Deputy High Commissioner views the revolutionary Dearman engine

2019-02-01T10:48:20+00:00January 21st, 2019|Dearman in the News|

A top UK Government diplomat in India visited the University of Birmingham to discover how research experts might work with policymakers and partners in the country’s south-eastern states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Deputy High Commissioner Hyderabad Andrew Fleming visited the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education to find out more about the University’s world-renowned railway research into areas such as metro and high-speed rail.

Hosted by the University’s India Institute, he also toured the Birmingham Energy Institute, viewing a number of world firsts, including the cryogenic energy storage unit and the first engine to run on liquid air – the Dearman engine.

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