Professor Raffaella Ocone, from the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, was recently invited to deliver a lecture for the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), Scotland South West Network.
The invited lecture, which took place in 16 January at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, was part of a series for the IET, which has more than 150,000 members in 127 countries.
Heriot-Watt Alumni from a variety of disciplines came together in February for dinner in Aberdeen with leading figures for the university and industry discussing the developments in oil, gas and renewable research and teaching at Heriot-Watt.
DEM Solutions and the University of Edinburgh formalize strategic relationship to enable greater collaboration and knowledge transfer between the two leaders at the forefront of research, application and adoption of DEM simulation of bulk materials.
The Summer Science Exhibition showcases the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology research. It provides a unique opportunity for members of the public to interact with scientists and ask them questions about their work.
Competition for the exhibition is very strong and the University has achieved success by attaining invitations to host two stands in July 2014.
A new £10 million innovation hub, which will bring together Scottish universities, including Heriot-Watt, with industry partners has been launched in Glasgow by Fergus Ewing, MSP, Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism.
Heather May, who graduated with a First Class MEng in Chemical Engineering in June 2013, has received a prestigious Graduate Prize from the Salters' Institute. She received her award from Mr Mark Callingham, Master of Salters Company and Sir William Castell, Chairman of the Wellcome Trust, who delivered the address at the prize giving ceremony on 29th November.