Department of Engineering

Latest news

Latest news

 

Looking through you

07 Jan 2002

A new CT (Computer Tomography) machine has been installed in the Materials Lab, which is already finding multiple uses.

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Sir Arthur Marshall Institute for Aeronautics

28 Dec 2001

The launch meeting for the Sir Arthur Marshall Institute for Aeronautics was held on Wednesday 28th November.

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Five star research

20 Dec 2001

The results of the Government's 2001 Research Assessment Exercise have just been announced and the Department has been awarded the top grade of 5*.

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Holiday Lectures

19 Dec 2001

Discover the excitement of engineering - from space rockets to bridges that wobble and power derived from wind.

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EDC - A Centre of Excellence

21 Nov 2001

The Engineering Design Centre (EDC) has been named as a centre of excellence by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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New Centre for Geotechnical Engineering

14 Nov 2001

The new Centre for Geotechnical Process and Construction Modelling at the University of Cambridge's West Cambridge site was opened on 17th November.

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Congratulations Valentina Gagliardi

07 Nov 2001

Valentina Gagliardi, now a final year student at CUED, received a Siemens medal from Alan Wood, Chief Executive of Siemens plc.

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Microwave magic

24 Oct 2001

A recent consumer report cited microwave ovens as being one of the most common electrical appliances in use today.

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Marking the retirement of Baroness Platt of Whittle

24 Oct 2001

Baroness Platt of Writtle, President of the Cambridge University Engineers Association (CUEA) 1987-2001, was recently presented with a gift to mark her retirement in September this year.

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The University Gas Turbine Partnership with Rolls-Royce plc (UGTP)

13 Sep 2001

On Monday 10 September, over eighty invited guests attended a celebration lunch to inaugurate a major new gas turbine research centre to be based in Cambridge.

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