“Twenty minutes of Engineering” is a novel series of short informal talks, offered by academics and researchers at Lancaster’s Engineering Department, on cutting edge engineering research themes.

The friendly and relaxed lunch time atmosphere of the break-out area, in the Engineering Building, will resonate of the state of the art in advanced manufacturing, new materials, terahertz, photonics, renewable energies, including wave, tidal and wind, bioenergy and biomass utilisation, nuclear and chemical engineering and many other exciting topics.

The “Twenty minutes of Engineering” talks are thought for a wider audience that wishes to be updated on the latest advancements in Engineering, without the depth and the detail of regular seminars.

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