New technology that can monitor nanoparticles in real-time could accelerate the production of advanced consumer products, including drugs that are key to improving the health of a growing population.
A new type of ‘self-optimising’ chemical manufacturing technology, which incorporates Artificial Intelligence into its design, has resulted in reduced costs and shorter production times.
The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences Partnership Awards is an annual event to give recognition and thanks to staff and students in the Faculty.
The award, in memory of Dr Margaret Steel, is a generous £1000 prize awarded to female students who showed a particular aptitude for innovation and want to develop an idea.
A new teaching and research facility for the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences has been formally handed over to the University by construction company BAM.