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ESA Concurrent Engineering Challenge 2017 Success
A team of students from four Departments and two Faculties of the University of Strathclyde successfully completed the ESA Concurrent Engineering Challenge 2017
Strathclyde partners with Ulster in £6 million energy project
The University of Strathclyde is lending its wind turbine materials expertise to a £6m EU project aimed at developing renewable energy storage solutions. The project aims to develop a range of consumer-owned energy storage devices to help meet current and future electricity market needs. It follows the UK Government’s announcement of a complete transformation of how energy will be generated, stored and used in future.
Our academics are helping to define a roadmap for an operational UK launch system by 2030
Our academics were awarded funding from the UK Space Agency to develop a detailed roadmap for a commercially viable launch system for small satellites. The consortium is led by Orbital Access Ltd in partnership with several UK-based companies.
1st for Mechanical Engineering in Scotland
Weir Advanced Research Centre
We're working closely with the Weir Group on a range of projects, including the design of new and improved products for global markets.