A robotic device designed to reduce the pain and discomfort of colonoscopy has won a major innovation award.
Professor Hunter has received a prestigious award for excellence in education within the field of microwave engineering and science.
The Schools of Chemical and Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computing, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering have been awarded Athena SWAN Silver award.
The Magnetic Flexible Endoscope, a device which can painlessly examine a human colon to detect signs of disease, was praised at a principal surgical robotics competition last week.
Join us in celebrating International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) on Sunday 23 June by taking a look at the fantastic achievements of women across our Schools.