Keep up-to-date with the latest news from the University of Surrey. From high profile research discoveries to stories about the people at the heart of our thriving academic community, read on to find out what’s happening at Surrey and how our work is making an impact on the world.
Surrey’s Nuclear Physics Group has won a £3m grant from STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council) to fund three years of experimental and theoretical research – which will have knock-on benefits in healthcare, the nuclear industry and other sectors.
Dr Zhenhua Feng has won the European Association for Biometrics Industry Award 2017 for his development of an algorithm which enables facial landmark detection in ‘uncontstrained’ situations.
Dr Melaine Coward, Professor Ruby Wax and VIP guests discussed how we can combat the stigma around mental health at special panel event.
If you love Winnie-the-Pooh, don’t miss the opportunity to hear more about the artist behind the wonderful illustrations – E H Shepard.
The first intake of students for the University of Surrey's Sport and Exercise Science programme have graduated with flying colours.
Congratulations to graduate and former Students’ Union president Emily Bollon who has received an award for motivating people in the community through her music, singing lessons and gospel choirs.
Pancreatic cancer patients currently face a five-year survival rate of only seven per cent, but a new technique based on advanced biomaterials could help improve outcomes by enabling cancer treatments to be evaluated more accurately.
"The research culture we have at Surrey is supportive, sociable and inspiring which makes a staggering difference to my perspective, outlook and motivation."
University of Surrey engineering technician David Fishlock, who has worked at the University for over 38 years, was awarded a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award' at Eagle FM’s 2017 Local Heroes awards.