18 December 2014
The University of Southampton has come out top in the UK for General Engineering in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) results.
14 December 2014
Engineering students from the University of Southampton are embarking on an exciting project to build a satellite to investigate how items fall to Earth from low orbits. It will be launched from the International Space Station (ISS) in 2017/18 and should take up to 18 months to descend and eventually burn up in the planet’s atmosphere.
10 December 2014
A student project from the University’s Spaceflight Society, has reached the finals of an international competition to land experiments on Mars, run by Mars One.
4 December 2014
Four MEng Acoustical Engineering final year students have embarked on a challenging but rewarding group project to build a new type of hearing aid – using Raspberry Pi computers.
30 November 2014
A packed lecture theatre of current students heard five recent graduates talk about what they’ve achieved after graduating from the University of Southampton and pass on advice and top tips on getting started in the world of work.
26 November 2014
A trio of top performing students in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Southampton has received scholarships for the second year in succession thanks to the generosity of the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF).
24 November 2014
Postgraduate aeronautical design students from the University of Southampton have designed the world’s first-ever 3D-printed, rocket-powered space plane.
18 November 2014
Andy Bradbury, one of our longstanding visiting professors in the Faculty, died suddenly on 6 August 2014. His untimely death represents a significant loss to British and international coastal engineering as Andy held many important roles at local and national levels. He was well known as founding Director of the Channel Coastal Observatory based at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton and Head of the Coastal Group at New Forest District Council.
18 November 2014
Biological scientists and other researchers at the University of Southampton are coming together to investigate whether crops not widely grown for food could help feed the world.
17 November 2014
Research by the University of Southampton into a project that analyses the environmental performance of companies has been recognised with an award from The Chartered Institution of Waste Management (CIWM).