26 Jan 2005
Software that Dr Rob Bracewell developed as part of his research into design rationale capture has just received Rolls-Royce's Research & Technology Director's Creativity Award for 2004.
24 Jan 2005
Dr Bill O'Neill is making components by firing material at over 2000mph. The particles slam onto a substrate to form a dense, stable structure at relatively low temperatures.
20 Jan 2005
This is the third in a series of lectures which began in 2003, organised by the Centre for Sustainable Development, and linked to the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development.
19 Jan 2005
Dr Aimee Morgans, of the Department of Engineering, won the top Prize of £5,000 (BP's Younger Engineer's Prize) and the 2004 Gold Medal (supported by ExxonMobil).
17 Jan 2005
As part of a fourth-year student project on the mechanics of church bell ringing, a "bell tower" has been built in the Mechanics Laboratory.
05 Jan 2005
Anyone who has struggled to find the on-off switch on the computer will appreciate a new technology being developed by researchers at the Department of Engineering.
22 Dec 2004
Earlier this year Thomas Smith, a research student from the Department of Engineering, was named the L'Oréal-Royal Institution Science Graduate of the Year.
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.