Department of Engineering

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Equity Fingerprint - every business plan should have one

14 Nov 2005

How do you best make plans to maximise value in a knowledge-based business as it develops and grows?

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Institution of Civil Engineers Awards

07 Nov 2005

At an awards ceremony at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) on Tuesday 25 October, six members of the Department received awards for research papers published in 2004.

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Department scoops SET Awards

02 Nov 2005

Three students and a lecturer from the Department were honoured at this year's Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Awards.

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Ultrasmooth carbon for ultrahigh data storage density

12 Oct 2005

Ultra-smooth diamond-like carbon surfaces are key to enable the ultimate storage density of 1 terabit/ inch2 in next generation ultra-high storage density hard disks.

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'Whittle - the Jet Pioneer' documentary premieres on the History Channel

12 Oct 2005

Sir Frank Whittle (1907-1996) is featured in a documentary entitled 'Whittle – the Jet Pioneer'.

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EPSRC research highlights of the last 10 years

05 Oct 2005

Professor Mark Welland features in the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's celebration of 10 years of reporting on the best research.

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Dr Zoubin Ghahramani joins the Department

28 Sep 2005

Zoubin Ghahramani has been elected to the Professorship in Information Engineering in the area of Cognitive Systems Engineering.

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Traffic pollution - measuring the real damage

21 Sep 2005

Traffic fumes from individual vehicles are decreasing every year as engines become cleaner, but there are more vehicles on the road and the number continues to grow.

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Tom Smith wins The Times newspaper 'One Minute Pitch' competition

14 Sep 2005

Tom Smith, a Phd student here in the Department, has won £100,000 as the winner of The Times newspaper 'One Minute Pitch' competition.

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'Silent' aircraft award winning lecture is webcast

14 Sep 2005

Dr Tom Reynold's Isambard Kingdom Brunel Award Lecture 'The future of civil aviation - the approach of the silent aircraft' was webcast live from the BA Festival of Science last week.

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