Department of Engineering

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Dr Alan Reece (left) and Professor Mike Gregory

Fundraising success

28 May 2008

Department of Engineering brings in nearly £15 million in donations in a couple of years.

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Rocket Car Derby a soaring success

21 May 2008

The Department's Rocket Car Derby "an enormous success"

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École Centrale Paris

Student exchange programme with École Centrale Paris

14 May 2008

Undergraduate exchange programme set up with École Centrale Paris

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Irene Vidyanti

Irene Vidyanti receives a Sir William Siemens medal

12 May 2008

Irene Vidyanti receives Sir William Siemens medal.

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Dr Michelle Oyen

Engineers "bone" up on biological materials

07 May 2008

Dr Michelle Oyen explores potential uses of synthetic bone-like material

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Sectional elevation view of semi-active E-springs with hydraulic damper undergo heavy loading

The E-springs invention set to shape the next generation of vehicle suspension systems

29 Apr 2008

An invention by Salah Elmoselhy is set to shape the next generation of vehicle suspension systems.

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Student project displays at Project Expo 2007

Project Expo 2008

28 Apr 2008

Students in the Department will be exhibiting their projects to visitors from across the University and from industry on Monday 12 May.

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Year 10 students from Harry Carlton School

Young eco footprinters present findings to the Department

23 Apr 2008

The Department of Engineering hosted a pilot secondary education programme aimed at stimulating informed change to consumption practices through Ecological Footprinting.

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Dr A. Ferrari, EU commissioner J. Potocnik, and Slovenian Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology,M. K. Dolinar

Dr Andrea Ferrari receives a Marie Curie Award

16 Apr 2008

For the first time, the EU's three most prestigious science awards have been presented together.

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Dalek builders David James (left) and Adam Strawson

Daleks at the Department

09 Apr 2008

Dalek building, it turns out, is something of a thriving pastime in the toolsheds and garages of Britain.

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