Department of Engineering

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Professor Jacques Heyman

Honorary Degree for Professor Jacques Heyman

12 Mar 2008

Professor Jacques Heyman was awarded a degree Honoris Causa by the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

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Engineering for the Life Sciences Week: 10-15 March 2008

06 Mar 2008

Michelle Oyen is spearheading an Engineering for Life Sciences Week here in the Department.

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A Prototype Ultrafast laser based on nanotube mode-lockers

Dr Andrea Ferrari receives the Brian Mercer Award for Innovation in Nanotechnology from The Royal Society

05 Mar 2008

Dr Andrea Ferrari and his team at the Department of Engineering have received the Brian Mercer Award for Innovation in Nanotechnology from The Royal Society.

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Science behind the sound

03 Mar 2008

It is a question that has plagued budding musicians and frustrated school pupils for centuries: why is the violin so hard to play?

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Earth from 32km - 2007 winning image

Microsoft Photography Competition at the Department of Engineering

28 Feb 2008

This year's photography competition is sponsored by Microsoft.

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Morph Wrist Mode

Cambridge and Nokia introduce new stretchable and flexible mobile phone concept

25 Feb 2008

The concept for a new stretchable and flexible mobile phone developed by the University of Cambridge and the Nokia Research Center (NRC) was unveiled today.

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Professor Dame Ann Dowling

Professor Dame Ann Dowling elected foreign associate of US National Academy of Engineering

20 Feb 2008

The Department's Professor Dame Ann Dowling has been elected a foreign associate of the US National Academy of Engineering.

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Solid Mechanics

First Hibbitt Lecturer, Dr Garth Wells is appointed

16 Feb 2008

Cambridge engineering graduate David Hibbitt founded the engineering software company ABAQUS, Inc.

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CUEN logo

Cambridge University groups join forces to help budding entrepreneurs

07 Feb 2008

Sixteen Cambridge University groups are working together to improve support for would-be entrepreneurs.

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A cloud forms as this F/A-18 Hornet aircraft speeds up to supersonic speed

Professor Austyn Mair, CBE: 1917 - 2008

30 Jan 2008

Professor Austyn Mair, CBE, the former Head of the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge who carried out pioneering work on supersonic aircraft designs, has died aged 90.

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