New Year Update
Although this post comes quite a lot after the new year, it is the new year for the engineers as we have all just finished our exams. Finally after a grueling few weeks, we have started to get back to the grind of building the car. Due to a few space issues at the university, we are getting different parts of the car built across the country. This has both been a blessing as we have not been forced to rely on only local companies but also a curse as it is a logistical nightmare. However, it is all starting to come together as we move into an intense period of manufacturing.
In other news we have been helping potential applicants to the University on visit days, designed to entice them into Engineering. We have been particularly focusing on the environment in place for Student Led activities and have excited many budding engineers who are all now bored of their A-Levels and can't wait to get to university to start getting their hands dirty with various projects.
We are also lucky enough to have been accepted doing a talk for the Festival of Science. The lineup looks very enticing and we can't wait to share some of the things that we have learnt with members of the public, other students and staff. More information can be seen below:
Over 50 fun, inspiring and free events taking place during March 2017. Everyone welcome.
Sheffield’s Festival of Science & Engineering, celebrating world-class research in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), is back. This diverse programme will fascinate, entertain and engage children, young people and adults alike – with events, talks and activities for all. Events take place all over the city in university labs, lecture theatres, museums, pubs, the Winter Garden and even the Moor Market.
Come and be inspired. Find out how the world around us works, uncover our evolutionary story and experience technologies of the future.
To view the full programme of events and book tickets, visit the festival website: www.scienceweeksy.org.uk
Sheffield Festival of Science and Engineering is brought to you by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University and celebrates British Science Week (find out more at www.britishscienceweek.org).
David Scott Team Principal