Department of Engineering

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Cecil's hydrogen engine

27 Nov 2002

Although many people might assume that the invention of a hydrogen engine is relatively new, The Reverend W. Cecil wrote a paper in 1820 describing the workings of such an engine.

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Engineers Without Borders

20 Nov 2002

Two engineering students Claire Grisaffi and Henry Travers, both from King's College, have recently returned from a solar power project in Pondicherry in South India.

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Awards for Language students

17 Nov 2002

For the second consecutive year, important scholarships have been granted to students from the Engineering Department's language unit.

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Best scientific programme, 2002

14 Nov 2002

The TV show: "Why did the Millennium Bridge Wobble" by Screenhouse Productions has been awarded the VEGA prize for the best in scientific broadcasting, for 2002.

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Nanoscience lecture

28 Sep 2002

Dr Frank Caruso will deliver the Royal Society of Chemistry and Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Rennie Lecture at the Department of Engineering.

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2002 CUEA Annual Meeting

19 Sep 2002

This year, the CUEA annual meeting is taking the form of three lectures within Alumni Weekend.

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Professor Malcolm Bolton (left) and Professor John Atkinson (City University)

Celebration of Geotechnical Engineering Research

16 Sep 2002

The Geotechnical Engineering Research Group hosted a celebration to mark the operational opening of the Schofield Centre on Wednesday September 4th 2002.

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Rowing success

13 Sep 2002

Tom Stallard was a member of the men's coxed four who won a gold for Britain at the World Rowing Championships on the final day of competition in Seville.

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International Design Contest 2002

29 Aug 2002

Four students from CUED took part in this year's IDC (International Design Contest) which has just been held at MIT, in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Professor Chris Calladine - a celebration

19 Aug 2002

A Conference on the theme "New Approaches to Structural Mechanics, Shells and Biological Structures" will be held in the Department of Engineering.

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