Department of Engineering

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James Buckley

James Buckley wins The Duke of York's Award for Creative Use of Electronics

02 Jun 2010

First year Engineering student James Buckley has received the prestigious Duke of York's Award for Creative Use of Electronics

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Dr Andrea Ferrari

Dr Andrea Ferrari receives a Royal Society-Wolfson Research Merit Award

24 May 2010

Dr Andrea Ferrari to receive Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award.

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Designs on an inclusive future

17 May 2010

A research consortium could usher in a new generation of “iconic” products for people who have difficulty using everyday items.

 

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Christopher Matthews (left)

Engineer of Cross-Channel Love gets £1,500 prize

10 May 2010

Inspire Scholar and civil engineering student Christopher Matthews collected a national prize, worth £1,500 from ConstructionSkills, the Sector Skills Council for the construction industry.

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Stephen Fry Talks Tiny

05 May 2010

How tiny is 'Tiny'? Well it's nano, and nano is everywhere.

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MPhil students at Olympic Park

Olympic Park London

28 Apr 2010

Students from the Centre for Sustainable Development visited the Olympic Site to see how large infrastructure projects are developed

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Computer model of the Department

Modelling energy use in the Department

19 Apr 2010

Adam Booth, a recent engineering graduate, has created a computer model of the Department.

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Ideas take flight for Suffolk pupils

12 Apr 2010

A hundred children, aged 11-13, from Suffolk middle schools have spent a day at Cambridge University learning about the science of flight.

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CamSemi win Carbon Trust Innovation Award

29 Mar 2010

CamSemi a spinout company from the Department of Engineering has picked up another major industry award.

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Dr Matthew Juniper, Mike Hield and Robert Llewellyn

Clean engines on the front burner

22 Mar 2010

The Engineer magazine Technology and Innovation Awards returned to The Royal Society to celebrate the 2009 most successful UK engineering projects.

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