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Theatre of Engineering showcased Think Inside The Box, a series of interactive cubes each containing representations of the different disciplines of engineering, at Get Up to Speed with STEM, April 2018. Young people experienced a virtual reality flight through the solar system, learnt to engineer earthquake-resistant buildings, and tried their hands at keyhole surgery. They met Wobbly, a self-balancing robot demonstrating automated control; raced against the clock to wire up a control panel to launch a space rocket; discovered how fractional distillation produces rocket fuel; and explored how different materials are used in aviation and mechanical engineering. Along the way, they collected stamps on a card. Thanks to our friends at Sent Into Space – a startup company founded and run by two graduates of the University of Sheffield – the completed stamp cards were sent into space, with each young person receiving a certificate. Watch the video above to see the cards' and images of them above the earth!
SELA wishes to thank Sent Into Space for making the launch of the cards possible.
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© University of Sheffield 2018
Latest Tweet @SELASheffield
Contact Us
Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy University of Sheffield Faculty of Engineering 36-38 Victoria Street Sheffield S3 7QB United Kingdom Email: sela@sheffield.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0)114 222 4033 Head of SELA Dr Gary C Wood SFHEA
Theatre of Engineering.
Theatre of Engineering showcased Think Inside The Box, a series of interactive cubes each containing representations of the different disciplines of engineering, at Get Up to Speed with STEM, April 2018. Young people experienced a virtual reality flight through the solar system, learnt to engineer earthquake-resistant buildings, and tried their hands at keyhole surgery. They met Wobbly, a self-balancing robot demonstrating automated control; raced against the clock to wire up a control panel to launch a space rocket; discovered how fractional distillation produces rocket fuel; and explored how different materials are used in aviation and mechanical engineering. Along the way, they collected stamps on a card. Thanks to our friends at Sent Into Space – a startup company founded and run by two graduates of the University of Sheffield – the completed stamp cards were sent into space, with each young person receiving a certificate. Watch the video above to see the cards' and images of them above the earth!
SELA wishes to thank Sent Into Space for making the launch of the cards possible.
Find out how you can get involved:
© University of Sheffield 2018
Contact Us
Sheffield Engineering Leadership Academy University of Sheffield Faculty of Engineering 36-38 Victoria Street Sheffield S3 7QB United Kingdom Email: sela@sheffield.ac.uk Telephone: +44 (0)114 222 4033 Head of SELA Dr Gary C Wood SFHEA
Theatre of Engineering.
Theatre of Engineering showcased Think Inside The Box, a series of interactive cubes each containing representations of the different disciplines of engineering, at Get Up to Speed with STEM, April 2018. Young people experienced a virtual reality flight through the solar system, learnt to engineer earthquake-resistant buildings, and tried their hands at keyhole surgery. They met Wobbly, a self-balancing robot demonstrating automated control; raced against the clock to wire up a control panel to launch a space rocket; discovered how fractional distillation produces rocket fuel; and explored how different materials are used in aviation and mechanical engineering. Along the way, they collected stamps on a card. Thanks to our friends at Sent Into Space – a startup company founded and run by two graduates of the University of Sheffield – the completed stamp cards were sent into space, with each young person receiving a certificate. Watch the video above to see the cards' and images of them above the earth!
SELA wishes to thank Sent Into Space for making the launch of the cards possible.