Department of Engineering

  • Accelerating the transition to a zero carbon world

  • Best Student Paper at the Indian Symposium on Offshore Geotechnics

  • New electromagnetic device could catapult advances in mechanobiology research into the clinical arena

  • New program aiming to accelerate molecular discovery

  • New films highlight impact of partnership between IfM and local hospitals

Undergraduate Study

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Graduate Study

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Research

Discover the six academic divisions and four strategic themes that make up our Department and learn about their research interests and the projects being carried out.

Latest news

Accelerating the transition to a zero carbon world

25 Jan 2023

A number of Cambridge engineers have been awarded funding for various research projects focused on energy transitions to achieve net zero carbon by 2050.

Best Student Paper at the Indian Symposium on Offshore Geotechnics

23 Jan 2023

PhD student Karthy Natarajan was awarded the Best Student Paper at the Indian Symposium on Offshore Geotechnics (ISOG) 2022

New electromagnetic device could catapult advances in mechanobiology research into the clinical arena

17 Jan 2023

A new electromagnetic device that enables high-precision measurements of a broad range of soft biological tissues, has established a new standard of precision in the mechanobiology field.