Department of Engineering

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'Whittle - the Jet Pioneer' documentary on the History Channel

07 Dec 2005

Sir Frank Whittle (1907-1996), known as the inventor of the jet engine, is featured in a documentary entitled 'Whittle – the Jet Pioneer'.

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The Puppet Master: How the brain controls the body

05 Dec 2005

This year's Francis Crick Lecture will be given by Professor Daniel Wolpert from the Department of Engineering.

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Space saving approach to satellite communications

30 Nov 2005

Ken Teo and his team here in the Department of Engineering have come up with a much more efficient and compact way to send signals from satellites.

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Neill Campbell Siemens Medal winner 2005

16 Nov 2005

Neill Campbell of Gonville & Caius college, a final year student in the Department, received a Siemens medal from Alan Wood, Chief Executive of Siemens plc.

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Equity Fingerprint - every business plan should have one

14 Nov 2005

How do you best make plans to maximise value in a knowledge-based business as it develops and grows?

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Institution of Civil Engineers Awards

07 Nov 2005

At an awards ceremony at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) on Tuesday 25 October, six members of the Department received awards for research papers published in 2004.

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Department scoops SET Awards

02 Nov 2005

Three students and a lecturer from the Department were honoured at this year's Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) Awards.

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'Whittle - the Jet Pioneer' documentary premieres on the History Channel

12 Oct 2005

Sir Frank Whittle (1907-1996) is featured in a documentary entitled 'Whittle – the Jet Pioneer'.

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Ultrasmooth carbon for ultrahigh data storage density

12 Oct 2005

Ultra-smooth diamond-like carbon surfaces are key to enable the ultimate storage density of 1 terabit/ inch2 in next generation ultra-high storage density hard disks.

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EPSRC research highlights of the last 10 years

05 Oct 2005

Professor Mark Welland features in the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's celebration of 10 years of reporting on the best research.

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