Department of Engineering

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Dr Andrea Ferrari

The Pilot for a visionary research initiative on graphene funded by the European Commission

04 May 2011

A coordination action on graphene has been funded by the European Commission to develop plans for a 10-year, 1 Billion euro Future and Emerging Technology (FET) flagship.

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Bombing the dam

Dambusters: Building The Bouncing Bomb

30 Apr 2011

The daring Dambusters raid of World War II has been recreated by a Cambridge-led team to prove how the amazing feat was achieved.

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Ying Hao

Ying Hao wins Best Student Presentation Award at ACP

27 Apr 2011

Ying Hao, a third year PhD student, won best paper in the Displays and Solid Lighting category.

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Professor Ian White (left) and Sithamparanathan Sabesan

Two Engineering researchers have received prizes at the ICT Pioneers awards for their groundbreaking approach to modern problems

20 Apr 2011

Cambridge Engineering research has been celebrated at the UK ICT Pioneers Competition.

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Ivor Day's 'Turbine Wheel'

Carl Zeiss Photography and Video Competitions at the Department of Engineering

17 Apr 2011

This year the Department is holding a photography competition and a video competition.

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Year 12 Engineering Masterclass

15 Apr 2011

On Saturday 14 May the Department of Engineering and Cambridge Admissions Office are running an Engineering Masterclass for academically able Year 12 students from any school/college.

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Cambridge University Solar Car Team launches national design competition for school pupils

11 Apr 2011

To celebrate their new solar car design, Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) are launching a national competition, for school pupils aged from 6 to 14, to design a car for the future.

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Providing clean, safe water

Safe water solutions

06 Apr 2011

Research at the Department is helping to clean up water in regions around the world.

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Vehicle Dynamics and Control Seminar 2011

05 Apr 2011

A one-day seminar to explore recent developments in the design and analysis of road vehicle dynamic behaviour is being organised by Dr David Cole.

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The incredible shrinking circuit

28 Mar 2011

A technique developed by researchers at Engineering could lead to chips which can support electrical current densities five times greater than the current technology.

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