Engineering

Engineering at the University of Brighton

Team photo of PHP Cubed

Brighton students take to zero gravity

Our team of engineering students successfully tested their trailblazing technology in zero-gravity conditions in Bordeaux. PHP Cubed – Georgie Crewdson, Tom Critchley, Matteo Pontecorvo, Liam Ardagh and Alex Evans – were one of only two student teams to travel to Bordeaux as part of the European Space Agency’s ‘Fly Your Thesis!’ competition. The team’s experiments…

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Solar car

Here comes the sun car

University of Brighton experts have helped develop a solar-powered car. Built by students from Ardingly College and Ifield Community College in West Sussex, the vehicle has been shipped to Australia where it is taking part in a 3,000 kilometer outback challenge.

University links UK with China to promote sustainable manufacturing

The University of Brighton is linking the UK with China in a bid to promote sustainable approaches to manufacturing.

Building bridges with China

University academics boosted research collaboration and cooperation during visits to China. Promoting the benefits of genetic testing in health and disease applications were the subjects discussed by Professor Yannis Pitsiladis, the University’s Professor of Sport and Exercise Science, during one visit. He and Dr Guan Wang, Research Fellow in the School of Sport and Service…

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Advanced Engineering Building UoB sign

Groundbreaking engine that can clean air

Our researchers have developed a groundbreaking engine that produces exhaust gases cleaner than the air it sucks in. In this extensive feature on BBC SouthEast, our Professor Rob Morgan explains exactly how the engine works and how it can reduce emissions.

Our research is driving the way to zero-emission engines

Ground breaking new engine technology, based on world-leading research at the University of Brighton, is opening the way to production of the worlds’ first near zero-emission heavy internal combustion engine. The CryoPower Cool Combustion process enables recovery of otherwise wasted exhaust heat which is then cooled via the injection of a small amount of liquid…

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Engineering students hit new heights in Belgium

Engineering students from the University of Brighton have been learning valuable skills at the European Space Agency Academy’s Training and Learning Facilities in Belgium. The five students, who are studying either Aeronautical or Mechanical Engineering masters degrees, spent four days at ESEC-Galaxia in Redu, Belgium, in preparation to test their cutting-edge technology in zero-gravity in…

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Opportunities and experience at Brighton

After taking a gap year I was excited to start my degree at Brighton. The course structure offered more opportunities for practical learning compared to other universities and the opportunity to spend a year In Industry working for the MoD gave me a chance to find out what I was really Interested in.  My industry…

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The rewards of learning engineering and a language at Brighton

I always wanted to be an engineer, since I was a kid. I also wanted to experience life abroad to broaden my horizons and learn a language. Studying here at the university was the best way to achieve my goals. I was very excited and proud to come to the University of Brighton, I am…

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Zero G!

The demand for engineers is greater than ever and it’s a fascinating field to get into. I chose Mechanical Engineering as it’s the most diverse course you can do and from that you can go into any aspect of engineering, and practically any technical job. The most interesting aspects of the Mechanical Engineering MEng course…

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