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Sam Attias won BP Prize and Oxford Engineering Alumni Prize for best overall exhibition
Rhiannon Heard wins best poster prize
Oxford Engineering Science Student Named One of the Most Promising Scientists in the UK
Matthew R. Ryder (Balliol College), has been nominated for and awarded many awards throughout his research, including recently the prestigious British Zeolite Association’s (BZA) Founders' Award for the most promising postgraduate scientist working in the area of micro/mesoporous science.
Engineering Science students are Boat Race winners
Congratulations to Department of Engineering Science students, James Cook (Keble College) and Samuel Collier (New College), who were part of this year’s winning men’s Boat Race team. The Boat Race is one of the oldest and most iconic events in the sporting calendar. A reported 400,000 people watched the 163rd Boat Race along the banks of the River Thames in London.
The damaging consequences of FIBing
Widely used microscopy technique has unintended consequences new research reveals
Top 50 Articles of 2016: Materials Chemistry and Nanoscience
One of the most read articles in Chemical Sciences in 2016
5th LIMA Users Club Meeting - 15th of March 2017
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) is pleased to announce that it will hold its 5th Users Club Meeting on the 15th of March 2017 in the Department of Engineering Science (LR7, IEB).
4th LIMA Users Club Meeting - 20th April 2016
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) is pleased to announce that it will hold its 4th Users Club Meeting on the 20th of April 2016 in LR7 in the Department of Engineering Science.
How can engineers make steel that doesn't baulk at hydrogen?
For over 100 years engineers have known that hydrogen can cause metals to become incredibly brittle, but they've been able to do little to protect against it. Now, Oxford University researchers are working on a large collaborative project to build the metals of the future, that can retain their strength in the presence of this disruptive gas.
Testing the thermal tolerance of the fusion reactors of the future
Oxford University researchers have developed a new method that makes it possible to study whether the deterioration of nuclear fusion reactor materials in the face of extreme radiation may cause catastrophic thermal failure.
Celebrating 25th Anniversary of the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Solid Mechanics
To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC), the Department of Engineering Science Solid Mechanics Group recently held a celebratory event that not only looked back on the UTC’s achievements but also marked the development of this special partnership.
Direct Methods Workshop
6th-8th September 2015
3rd LIMA Users Club Meeting - 19th March 2015
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) is pleased to announce that it will hold its 3rd Users Club Meeting on Thursday, the 19th of March 2015 in the Department of Engineering Science (Lecture Room 3, Thom Building).
Vibrations reveal how material 'takes a breath'
Interview with Matthew Ryder, a DPhil student in the Multifunctional Materials & Composites (MMC) Laboratory at Oxford University's Department of Engineering Science
The Oxford University Technology Centre in Solid Mechanics celebrates it's first 25 Years
Dr Tuncay Yalcinkaya is awarded the 2014 ESAFORM Prize
Professor Antoine Jerusalem honoured by the Young Scientist program at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the New Champions
Professor Antoine Jerusalem has been honoured by the World Economic Forum by being invited to contribute to the Young Scientist program, an initiative convening leaders from across the science and technology communities for the Forum’s 2014 Annual Meeting of the New Champions.
2nd LIMA Users Club Meeting - 11th March 2014
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) is pleased to announce that it will hold its 2nd Users Club Meeting on the 11th of March 2014 in the Department of Engineering Science.
Daniel Drodge wins best paper award at SEM conference
Deben ensure the future of In-situ Microscopy at Oxford University
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) in the Department of Engineering Science is pleased to announce a 3 year sponsorship agreement with one of the leading manufacturers of in-situ mechanical testing equipment – Deben UK Ltd.
Happy Birthday LIMA!
The Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) is celebrating its first birthday! We had a great year, with a few hiccups, but we would not have made it so far without the support and on many occasions patience of all LIMA Users.
Rodolfo Fleury has recently been awarded first prize in the "Young Stress Analyst Competition for 2013"
Nik Petrinic made Professor of Engineering Science
Nik Petrinic is recognised by the University with the title of Professor of Engineering Science.
1st LIMA Users Club Meeting – 20th March 2013
Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA) Users Club Meeting