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Civil and Structural Engineering student nominated for National Undergraduate Employer Award
Congratulations to Civil and Structural Engineering student George Sheppard who has been nominated for the ‘Best Placement Student’ at the National Undergraduate Employer Awards.
New blast laboratory to help protect against terrorist attacks
A new world class laboratory that is set to develop an unprecedented insight into the behaviour of explosives - data which could help to improve the UK’s ability to protect against terrorist attacks - is being launched by engineers at the University
Wood burners triple harmful indoor air pollution, study finds
In a study led by Rohit Chakraborty, a Grantham Scholar in the deparmtent it's found that wood stoves certified for indoor use are emitting harmful levels of particulate matter.Published by The Guardian
Yorkshire Water partnership at the heart of innovative AI pollution prevention solution.
The department, Yorkshire Water and Siemens Digital Industries have joined forces to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce wastewater network blockages and pollution.Published by Yorkshire Water
What happens when a bomb explodes?
Watch this video showing the fantastic work of Dr Sam Clarke and Dr Sam Rigby at our Blast Laboratory where they work with the Ministry of Defence on the impact of explosions at close range.
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