Congratulations to Professor Nigel Linge, who has been made an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Telecommunications Professionals (ITP).
BOOK your place now for the scientific debate of the year!
Science Question Time comes to Salford on Thursday, 22 October at 6pm as part of the Manchester Science Festival.
SALFORD University will be hosting some of the star attractions at the 2015 Manchester Science Festival when it gets underway next week.
If you thought your phone bill was expensive, UK telecoms regulator Ofcom just announced an inflation-busting price hike that will triple the licence fees paid by UK mobile network operating companies. The likes of EE, O2, Vodafone and Three must pay the government to use the 900MHz and 1800MHz radio frequency spectrum bands, which from October next year will cost the industry £199.6m per year.
ENGINEERS have been awarded £1.6M by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to help the UK make better use of millions of hours of sound recordings.
A SOLUTION to Britain’s motorway delays nightmare is a long way off, according to Civil Engineering lecturer Saad Yousif.
Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October (10:00 - 16:00) University of Salford, MediaCityUK campus Free entry, ideal for the whole family
The University of Salford at MediaCityUK mutates into a massive, open doors science experiment, bringing together demos, debates, art/science premieres and Oculus Rift virtual reality experiences. Come along for drawing with drones, play with musical robots, step back in digital history from analogue TV to 4k film, make a bacterial selfie, see a colour changing shrimp, take part in a Science Question Time, and much more!
Bringing little ones to the event? Why not download our competition flyer and bring this along to Salford Science Jam! The best idea will win tickets to the Museum of Science and Industry’s 4D Cinema and lunch in the museum cafe for a family of four.
PROFESSOR Miklas Scholz - Chair in Civil Engineering – was guest professor in July at the top-ranked University of Electronic Science and Technology in China.
Tickets for the School of Computing, Science and Engineering’s upcoming end of year celebration – the Newton Ball - are now on sale now and can be purchased from the Students’ Union events page.
A student has been awarded the BBC Technology Apprentice of the Year award and, thanks to taking part in an innovative apprenticeship partnership with the broadcaster, is promised a bright career in the broadcast industry.