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The researchers receiving the award

Cambridge researchers scoop breast cancer prize

17 Oct 2007

Dr Charlotte Coles and Miss Jenny Wilkinson accepted Breast Cancer Campaign's 'Research Team of the Year 2007' award.

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Engineering for a low carbon future: a new cross-divisional seminar series

15 Oct 2007

The 4th IPCC report published this February has firmly established the link between human activity and global warming.

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Nuna 3 - the Team Nuon car

Cambridge University to compete in World Solar Challenge

08 Oct 2007

A multi-disciplinary group of Cambridge University students have formed Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) with the aim of competing in the 2009 World Solar Challenge.

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Alex Ridge, Simon Calcutt, Sunil Shah, Paul Esparon (Team Captain), Oliver Hughes, Richard Mathie, Andy Pritchard

Student Autonomous Underwater Challenge - Europe

01 Oct 2007

The Student Autonomous Underwater Challenge - Europe (SAUC-E) is a competition for students from across Europe to design and build Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV).

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A new way of bridging the gap between A-level and university

Bridging the gap before term starts

24 Sep 2007

A new way of bridging the gap between A-level and university is being pioneered by the Department of Engineering.

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Professor Andrew C. Palmer

Professor Palmer receives honorary doctor of science degree

17 Sep 2007

Professor Andrew C. Palmer, an Emeritus Professor of the Department, has received an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson University's 114th Commencement.

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9/11 WTC Photo

9/11 "conspiracy" theories challenged by Cambridge research

11 Sep 2007

A new mathematical analysis of the collapse of the World Trade Centre has been published by a Cambridge University academic.

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Andrew's portable PC design

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair award winner

03 Sep 2007

Andrew Nowell (19) a first year undergraduate here at the Department has won the top Alcatel Lucent Innovation Prize of US$15,000 at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

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The five CIKC sponsored attendees at the Ignite course pictured with Maggie Tanner and Shai Vyakarnam

Igniting Engineering Ideas - Engineering Students attend CfEL's entrepreneurship programme

29 Aug 2007

The Cambridge Integrated Knowledge Centre (CIKC) recently sponsored five students to attend the Ignite programme which took place between 8th and 14th July.

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Fiat prototype car with sensor pad

The car that diagnoses its own servicing needs

22 Aug 2007

An intelligent system that could before long enable cars to tell mechanics which of their parts need servicing has been unveiled by engineers here at the Department.

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