Nanomaterials - the smallest solutions to the world's biggest problems? | Taster Lecture 28 March


Materials Science and Engineering taster session

This taster session gives you an insight into studying Material Science and Engineering at university.

When: Monday 28 March 2022, 4:00pm - 5:30pm


Age Group: Year 12/IB1 and Year 13/IB2

Special requirements: The typical IB entry requirements for this BEng course are 34 with 6,5 in two of HL Maths, Physics or Chemistry. The typical A Level entry requirements for this BEng course are: AAB including two of Maths, Physics or Chemistry.


Nanomaterials - the smallest solutions to the world's biggest problems?


Have you ever wished that you could really help people to have more sustainable lifestyles? With materials you can! Because manufacturing requires substantial amounts of energy, creating greener materials by developing new materials and processes, higher performance materials for energy storage and generation, as well as focusing on waste management has the potential for massive energy savings.


This Materials Science & Engineering Taster Session, will provide a taste of the breadth of the science and engineering skills required in the Materials Sector featuring examples from the work of academics in the Department; in particular examples involving nanomaterial and nanoscience in the hunt for new batteries and solar cells.