Graphene water filter project takes a step closer to tackling water industry problems

The £1m project led by G2O Water Technologies to develop new, graphene-based water filters has teamed up with water@leeds to bring the technology closer to addressing world-wide water scarcity.

Leeds student is joint winner of the UKESF Scholar of the Year award

BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering student Jamie Tupholme has been named joint UK Electronics Skills Foundation (UKESF) Scholar of the Year at this year’s TechWorks Deep Tech Hub’s awards.

Toilet marketing campaigns in developing countries erode people’s dignity

Dr Dani Barrington, Lecturer in Water, Sanitation and Health in the School of Civil Engineering, has co-authored an article published in The Conversation about the need to invest in safe sanitation.

Professor Nigel Smith awarded Association for Project Management Fellowship

Professor of Project and Transport Infrastructure Management, Nigel Smith, School of Civil Engineering, has become a Fellow of the Association for Project Management.

Landmark campaign to inspire next generation of engineers

The government has named 2018 the Year of Engineering as part of an initiative that will offer young engineers across the UK vast opportunity - a major push to tackle a skills gap.