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News stories archive - 2013

News stories archive - 2013

Dr Hugh Hunt

'Dambusters' short-listed for the Broadcast Awards 2012

16 Jan 2013

The shortlist has been revealed for the Broadcast Awards 2012, which will take place in February.

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Dr Alan Reece

Dr Alan Reece 1927 – 2012

16 Jan 2013

The University is sad to report the death of one of its benefactors.

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Professor Robert Mair

Professor Robert Mair is interviewed for the BBC Radio 4 programme The Life Scientific

14 Jan 2013

Each week, Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks to leading scientists about their life and work, finding what inspires and motivates them and asking what their discoveries might do for mankind.

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Smarter infrastructure

10 Jan 2013

A team from the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction have developed a mechanical amplifier to convert …

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Dr Andrew Flewitt

Plastic Electronics

09 Jan 2013

New cheap lightweight plastic electronic technology that does not require silicon, but which is optically transparent and can be coated onto everyday objects would transform our world.

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Professor Daping Chu outside the Electrical Engineering department

Cambridge collaboration for global ICT company

08 Jan 2013

An historic collaboration has been announced between the Department of Engineering and leading global ICT company Huawei.

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Water Engineer Jamie Radford 24 (centre) has won top spot in the annual Graduate Awards run by New Civil Engineer (NCE) magazine

Former student wins New Civil Engineer's Graduate of the Year Award

07 Jan 2013

Jamie Radford named overall winner in the 2012 New Civil Engineer (NCE) Graduate Awards

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Detail from a hybrid three-dimensional heterostructure consisting of graphene, boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide

Changing our material future, layer by layer

03 Jan 2013

Researchers aim to develop a new class of materials with remarkable properties using one atom-thick substances such as graphene

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