The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 was established in 1850 by Her Majesty Queen Victoria to organise the first world trade fair and over the past 164 years it has supported the academic development of some of Britain's brightest new talent, through its fellowship and scholarship sche
A start-up company formed at the University of Edinburgh has won this year's 2015 Converge Challenge Award - Scotland's premier company creation competition jointly funded by the Scottish Funding Council and Scotland's eight research-intensive universities. The win is further recognition that the university's commercialisation arm, Edinburgh Research and Innovation (ERI), is now seen as one of the most successful 'drivers' of science and technology company formation in the UK.
Dr Maria-Chiara Ferrari has been shortlisted for the Women of the Future ("WOF") Awards, the movement recognising and nurturing young female talent in the UK, announced on Monday. The Awards, now in its 10th year and supported by headline sponsor Aviva, are open to women aged 35 or under and cel
Professor Harald Haas, Chair of Mobile Communications and Director of the Li-Fi Research and Development Centre at the University of Edinburgh and co author Dr Marco Di Renzo, researcher with Laboratory of Signals and Systems (L2S) have been awarded the Jack Neubauer Memorial Award for the best s
Professor Khellil Sefiane was received by the president of Kyushu University, Professor Chiharu KUBO on the 7th of July 2015 to be presented with an appointment letter. Professor Khellil Sefiane is appointed as Professor at Kyushu University for the year 2015.
Powering a new generation of energy systems: Artemis Intelligent Power wins the UK’s premier engineering prize.
HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, last night presented the UK's longest running and most prestigious prize for engineering innovation to a team from Artemis Intelligent Power. Managing Director Dr Niall Caldwell, Operations Director Pierre Joly, Chairman Dr Win Rampen FREng, Non-Executive Director Professor Stephen Salter FRSE and Chief Engineer Dr Uwe Stein were announced as the winners of the 2015 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award at the Academy's annual Awards Dinner at the Landmark Hotel in London. HRH The Duke of Edinburgh is the Academy’s Senior Fellow.