The James Dyson Foundation have created STEM Challenge Cards designed for both children and adults to get stuck into experiments at home.
James Cummins, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, has been awarded a national scholarship which offers financial support to a number of talented engineering students in the UK.
As part of the Year of Engineering, EPSRC has awarded a multidisciplinary team led by Dr Peter Culmer £253,000 for a project on developing in-shoe sensors to help prevent diabetic foot ulcers.
A new drive to develop skills in the medical technologies sector will be led by the University of Leeds as part of a £6.1 million investment from the Higher Education Council for England (HEFCE).
iMBE and EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Medical Devices (MeDe Innovation) won The Engineer magazine’s Academic Innovator award at the Collaborate to Innovate (C2I) Awards 2017.