Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
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Research and innovation
The range and scope of our research is extensive and covers all of the major engineering disciplines, mathematics and physical sciences, integrating fundamental science and mathematical modelling with the development of processes, devices and technologies that can address challenges of national and global importance.
An outline £10 million co-investment agreement has been signed by the…More on Powering the next generation of rail travel
Lekha Koria was rewarded for academic excellence in her research into ankle…More on Postgraduate researcher Lekha rewarded for medical technology research
Researchers at the University of Leeds and University of Cambridge…More on Gold nanotubes could help treat asbestos cancer
Dr Catherine Walsh has been awarded a Future Leader Fellowship for her work…More on Dr Catherine Walsh awarded prestigious Future Leader Fellowship
The School of Physics and Astronomy welcomes Dr Gaitee Hussain, the European Space Agency's Head of Science Division, for our annual Bolton Lecture in Astrophysics.
Wednesday 25 November 2020, 17:00 - 18:00More on Other Suns and Other Worlds - Bolton Lecture in Astrophysics 2020
Through the Chemical Looking Glass: what MRI can tell us about molecular processes in consumer products, engineering and batteries
The University of Birmingham's Dr Melanie Britton’s research is at the interface between chemistry, chemical engineering and physics. Melanie is presenting some of her research to Leeds' SMP group.
Wednesday 2 December 2020, 14:00 - 15:00More on Through the Chemical Looking Glass: what MRI can tell us about molecular processes in consumer products, engineering and batteries
Dr Anne Guilbert is an EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Physics, Imperial College London. She is presenting some of her research to our Soft Matter Physics Research Group.
Wednesday 9 December 2020, 14:00 - 15:00More on Mapping Structural Dynamics of Conjugated Polymers