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Mechanical Engineering - 11.05.2010
Rock and Roll: Titan's Gem Tumbler
Rock and Roll: Titan’s Gem Tumbler
It appears flash flooding has paved streambeds in the Xanadu region of Saturn's moon Titan with thousands of sparkling crystal balls of ice, according to scientists with NASA's Cassini spacecraft.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 20.04.2010
Collaborative engineering paper a Nanotechnology ’highlight’
Collaborative engineering paper a Nanotechnology ’highlight’
A collaborative research paper including work by Dr Fabrizio Scarpa from the University of Bristol's Department of Aerospace Engineering has been named as one of the highlights of 2009 by leading journal Nanotechnology.

Mechanical Engineering - 19.04.2010
UCL brings the scientific method to London primary schools
UCL brings the scientific method to London primary schools
Dr Stephanie Schorge (UCL Institute of Neurology) describes how smells, colours and balls inspired London schoolchildren in a day of scientific discovery last month.

Mechanical Engineering - 14.04.2010
University balloonist recognised for exceptional achievement
University balloonist recognised for exceptional achievement
PA 88/10 University of Nottingham engineer and record breaking balloonist Dr Janet Folkes has been presented with the British Balloon and Airship Club's (BBAC) coveted Charles Green Salver for exceptional achievement.

Computer Science - Mechanical Engineering - 23.03.2010
Good vibrations
Good vibrations
Energy harvesting ? using vibrations from the environment to produce electricity ? has been around for over a decade, but Dr Stephen Burrow and his team in the Department of Aerospace Engineering hope that within five years it could be powering devices such as heart monitors and mobile phones.

Mechanical Engineering - Environment - 22.03.2010
Cheap and green
Cheap and green
PA62/10 Zero-carbon, renewable energy which is cost-competitive with fossil fuel generated sources is surely the Holy Grail of the engineering world.

Environment - Mechanical Engineering - 17.03.2010
UCL student envisages office of the future
UCL student envisages office of the future
That's the intriguing question at the heart of a research project investigating whether everyday workplace activities carried out by human beings could be harnessed and converted into useful electrical energy.

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 09.03.2010
NNSA, LANL announce successful first Dual-Axis hydrodynamic test
DARHT facility captures five X-ray images and other test data in unprecedented simultaneous use of two electron accelerators WASHINGTON, D.C. The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) announced today that Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) fired its first-ever double-viewpoint hydrodynamic test of a nuclear weapon component mockup.

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 05.02.2010
Scientist makes a leap in quantum computing
Scientist makes a leap in quantum computing
Jason Petta, an assistant professor of physics, has found a way to alter the property of a lone electron without disturbing the trillions of electrons in its immediate surroundings. Such a feat is an important step toward developing future types of quantum computers.

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 28.01.2010

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 28.01.2010
Energy-harvesting rubber sheets could power pacemakers, mobile phones
Energy-harvesting rubber sheets could power pacemakers, mobile phones
Yi Qi, a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University, holds a piece of silicone rubber imprinted with super-thin material that generates electricity when flexed.

Mechanical Engineering - 13.12.2009
Student innovation competition tackles the challenges of ageing
Student innovation competition tackles the challenges of ageing
Student innovation competition tackles the challenges of ageing Budding designers in Mechanical Engineering pitch their ideas to Dragon's Den style judging panel.

Mechanical Engineering - Electroengineering - 13.12.2009

Physics - Mechanical Engineering - 18.11.2009
UM Engineers Receive a Grant to Support Research of Hypersonic Materials and Structures
November 19, 2009 — Coral Gables — The University of Miami (UM) College of Engineering has been awarded a grant totaling $421,000 over five years from the newly established National Hyper

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 06.11.2009
Rolls-Royce Research Partnership to Develop Next Generation Materials for Cleaner, More Efficient Gas Turbines
Rolls-Royce and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, (EPSRC), are to work jointly with three UK universities, including the University of Birmingham, in a new £50 million strategic

Mechanical Engineering - Physics - 04.11.2009
Blades of glory
Blades of glory
PA 283/09 The efficiency of wind turbine blades is key to improving the efficiency of this sustainable energy source.

Economics / Business - Mechanical Engineering - 29.10.2009

Mechanical Engineering - Economics / Business - 20.10.2009

Mechanical Engineering - 09.09.2009
Record breaking balloonist does it again
Record breaking balloonist does it again
PA 234/09 Distinguished balloonist and University of Nottingham engineer Dr Janet Folkes has broken yet another world record for ballooning.

Mechanical Engineering - Chemistry - 08.07.2009
Imperial engineers honoured for their outstanding work
Imperial engineers honoured for their outstanding work
Imperial engineers honoured for their outstanding work Royal Academy of Engineering announces new Fellows - Thursday 9 July 2009 By Naomi Weston Two Imperial College London academics have been electe

Mechanical Engineering - Economics / Business - 22.06.2009

Mechanical Engineering - 25.03.2009
Students design features for the car of the future at Imperial
Students design features for the car of the future at Imperial Industrial Design and Engineering postgraduates are helping a motor company to design a new car %0A " Thursday 26 March 2009 By Colin Sm

Health - Mechanical Engineering - 09.02.2009

Mechanical Engineering - Health - 08.02.2009
Students to hear how they can engineer a brighter future for developing countries
Students to hear how they can engineer a brighter future for developing countries Students from the Faculty of Engineering are invited to an information night %0A " Monday 9 February 2009 By Colin Sm

Mechanical Engineering - Mathematics - 06.02.2009
Howard Stone Elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Cambridge, Mass. February 6, 2009 - Howard Stone, Vicky Joseph Professor of Engineering and Applied Mathematics at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).
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