Imagine a world where readers can interact with paper like they do in Harry Potter… thanks to Surrey researchers this could come true! The ‘next generation paper’ project will develop a new form of paper that could have links to video clips and more at the touch of a printed button. Discover more about this exciting research:
As our 50th Anniversary celebrations draw to a close we’ve been reflecting on the moments of wonder throughout Surrey’s history. Here are some of our favourites… what’s yours? Find them all here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Our Festival of Wonder saw the University’s 50th Anniversary year end with a bang, as we welcomed alumni and local residents onto campus to share in our momentous birthday party celebrations. Here are the highlights!
We’re extremely proud that the prestigious Guardian League Tables have rated a number of our academic programmes amongst the best in the country, maintaining our position within the top ten places to study in the UK!
On the 9th September 1966 the University of Surrey was formally established with the grant of its Royal Charter. Explore our history and find out how you can get involved in the celebrations: [ Ow.ly Link ]
As part of our #Surrey50 anniversary celebrations, University of Surrey Physics Professor and BBC Radio 4’s The Life Scientific presenter Jim Al-Khalili meets special guest Brian Blessed. Now a Surrey resident, Brian is well known locally for his patronage of the Guildford Shakespeare Company and is one of the country’s best known, most highly respected and loved actors. Listen live to his... View details ⇨
As part of our #Surrey50 anniversary celebrations, University of Surrey Physics Professor and BBC Radio 4’s The Life Scientific presenter Jim Al-Khalili meets special guest Mark Evans. TV presenter, vet, science explorer and petrol-head, Mark enjoys an unusual but exciting career! Listen live to Jim picking his brains.
In celebration of our #Surrey50 anniversary year, Sean McNamara, former student and head of the GSA, hosts his inaugural ‘In conversation with…’ along with GSA graduates Emma Barton and Ian Kelsey, and one of Britain’s best loved and multi-award winning actresses Dame Penelope Keith.
Happy International Nurses Day! We’re so proud of our student nurses, and the great things they achieve once they graduate. Read about child nursing graduate Jocelyn Hall’s experience of Surrey, and find out where her career has taken her:
This week we’ve been learning more about one of our wonderful moments in history – cleaning up space junk! Surrey Space Centre showcased their RemoveDEBRIS project at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition last year. The Royal Society made this video to demonstrate how the amazing mission plans to help clean up space junk:
It’s Sun Awareness Week! Last year, Professor Jane Ogden published a research paper showing that people are more likely to use sun cream if they can see the damage that sun can do to their skin. This has important implications for encouraging people to protect themselves from the sun: