20 Dec 2004
Soon everyone will be able to afford to watch television on a large screen. Cambridge Flat Projection Displays (CamFPD) has developed a 20mm thick, 50" screen, which is low cost to produce.
13 Dec 2004
Reducing aircraft noise is rising up the agenda of environmental issues.
There is currently a focus in the energy and transport sectors towards using hydrogen as fuel, mostly driven by the need to reduce pollution and CO2 emissions.
29 Nov 2004
Rob Dickinson, now a final year student in the Department of Engineering, received a Siemens medal from Alan Wood.
22 Nov 2004
The Department of Engineering is the largest department in Cambridge and one of the leading centres of engineering in the world.
15 Nov 2004
Nic Lawrence, Edward Buckley, Adrian Cable and Peter Mash are developing ground-breaking holographic technology, which will power a new generation of pocket-sized digital video projectors.
28 Oct 2004
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has awarded a new research grant of just under £2m to a major university/industry collaboration in the inkjet sector.
18 Oct 2004
Researchers in the Electron Device Material (EDM) group of the Department of Engineering have developed a technology to fabricate multi-fingered microcages with a diameter of ~40µm.
08 Oct 2004
The Women Into Science and Engineering (WISE) Excellence Award has announced the finalists for the annual awards for outstanding women scientists, engineers, and technologists.
03 Oct 2004
In an effort to make science accessible to all, a student-run society, Cambridge University Science Productions (CUSP), has created BlueSci, a popular science magazine for Cambridge.