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Professor John Penny joined the Mechanical Engineering department (now part of the School of Engineering and Applied Science) in 1963 as a Research Fellow. Over the course of his career at the University, John has been a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Head of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Research in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Now Emeritus Professor of Engineering, he reflects on fifty years of change, success and innovation.

Our August Sparxx of the Month, Emma England, is a loads and aeroelastics engineer at Airbus who sits on the Women's Engineering Society Young Members' Board. Emma was encouraged to consider engineering by her maths teacher and completed a Year in Industry at Rolls-Royce before studying Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Bristol. She is currently supporting the A330neo aircraft programme.


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