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Study for safer, cleaner and cheaper hydrogen power
A project to develop a new way of storing hydrogen in buses has been launched by academics from London South Bank University (LSBU), School of the Built Environment and Architecture.
Energy efficient vehicle designed for Shell Eco-marathon
A team of engineering students at London South Bank University have designed an ultra-fuel-efficient car to be put to the test on the track at the 2017 Shell Eco-marathon. The competition, now in its 33rd year, brings together approximately 200 universities from around Europe, challenging students to create vehicles which use as little fuel or electricity as possible. Six students, supervised by Senior Lecturer in Electronic Engineering...
World’s first anti-interference system for mobile devices
London South Bank University (LSBU) and Hughes Electronics have developed a world first connector to combat interference on mobile networks. The ‘WaveWay’ connector has been researched, developed and tested in LSBU’s state-of-the-art Anechoic Chamber, by LSBU’s BioMEdical and Communications (BiMEC) research group and local firm Hughes Electronics.
LSBU student designs innovative bicycle lock to stop petty theft
London South Bank University (LSBU) engineering student Bryn Burbidge has received an award for his integrated bike lock at the New Designers 2016, an annual event where 3,000 of the most promising graduate talents from Britain’s leading design courses exhibit. Bryn presented at New Designers 2016 with a selection of the best students from the LSBU BSc(hons) Product Design course.