Department of Engineering

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Lord Broers' Reith Lecture broadcast

04 Apr 2005

Lord Broers gave the second of the BBC's prestigious Reith lectures at the Department of Engineering last month.

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Young scientists short-listed for worldwide Mondialogo Engineering Award

30 Mar 2005

Mike Khaw, Zern Tu Chay and Andrew Lamb have been nominated as finalists for the Mondialogo Engineering Award.

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Professor Daniel Wolpert joins the Department

22 Mar 2005

Professor Daniel Wolpert has been appointed as the Foundation Professor of Engineering (1875) to develop Engineering for the Life Sciences.

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Incremental sheet forming

14 Mar 2005

Dr Julian Allwood and Doctoral Student Kathryn Jackson are working on a unique manufacturing process which reforms material into a new shape.

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Lord Broers gives Reith Lecture

11 Mar 2005

Last night, Lord Broers gave the second lecture in the BBC's prestigious Reith lecture series at the Department of Engineering in Cambridge.

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Cambridge-trained engineers take on the world's best

09 Mar 2005

A team of Cambridge-trained technology entrepreneurs from around the UK have reached the semi-finals of a premier US business plan competition.

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Advance Nanotech Inc. partners with the Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics (CAPE)

07 Mar 2005

Advance Nanotech Inc. is now a strategic partner with the Department's Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics (CAPE).

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3D Scalable Integrated Displays

21 Feb 2005

Until now 3D displays have been developed for only one viewer.

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Primary Engineering Challenge

31 Jan 2005

A series of Engineering workshops have recently been held here at the Department for Cambridgeshire primary school pupils aged 9-11.

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Professor Steve Young receives Technical Achievement Award 2004

27 Jan 2005

Professor Steve Young, Head of the Information Engineering Division has been awarded one of the two 2004 Technical Achievement Awards of the IEEE Signal Processing Society.

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