18 May 2015
Four students from Engineering and the Environment have been recognised by the University of Southampton Students' Union (SUSU) for their volunteering efforts over the past year. Jack Merrifield, Lydia Butler, Shruti Verma and Andrew Clarke all combined studying for their degrees with making a difference to the wider community.
8 May 2015
The ability that some people have to use echoes to determine the position of an otherwise silent object, in a similar way to bats and dolphins, requires good high-pitch hearing in both ears, according to new research from the University of Southampton.
6 May 2015
Debris from the US Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) F13 satellite, which recently exploded in orbit, could pose a threat to other spacecraft and missions according to new research from the University of Southampton.
29 April 2015
Southampton’s Auditory Implant Service has celebrated 25 years of helping deaf adults and children to hear.
29 April 2015
On Friday 1 May, University of Southampton alumnus Lawrence Walters (Ship Science, 2014) will be rowing the Atlantic Ocean in support of The Brain Tumour Charity.
22 April 2015
Last week a group of Master of Engineering (MEng) students carried out a successful first test of a hybrid rocket motor, designed to produce 400 N of thrust, as part of their final year Group Design Project (GDP).
20 April 2015
Engineering students scooped both first and second prizes in the hotly-contested national Eurobot robotics contest beating teams from other universities*; they will go on to represent the UK in the international final in Switzerland next month.
15 April 2015
Engineering and the Environment have had another successful year in this year’s Universities Business Challenge (UBC).
2 April 2015
Environmental Sciences student Sarah Muskett was named as the Outstanding Student at the 2015 University of Southampton Sustainability Action Awards. She spent last summer carrying out sustainability audits of Methodist churches in the south, helping communities to reduce their carbon footprint and save money.
1 April 2015
‘Medic!’, ‘Hold fire!’ and grid references are amongst the highest priorities for soldiers to be able to hear while on duty, according to new research from the University of Southampton.