Department of Engineering

Latest news

Latest news

 

Engineering events in National Science Week

20 Mar 2002

Many members of CUED are actively supporting Cambridge University's National Science Week this year.

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Geometry in Action - From Escher to the Millennium Bridge

14 Mar 2002

Dr Joan Lasenby of the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, will be giving a public lecture at The Royal Institution.

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Turing lecture

13 Mar 2002

Professor Mark Welland is giving this year's highly prestigious Turing lecture for the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE).

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Charging ahead

19 Feb 2002

The days when you will be able to recharge electronic devices simply by placing them onto a charging pad with no need for wires or plugs are close at hand.

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Refugee tent trials hit the headlines

13 Feb 2002

The refugee tent-linings developed by a team of researchers from Cambridge University are about to be tested in Afghanistan.

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Detecting the spin

13 Feb 2002

Researchers in the Department's Laboratory for Nanoscale Science have made a significant advance towards the goal of developing a so-called 'quantum computer'.

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Open Lecture

12 Feb 2002

A Lecture which will be of interest to a wide audience is to be given at the Engineering Department on Friday 22nd February at 5pm in Lecture Theatre 0.

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New MPhil in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development

28 Jan 2002

A new Master's degree course in Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development is to be offered by the Department of Engineering from October, 2002.

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Environmental related research at CUED

15 Jan 2002

A new web site has been launched to bring together research currently undertaken within the Cambridge University Engineering Department that is relevant to the environment.

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Looking through you

07 Jan 2002

A new CT (Computer Tomography) machine has been installed in the Materials Lab, which is already finding multiple uses.

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