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celebrating International women in Engineering day 2022

Join us in taking a look at the fantastic achievements of women across our Faculty

Surgeons in theatre

Medical equipment that can be manufactured at low cost and easily maintained will help extend surgery to the five billion people worldwide who currently cannot get access to it, say researchers.

The  Black Dyke band

A fanfare performed by the Black Dyke Band has marked the official opening of the Sir William Henry Bragg building, a hub for physical sciences and engineering teaching and research at the University.

he fourth Network Wide Event of the GreenTRIBOS joint doctorate programme on Green Tribology for Sustainable Engineering was organised by Technical University of LuleƄ (LTU) in LuleƄ, Sweden.

The fourth Network Wide Event of the GreenTRIBOS joint doctorate programme on Green Tribology for Sustainable Engineering was held recently in Sweden.

Surgeons in an operating theatre in India.

The Research Excellence Framework 2021 Engineering results find that 96% of research outputs submitted by the Faculty of Engineering are "world-leading" and "internationally excellent".