Department of Engineering

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The Enecsys solar micro inverter

Department spin-out company Enecsys goes from strength to strength

03 Oct 2011

Enecsys has secured a further £25 million ($41 million) in equity financing to invest in its growth plan.

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Amantys secures $7 million in funding

21 Sep 2011

Amantys Limited has recently secured $7 million in Series A funding to continue with the commercial development of its digital power platform.

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It's a material world

19 Sep 2011

 Granta Design has achieved an average growth of 30 per cent over the past ten years.

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Professor Mark Welland

Professor Sir Mark Welland receives two distinguished awards by US government

15 Sep 2011

Professor Sir Mark Welland has been awarded two prestigious honours by the US Department of Defense and the US Department of Energy.

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Cooling towers

SPICE Project announced at British Science Festival

15 Sep 2011

Preparations are underway for a unique test of engineering technology that could open up new ways to reduce atmospheric temperatures caused by climate change

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Sebastian Vettel's 2013 car

Cambridge Formula One website goes live

12 Sep 2011

Every child in every era has dreams and aspirations that guide and drive them to taking up a profession.

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Darkness sheds light on neural computations

08 Sep 2011

A new study published in the journal 'Science' shows that neural activity recorded in darkness uncovers hallmarks of the internal model.

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Richard Eyre and Rob Brydon

Engineering student appears on 'The Rob Brydon Show'

31 Aug 2011

Department of Engineering and King ’s College student Phil Wang, recently demonstrated his comedic talents on BBC2's ‘The Rob Brydon Show’.

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An automatic, train-mounted ramp to allow disabled users more independent access to the rail service.

Cambridge Manufacturing Engineering Design Show 2011

25 Aug 2011

A group of four Manufacturing Engineering students have come up with a new design for an extreme sports device which could save lives.

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John Clarkson, Anna Mieczakowski, Jeff Patmore and Tanya Goldhaber

Study shows some families have taken steps to avoid feeling overwhelmed by communications technologies

10 Aug 2011

An international study has found that one in three people in the UK has felt overwhelmed by communications technologies, including texting, email and social networking.

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