Creating Knowledge Conference 2019

A reminder that the call for abstracts for the Creating Knowledge Conference 2019 closes this Friday, 22nd March at noon. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and can be submitted using this form. The University Creating Knowledge Conference will take place on Monday 17 June 2019 at City Campus, and will provide an opportunity for our…

New Experimental and Computational Continuum Mechanics facility

Torsten Schenkel and David Asquith from the Department of Engineering and Mathematics have been awarded HEFCE HEIF funding for the development of a new facility that will consolidate considerable investment in research and measurement equipment over the last 4 years. They are currently finalising the infrastructure for the new Experimental and Computational Continuum Mechanics Facility…

Athena Swan Bronze Award

We are delighted to announce that the joint application between the department of Engineering and Mathematics and MERI for an Athena SWAN Bronze award has been successful. This national award recognises our commitment towards achieving gender equality for students and staff, and will be valid until November 2021.  This award: Is recognised by UKRI (formerly…

2018 C3RI Postgraduate Research conference

Don’t forget to book your ticket to IMPACT 2018, our first conference exploring the impact doctoral research makes to society. Every year we invite PhDs in all disciplines to come and join us and explore issues and practices relevant to doctoral research. If you would like to attend IMPACT book here. There are full details…

SCIENTIFIC PROOF: Driven to his death, Mystery of motorcyclist body on M4

Chris Sammon, professor of polymer science at the University’s Materials and Engineering Research Institute (MERI) appeared on BBC 1 Wales, The Crash Detectives. The series goes inside the cordon with Gwent Police’s dedicated forensic collision investigators, as they deal with serious incidents on the roads. In a forensic science lab at the University, Prof. Sammon used…