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New facility to develop submarine command teams of the future

14 July 2014

The University of Southampton has launched a new research facility that will help to develop the submarine command teams of the future.


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University of Southampton students gear up for world’s largest student motorsport competition

9 July 2014

University of Southampton students are on track for the world’s biggest student motorsport competition at Silverstone from 9-13 July.


University of Southampton sailing trio takes gold for Great Britain

9 July 2014

Two students and a recent graduate from the University of Southampton scooped gold at the FISU World University Match Racing Championships 2014, which took place in Italy last weekend.


Fit for the frontline? New study identifies the hearing requirements of British soldiers

9 July 2014

University of Southampton researchers, with assistance from the Ministry of Defence, have conducted the first study to identify the hearing requirements of British soldiers fighting on the frontline.


Buddies get ready to welcome Engineering freshers in September

23 June 2014

First years arriving to study Engineering this autumn will get a warm welcome from a team of experienced students ready to support the newcomers in their first few weeks at the University of Southampton.


Frozen Aliens and Superpowers

20 June 2014

To mark National Women in Engineering Day, Design and Technology students from Cowes Enterprise College, IOW, will be learning about ‘Frozen Aliens and Superpowers’ at the University of Southampton on Monday 23 June.


Ship Science graduate awarded MBE

17 June 2014

Ship Science graduate Dr Holly Philips has been awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) for services to Maritime Safety and the community in the Queen's Birthday Honours.


Employing electric vehicles batteries to store energy for the National Grid

16 June 2014

Engineers at the University of Southampton have taken delivery of a large state of the art lithium battery and bidirectional charger as part of their research into how to power the next generation of electric vehicles.


Southampton researchers shortlisted for national public engagement award

9 June 2014

Three University of Southampton research projects have been shortlisted for a national award, which recognises their public engagement work.


Success for ISVR researcher in University-wide Three Minute Thesis contest

6 June 2014

Postgraduate researcher Hannah Shutt from the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) in Engineering and the Environment took second place in the University of Southampton final of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) contest.