Department of Engineering

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New research collaboration for health announced

03 Nov 2008

New partnership aims to improve everyday hospital care for people with major conditions.

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Jane Hunter event organiser (left)

Alumni event: Cities of the Future

29 Oct 2008

Over 100 alumni turn up to our showcase of research on the theme of "Cities of the Future"

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Engineering Connections Showcase

25 Oct 2008

The Department of Engineering is opening its doors on 5 November 2008 for the third of the Engineering Connections series.

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Supercontinuum generation in a photonic crystal fibre

CamBridgeSens initiative launch on Tuesday 28th October

20 Oct 2008

The CamBridgeSens initiative will host its official launch on Tuesday, 28th October, 12:45pm - 6:30pm at Queens' College

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The Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

Students win the Award for Innovation in Systems Engineering at Autonomous Underwater Vehicle competition

15 Oct 2008

In July the University of Cambridge Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (CAUV) team won the Award for Innovation in Systems Engineering.

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Engineering for a low-carbon future seminar series

12 Oct 2008

Another low-carbon future seminar series is set to be held during the coming Michaelmas term

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'Engineer in Society' essay winners 2008

Prizes awarded for best essays submitted for IA 'Engineer in Society' module

08 Oct 2008

Four essays stand out from a pool over over 300.

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New international nanomaterials research programme launched

06 Oct 2008

As part of a unique collaborative agreement, the Japanese government has located a new research satellite at the Department of Engineering's Nanoscience Centre.

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Microsoft Research

Talk by Andrew Blake Honorary Professor in Information Engineering

01 Oct 2008

The event is free and open to the public, to attend please register by sending an email to Janet Milne:

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Planes ready for take-off in fraction of the time

28 Sep 2008

A new project which could help slash airport delays by reducing snarl-ups in the chain of operations that prepare an aircraft for its next flight is being launched by Cambridge University.

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