UCL Engineering launched a brand new series of virtual lectures exploring hot topics in STEM and key research across our departments.
For six, exciting weeks throughout spring/summer 2021, we held a series of stimulating and thought-provoking lectures on several STEM-related topics.
All lectures were free to attend and open to anyone wanting to discover more about these fascinating subjects. Each week, we were introduced to a different academic expert at UCL, with each host excited to highlight and share their ideas and their research with the audience. Spring into STEM lectures are designed to prompt us all to think creatively about how we can apply innovative STEM solutions and novel approaches to the complexities of the world around us.
If you missed a live lecture or simply want to view any of the recordings again, choose from the available list below (more added each week), and be sure to join us again next year for even more exciting lectures and disruptive thinking.
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- Stem Cells and Gene Therapies
- Vaccine Manufacture
- Crunching the Numbers: How Can Data Science Improve Manufacturing?
- Chemical Engineering in Physiology and Clinical Medicine
- The World of Petrochemicals for chemical engineers – past, present, future
- Soft Robotics - Hard Problems
- Computational modelling: the heart of the matter
- Sustainable Biorefining - how can we make fuels, medicines and other useful compounds from seaweed?
- Kickstart your journey as a Chemical Engineer at UCL
- Synthetic Biology and The Circular Economy
- Smart technologies for sustainable buildings
- Virus Lasers
- Designing clean and efficient sustainable future fuels
- Radiation Physics in Medicine
- Process Intensification in the Chemical Industry
- Engineering Medical Technology
- Making Siri More Like Us: The Neuromorphic Approach
- Seeing inside metal 3D printing with X-ray vision
- Teaching Process Plant Design at UCL Chemical Engineering
- Sustainable Water Management