Department of Engineering

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Designing a better clinical trial

31 Jul 2015

A new study recommends an approach to clinical trials that includes tracking the influence of patient behaviour on a treatment’s benefits. 

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Sounds of excellence

28 Jul 2015

Department of Engineering PhD student Thang Bui has been awarded one of 15 prestigious Google European Doctoral Fellowships for his research into speech technology.

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‘Quantum step in measurement sensors’ takes prize

24 Jul 2015

UtterBerry has won the 2015 Constructing Excellence in London and the South East Innovation Award.

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MPhil student on BBC radio discussing what Britain is like from the perspective of an African student

22 Jul 2015

Mauricia Nambatya from Uganda, studying an MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development on BBC Radio 4

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Institution of Structural Engineers Young Researchers' Conference

20 Jul 2015

Two PhD students in the Structures group Rob Foster and Corinna Datsiou have won prizes at the Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) Young Researchers' Conference.

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Open Technology Workshop 2015 at the Department of Engineering

20 Jul 2015

An Open Technology Workshop will take place on Sunday 26 July 2015 at the Department of Engineering.

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New technique to synthesise nanostructured nanowires

16 Jul 2015

A new method for growing ‘hybrid’ crystals at the nanoscale has been developed by an international collaboration including the Department of Engineering.

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2015 Open Days

13 Jul 2015

On 2–3 July, the Department of Engineering held its 2015 Open Days events, where prospective students are welcomed in to visit and chat with current students and staff. 

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Solar-powered car to take on Australian Outback challenge

08 Jul 2015

Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) secures support vital to maintain momentum.

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Is big data still big news?

06 Jul 2015

People talk about ‘data being the new oil’, a natural resource that companies need to exploit and refine. But is this really true or are we in the realm of hype?

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