MSc and PhD students from the School of Engineering & Applied Science took part in a Research Student Poster Competition held on 24 March.
This competition provides a platform to present a poster related to any of research and proved to be a huge success, with many students submitting posters to the competition.
A School prize based on the students' own vote was awarded to Ed Coleridge-Smith for his work on pain free injections and the Astasense sponsored prize for the staff-nominated poster went to Alister Clay for his work on micro gas turbines.
The event succeeded to raise awareness of mutual research activity and provided students with a forum for exchange.
Thanks go to Astasense for sponsoring a prize, and to all staff and students who attended and took part in the event!