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Leverhulme Fellowship allows Vanessa Diaz to "imagine the impossible"

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Leverhulme Fellowship allows Vanessa Diaz to "imagine the impossible"
  • Dr Vanessa Diaz awarded Leverhulme Trust Fellowship
  • Research will focus on modelling atherosclerosis.

Dr Sunthar Mahalingam wins international young researcher award

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Dr S Mahalingam

Many congratulations to Dr Sunthar Mahalingam, whose excellent work in materials science research has earned him an international Young Researchers Award, to be presented today.

Dr Paul Hellier: Fuelling the Future

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Dr Paul Hellier, UCL Mechanical Engineering

UCL Mechanical Engineering Senior Research Associate Dr Paul Hellier specialises in exploring future fuel strategies including biofuels. After recently winning additional funding from the EPSRC he spoke to us about tweaking algae, coffee-based energy and tomorrow's fuels.

The new Pindelski-Barrack Bursary: Alumni fund places for MechEng undergraduates

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UCL MechEng students in Munich
  • Bursary open to applications from current offer holders for 2015/16 academic year
  • Awards will cover full undergraduate fees

Royal Navy honours Dan Hall with YARD Prize

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Lt Daniel Hall receives YARD prize

The UK Royal Navy has honoured recent UCL MechEng student Lt Daniel Hall RN with the Navy’s YARD Prize 2014.

Cover story: "Creating optically tunable protein bubbles..."

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Prof Mohan Edirisinghe

The January 2015 issue of Langmuir, the American Chemical Society Journal of Surfaces and Colloids, features the work from Professor Mohan Edirisinghe's Biomaterials Processing Group on its cover.

Prized naval architect Jeom Kee Paik joins UCL MechEng team

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Professor Jeom Kee Paik

Professor Jeom Kee Paik, whose research interests are safety studies and design of ships and offshore structures associated with extreme and accidental conditions, will work within the department’s renown Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (NAME) section.

REF 2014: The impact behind the power

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At the end of last year, the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HECFE) released figures confirming UCL’s status as a preeminent research powerhouse in the UK. UCL’s number one ranking, in terms of research power, in the REF 2014 research exercise, reflects work right across the spectrum from the arts to science and of course engineering.

Stuff really matters: Mark Miodownik wins Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books

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Huge congratulations to Mark Miodowinik, Professor of Materials and Society, at UCL Mechanical Engineering who was unanimously awarded the 2014 Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books for his book: Stuff Matters: The Strange Stories of the Marvellous Materials That Shape Our Man Made World. This prestigious annual prize is awarded for outstanding books that celebrate popular science and is open to authors of science books written for a non-specialist audience.

Biomaterials EPSRC hat-trick to help launch academic careers

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Bio-Materials EPSRC grant hat-trick launches careers

Just like that.

These three UCL MechEng PhD researchers have taken their next career steps courtesy of a hat-trick of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grant wins for the department’s Biomaterials Processing laboratory, lead by Professor Mohan Edirisinghe.

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