Department of Engineering

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Astronaut takes Department memento into space

06 Dec 2006

Cambridge engineering graduate Nicholas Patrick (Trinity, 1982) is about to take his first flight as a NASA astronaut.

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Communicating the Magic of Maths

06 Dec 2006

Dr Hugh Hunt a Senior Lecturer at the Department is helping to make maths and physics more accessible and fun by giving inspirational lectures to audiences of all ages.

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Holographic projection - the partnership with ALPS

29 Nov 2006

The University's recent press release announced that we have granted an exclusive licence to ALPS Electric Company Limited for a core holographic projection patent.

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Pandia Raj Ramar wins Hangai Prize Award

20 Nov 2006

Pandia Raj Ramar, a PhD research student in the Structures Group of the Department of Engineering, has won a Hangai Prize.

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Silent aircraft one step closer to reality

13 Nov 2006

The vision of quieter and more environmentally friendly flying comes a step closer as researchers unveiled their revolutionary concept.

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Open lecture - Hurricane Katrina: Geosystems in crisis

06 Nov 2006

Professor Thomas O'Rourke the Thomas R. Briggs Professor of Engineering at Cornell University will be giving a lecture here at the Department of Engineering on hurricane Katrina.

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The role of Engineering in International Development

06 Nov 2006

Professor Calestous Juma delivered The Royal Academy of Engineering’s 2006 Hinton Lecture on ‘Redesigning African Economies’.

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Engineering Connections: Machines that make sense

30 Oct 2006

The Department is opening its doors on 29 November 2006 to showcase the world-leading research of its Information Engineering Division.

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Engineering for Sustainable Development

30 Oct 2006

The Department's MPhil in Sustainable Development has a bumper crop of 36 students this year from almost as many countries.

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Biomechanics of the carotid artery

25 Oct 2006

Dr Michael Sutcliffe and colleagues are studying the material, known as plaque, which is deposited on the walls of arteries that causes Atherosclerosis.

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