Science and Engineering at Ulster


A Short Overview of Science and Engineering

at the University of Ulster

 

Ulster is a university with a national and international reputation for excellence, innovation and regional engagement. The University is home to over 27,000 students and makes a major contribution to the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland, playing a key role in attracting inward investment.

 

Ulster’s core business activities are teaching and learning, widening access to education, research & innovation, and technology & knowledge transfer.

We have a positive impact on the economy and community in Northern Ireland and employs over 3000 staff with an annual turnover of more than £200 million.

We are a major contributor to the Research and Development capacity within Northern Ireland and we impact strongly on local business and industry.

The University has a strong science and engineering research capability across its four campuses, with priorities in areas such as Biomedical Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Computer Science, Sports Science and Bioengineering. These areas perform essential research and teaching that has worldwide industrial impacts.  And Northern Ireland benefits via the university’s networks of centres of excellence, spin-outs, knowledge transfer, consultancy and training initiatives.

 

Engineering Futures and Dr Steve Myers Talk

 
Monday 23rd of February 2015
 

Engineering Futures and Dr Steve Myers Talk

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Tuesday 10th of February 2015

Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Tony Byrne, Professor of Photocatalysis

Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Tony Byrne, Professor of Photocatalysis

When & where Wednesday, 22 October 2014 18:30 at the Jordanstown campus Lecture Theatre 9F03

NIBEC Lecture Series begins in mid - October

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