Department of Engineering

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Cambridge Startup wins Silicon Valley Mentorship

21 Aug 2014

Increasingly innovation is happening elsewhere and the University of Cambridge is being recognised as a leading supplier of entrepreneurial talent.  

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Model of the James Dyson Building

The new James Dyson Building for Engineering to be a live laboratory

19 Aug 2014

CSIC is preparing to create the Centre’s first-ever live laboratory on site at the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge.

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“Trojan horse” treatment could beat brain tumours

13 Aug 2014

A smart technology which involves smuggling gold nanoparticles into brain cancer cells has proven highly effective in lab-based tests.

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Institute for Manufacturing: Design Show 2014

12 Aug 2014

The Design Show is held each year by the Institute for Manufacturing for an invited audience of local industrialists and designers.

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Transforming infrastructure delivery is integral to future economic success

07 Aug 2014

High-quality infrastructure, such as tunnels, bridges, roads, railways, buildings and utilities, is essential for supporting economic growth and productivity.

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Inspiring everyone to become engineers

31 Jul 2014

'Extreme Engineering' opened this month at the Cambridge Science Centre celebrating engineering and developed in conjunction with Research Groups at the Department.

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Prestigious 10th Brunel International Lecture hosted by CSIC

25 Jul 2014

The second lecture of the Institution of Civil Engineers' 10th Brunel International Lecture series hosted by CSIC in June.

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Graphene and related materials promise cheap, flexible printed cameras

23 Jul 2014

Dr Felice Torrisi, University Lecturer in Graphene Technology, awarded Fellowship to look at how graphene and two-dimensional materials could enable printed and flexible eyes.

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Dr Habib Fathi receives top PhD Paper Award

17 Jul 2014

Habib Fathi, graduate of the Construction Information Technology Lab (CIT), has been awarded the Charles Eastman Top PhD Paper Award.

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Olympic level experiments into the aerodynamics of cycling

14 Jul 2014

What can the rise and fall of heart rate tell you about your fitness? Just how important is rolling resistance to track cyclists? Can the Velodrome be turned into a wind tunnel?

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