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Aeronautical Engineering Summer School at the University of Loughborough for 15-18 year olds

Calling all high-flying international students aged 15 to 18 wanting to learn more about AIRCRAFT DESIGN…

Sign up for this summer’s aeronautical engineering course at the UK’s top-flight… 27 more words

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Rostherne Mere is not just a pretty face

Rostherne Mere is a fantastic site of natural beauty and a special place of interest for wildlife and bird watching. Yet did you know the lake is also a prolific store of carbon? 306 more words

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LSU Dance Competition - 7 & 8th March 2015

Hi guys!

It’s been a while huh? Been pretty busy lately with all sorts of coursework, uni business and street dance rehearsals. Still have all the coursework and uni business to attend to, but this weekend, we reaped the fruits of our rehearsals at the LSU (Loughborough University) dance competition 2015! 296 more words

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Loughborough University Smash World Record

Call us twee but we can’t deny this story caused a few wry smiles around the office. You may remember back in early December when the students and staff of… 215 more words

Prison Talk - Loughborough University

By John Coster

Some useful links to articles referenced during the talk.

G4S prides itself as “the first private company to open and run a prison in the UK”. 300 more words

Training

Sara Bahayi - Afghanistan's First Female Cab Driver

If there’s one thing the team at ADT Taxis won’t stand for – it’s sexism. Despite the comparatively liberal age we live in, the roots of a once patriarchal society still linger. 359 more words

Engaging Research: Open University Media Training

In early January I spent a week at the Open University in Milton Keynes on an engaging research training course funded by NERC.

It was a week where a small group of researchers including myself spent time considering how our research can engage with wider society and key stakeholders, rather than falling into the trap of being very inward focusing on our work as research for research sake, a thought process that is quickly being chased out of academia with a passion for engaging research. 180 more words

Alan Radbourne