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Ship Design Team awarded Five Year $500,000 Grant

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Ship Design Team awarded Five Year $500k grant

Complex spatial relationships and systems routing may be incorporated into early stage design by configurational approaches to be developed during the five year project

Professor Edirisinghe appointed as fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

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Prof Mohan Edirisinghe

Professor Mohan Edirisinghe, our Bonfield Chair of Biomaterials and Professor Angela Sasse, Head of Information Security Research at UCL Computer Science are among 50 new Fellows elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering.

US National Academies laud Mark Miodownik's "Stuff Matters"

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Mark Miodownik with UCL President & Provost Professor Michael Arthur

UCL's Professor of Materials and Society, Mark Miodownik (left), will need to prepare another acceptance speech, as his popular material science book has won a prestigious US award for popular science communication.

Cover story: “Coupling Infusion and Gyration for the Nanoscale Assembly of Functional Polymer Nanofibers..."

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Macromolecular Rapid Communications July 2015 : Cover

Research from UCL Mechanical Engineering’s Biomaterials Processing Lab graces another front cover - the featured article in the July issue of Wiley’s Macromolecular Rapid Communications journal.

MechEng undergrads to mentor local schools in global STEM initiative

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Support for F1 in Schools includes mentoring and three annual bursaries to study mechanical engineering at UCL

UCL MechEng students head to Rotterdam with a Euro vision

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Team Hydrone

Never mind Eurovision. There is another big European competition coming up and UCL has a very stylish looking entry.

Review paper on engineering micro-organisms for designer fuels production

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Engine testing of a fuel from micro algae

What should future sustainable fuels from genetically engineered micro-organisms be so that they are cleaner burning and more efficient than the fossil fuels and current crop-derived biofuels they might replace?

Professor Paik claims William Froude Medal for Naval Architecture

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Professor Jeom Kee Paik, who joined UCL Mechanical Engineering in January, has won The Royal Institution of Naval Architects' (RINA) highest professional honour, the William Froude Medal.

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.

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