Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Dig deep into our Christmas stocking and discover the many different ways that science makes the festive season what it is – and can even improve it!
Matthias Noebels and Dr Mathaios Panteli provide an update on the resilience of the UK’s electricity network as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
We’ve selected the most striking black-and-white images to best document our science and engineering heritage. Come and take a look!
Find out how Manchester is looking to promote greater diversity across its School of Engineering – by inspiring the next generation of engineers.
See how science and engineering at Manchester has changed through the years with a specially selected series of photographs, from 1887 up to today.
Take a trip down memory lane and see – in pictures – how science and engineering at The University of Manchester has evolved over time.
In this episode of The Buzz, we chat to a couple of the Faculty of Science and Engineering’s own engineers and ask them what we can do to inspire more girls to choose engineering as both a study and career choice.
Sir John Cockcroft helped to prevent an even bigger disaster when fire broke out at the Windscale nuclear facility in 1957. Find out how.
This week we have a guest post on resilience of the UK’s electricity network during periods of crisis – and how the lights are being kept on during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hear from the winners of our International and Indian Excellence Scholarship Awards, recognised for their outstanding pre-university academic performance.