Medway Campus Quiz Medway Campus Quiz As we launch the latest Greenwich Portraits exhibition at Medway, you can test your knowledge with this quick quiz. Home to the Faculty of Engineering & Science and programmes from the Faculty of Education & Health, you will discover a campus rich in history and subject areas with claims to fame you may find surprising…. Which one of the following Nobel Prize winners is a Greenwich alumnus in engineering?*Wole SoyinkaSir Charles KaoPeter HiggsWhat's special about our Drill Hall Library on the Medway Campus?*It was opened by Prince EdwardIt has over 10 miles of shelvingIt's the longest library in EuropeWhich movie was filmed at the nearby Chatham Historic Dockyard?*Thor: The Dark WorldThe MummySherlock HolmesAn artificial cow, developed by the Natural Resources Institute (NRI), was named in a poll as one of the 10 most important discoveries made by a UK university since World War Two. Which disease-carrying insect does it kill?*MosquitoTsetse flySand FlyFor which research and development work did the NRI win its third Queen's Anniversary Prize in 2015?*Pest ControlFood security in the developing worldCassava productionWhat was “Colossus”, created by engineering alumnus Tommy Flowers during World War Two?*A nuclear reactorA shipA computerGreenwich Portraits participant Dr Frances Hawkes works at the NRI. She is involved in pioneering research that tackles which deadly disease?MalariaInfluenzaSmallpoxWhich two universities share the Medway site with the University of Greenwich?*University of Kent & Imperial College LondonLondon Metropolitan University & University of ChathamUniversity of Kent & Canterbury Christ Church UniversityWhen did the first Varsity competition between the Medway and Greenwich campuses take place?*200620102013The Universities at Medway recently hosted the centenary commemoration for the World War One bombing of which of the following buildings?*PembrokePilkingtonDrill Hall This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms. By Dan Stevens|2017-11-17T15:35:16+00:00November 17th, 2017|Categories: Faculty of Engineering & Science| Share This Story. FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle+Email About the Author: Dan Stevens Dan Stevens manages and maintains this website. Related Posts Former Greenwich student Sir Charles Kao – ‘father of fibre optics’, dies age 84 Former Greenwich student Sir Charles Kao – ‘father of fibre optics’, dies age 84 September 24th, 2018 | 0 Comments Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.