23 Feb 2012
Human-like performance in speech technology could be just around the corner, thanks to a new research project that links three UK universities.
20 Feb 2012
Deepwater production is the fastest growing source of oil and gas reserves. Cambridge engineers are currently solving many of the formidable challenges in accessing these fields.
06 Feb 2012
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven confers a number of honorary doctorates in recognition of extraordinary academic, social, or cultural contributions.
02 Feb 2012
Is it good to spend so much on major scientific research programmes projects such as CERN when engineering and technology has more immediate benefit?
01 Feb 2012
What’s the point of a brain? This fundamental question has led Professor Daniel Wolpert to some remarkable conclusions about how and why the brain controls and predicts movement.
30 Jan 2012
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) publication "Spectrum" has named Professor Mike Kelly as "Nanotech Hero of the Year".
25 Jan 2012
The Department's Electrical Engineering Division has won the Elektra (European Electronics Industry Awards) for best Electrical/Electronic Engineering Department of the Year (2011).
The construction industry is under pressure to improve cost efficiency and sustainability and is innovating at a pace not seen since the industrial revolution, but more can be done.
11 Jan 2012
Six talks will take place for the 10th Annual Lecture Series in Sustainable Development.
09 Jan 2012
PhD student Robert Hird pitches his tent next to a gas crater in Turkmenistan in the course of his studies on the stability of saline soils.