Yesterday Dr Tony Flinn, CEO of Humber Chemical Focus visited our Department of Chemical Engineering, and took time with Prof Stewart (Head of Engineering), Prof Pistorius (Vice Chancellor), Prof David Hay (PVC Research), Steve Kelly (Dean of Science and Engineering) and Dr Phil Rubini (Head of Chemical Engineering) to discuss the development of our relationship […]
Following visits by Professor John Hay, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research & Enterprise) and other University staff to the Universidade de São Paulo (USP), a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and an International Academic Agreement between the two institutions have now been signed by the Rector of USP and our Vice-Chancellor. USP is 11th in the world in the […]
The green light has been given to build the Humber’s first University Technology College (UTC). Backed by businesses in the region, the £11m investment will give young people the specialist skills they need for careers in the engineering and renewable energy industries. The Humber UTC will be established in Scunthorpe and will create 70 new […]
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European Electric Vehicle Congress. Brussels, 2nd to 5th December 2014 Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Vehicles are ready: Challenges, Opportunities and Outlook. A conference aimed at developing Synergies ! As you may know, the last edition of the European Electric Vehicle Congress gathered 393 delegates from 43 countries. In total, 232 presentations have been made. EEVC therefore clearly strengthens its position as premier global European platform to […]