Department of Engineering

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Photonics and lasing in liquid crystals

07 Aug 2006

Lasers were invented some 40 years ago and are now used in so many different applications.

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Inspiring the Engineers of the Future

02 Aug 2006

Two recent events organised by the Department's Outreach Officer Dr Joy Warde have been met with a lot of very positive feedback from the school children who took part.

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Dr Ken Teo on BBC Radio 4's programme "In Our Time"

26 Jul 2006

The Department's Dr Ken Teo was interviewed by Lord Melvyn Bragg together with Sir Harry Kroto and Professor Monica Grady.

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The Institute for Aviation and the Environment (IAE) receive funding of £5 million

10 Jul 2006

Aviation has experienced rapid expansion as the world economy has grown.

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Department Open Days 6th and 7th July, 2-5pm

03 Jul 2006

The Department of Engineering will hold Open Days on July 6th and 7th, providing an opportunity for prospective students to visit the Department and chat with current students and staff.

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Engineering students display their design skills

03 Jul 2006

Manufacturing Engineering students held their 2006 Design Show, displaying a range of new products that they have developed as part of their course.

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Epson Photography Competition at the Department of Engineering winning images

27 Jun 2006

The winning image in the Epson Photography Competition recently held at the Department of Engineering, was taken by Dr Steve Hoath.

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'Silent' Aircraft Initiative on Radio 4

19 Jun 2006

The Cambridge-MIT Institute and the 'Silent' Aircraft Initiative appear on Radio 4.

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Vibration from Underground Railways Pipe-in-Pipe software – New Release

31 May 2006

Software that will be a valuable resource for railway engineers responsible for the design of vibration countermeasures in railway tunnels has been developed here in the Department.

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Racing green

24 May 2006

Cambridge engineers are working to transform tomorrow's transport.

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