry-focused research and education under its belt, the lab continues to develop propulsion systems for next-generation aircraft.

Computer Science - Mechanical Engineering - 18.01.2023
New HPC4EI project to create 'digital twin' models for aerospace manufacturing
New HPC4EI project to create ’digital twin’ models for aerospace manufacturing

Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering - 18.12.2022
Class opens the door to a new world of mechanical engineering
Class opens the door to a new world of mechanical engineering
Students compete to design a compression-resistant nanoscale material - and win possibly the world's smallest trophy.

Mechanical Engineering - 13.12.2022
Set up, drop, and go
Set up, drop, and go

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 05.12.2022
New Control Engineering lab

Mechanical Engineering - Transport - 05.12.2022
Successful test drive gives green light to student-built race car
Successful test drive gives green light to student-built race car
A race car designed and built by a team of undergraduate students will next week compete at the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers competition, an international student motorsport race held in Victoria.

Microtechnics - Mechanical Engineering - 28.11.2022
Channeling creativity through art and engineering
Recent mechanical engineering alumna Emily Satterfield '22 pursues passions that might seem unrelated but "actually go hand-in-hand.

Campus - Mechanical Engineering - 22.11.2022
Engineering dedicates Boelter Hall penthouse in memory of William Klug
Engineering dedicates Boelter Hall penthouse in memory of William Klug

Mechanical Engineering - 21.11.2022
A little art, a little science

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 04.10.2022
The UC Berkeley experiment behind the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics
Stuart Freedman with the experimental apparatus he and John Clauser used to test "spooky action at a distance.

Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering - 21.09.2022
'I just loved knowing what things are made of.'
’I just loved knowing what things are made of.’
This sentence comes from TU Graz researcher Ricardo Buzolin. The 30-year-old is actually a mechanical engineer, but switched to materials science because "every machine is made of materials".

Mechanical Engineering - Health - 16.09.2022
Why mechanical ventilation can harm preterm lungs
Why mechanical ventilation can harm preterm lungs
In Germany, about ten per cent of all children are born before the 37th week of pregnancy and are thus considered premature.

Mechanical Engineering - Economics - 25.08.2022
'A diversity of career paths': TrackOne program lets first-year University of Toronto Engineering students keep their options open
’A diversity of career paths’: TrackOne program lets first-year University of Toronto Engineering students keep their options open

Mechanical Engineering - 26.07.2022
New Gaelic ultrasound videos shed new light on the mechanics of tongue movements during speech
The first publicly available ultrasound recordings of Gaelic give a previously unseen perspective on tongue shapes used while speaking the language.
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