Department of Engineering

  • Dr Luca Magri has been awarded the prestigious Hans Fischer Fellowship and the Bernard Lewis Fellowship

  • How microchips could help detect prostate cancer

  • A new era for apprenticeships at Cambridge

  • Owlstone Medical scoops the UK’s most prestigious award for engineering innovation

  • Photography Competition 2018

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Dr Luca Magri has been awarded the prestigious Hans Fischer Fellowship and the Bernard Lewis Fellowship

18 Jul 2018

The Hans Fischer Fellowship is for outstanding and talented early-career international scientists who intend to explore innovative, high-risk topics in their scientific research areas.

Adarsh Ganesan wins IET Hudswell International Research Scholarship

17 Jul 2018

Adarsh Ganesan (Queens’ College, 2018) has been awarded an IET scholarship worth £5,000 in recognition of his PhD dissertation on phononic frequency combs.

How microchips could help detect prostate cancer

16 Jul 2018

Professor of Electronic Engineering Andrew Flewitt is working with researchers at the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Cambridge Centre on a more accurate PSA blood test to detect prostate cancer.