20 Mar 2017
Researchers at the Cambridge Graphene Centre have developed a novel graphene-based infrared detector with record high sensitivity for thermal detection.
16 Mar 2017
Dr Hugh Hunt, Reader in Engineering Dynamics and Vibration, writes about the history and the engineering behind the first live scheduled TV broadcast.
15 Mar 2017
Alumnus Andrew Smyth, who was runner-up on the recent series of BBC competition The Great British Bake Off, returned to the Department to take part in a lecture on food and engineering.
14 Mar 2017
Ewan Macpherson wins top honours for his 4th year MEng student research, into folded plate Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) roof structures.
13 Mar 2017
Research into improving energy storage, reducing power consumption and developing new energy-efficient devices received a boost in the form of £10m funding for new equipment at Cambridge.
09 Mar 2017
What do power networks, transportation hubs, weather patterns, commercial organisations and swarming robots have in common?
08 Mar 2017
Sidney Sussex College was home to a joint workshop on bio-inspired robotics last year that brought together leading robotics scientists and engineers from the UK and Japan.
06 Mar 2017
A micromechanical device generates a series of precise, equally spaced vibration frequencies and could lead to advancements into detecting changes on very long timescales.
02 Mar 2017
A team led by Dr John Durrell has demonstrated a portable superconducting magnetic system that can act as a high-performance substitute for a conventional permanent magnet.
01 Mar 2017
Researchers in the Biomechanics Group and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences are seeing the mechanics of the skull which can lead to better ways to treat traumatic brain injuries.