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News stories archive - 2017

News stories archive - 2017

Cardiologists, scientists and engineers gather to discuss new ways to improve assessment and treatment of Cardiovascular Disease

23 Jan 2017

The FAST Assessment and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease Workshop was held in Cambridge earlier this month.

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Graphene’s sleeping superconductivity awakens

20 Jan 2017

Cambridge researchers have found a way to activate graphene's innate ability to superconduct. 

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How bright is your digital future?

19 Jan 2017

Dr Jag Srai and his team have developed a new way to help companies embrace the challenges and opportunities of digitalising the extended supply chain.

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UtterBerry chosen for export to China

18 Jan 2017

UtterBerry®, the new smart sensing technology, invented by former CSIC student Heba Bevan, has been announced as the chosen advanced technology for export to China.

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How we can make super-fast hyperloop travel a reality

16 Jan 2017

Hugh Hunt explores the potential of the the Hyperloop: a train-like technology which has the potential to match air travel for speed.

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​The Cambridge Engineering Design Centre celebrated its 25th anniversary

12 Jan 2017

The Cambridge Engineering Design Centre (EDC) 25th birthday party was attended by staff, students, and alumni from across the UK and Europe.  

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Alumnus named Young Design Engineer of the Year

09 Jan 2017

Former student of the IfM Manufacturing Engineering Tripos Christopher Bellamy was named Young Design Engineer of the Year at the British Engineering Excellence Awards.

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Cambridge tech can track 100,000 items of clothing throughout the store

06 Jan 2017

A revolutionary stock control system designed by a Department alumnus might solve one of the most frustrating experiences in shopping.

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Professor Dame Ann Dowling

Professor Dame Ann Dowling receives the James Watt International Gold Medal

05 Jan 2017

This award is presented every two years to an eminent engineer who has attained worldwide recognition in mechanical engineering. 

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Waterworld: can we learn to live with flooding?

04 Jan 2017

Flash floods, burst riverbanks, overflowing drains, contaminants leaching into waterways: some of the disruptive, damaging and hazardous consequences of having too much rain.

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