22 Jun 2011
A ground breaking radio tagging system which could save airlines and retailers millions of pounds, has won its creators a leading engineering entrepreneurship award.
13 Jun 2011
Students from the Cambridge University Spaceflight team have recently tested parachutes for the ExoMars lander
Professor Mark Welland, Professor of Nanotechnology in the Department of Engineering, has been awarded a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Dr Máté Lengyel from the Department's Computational & Biological Learning Laboratory is one of the first recipients of The Wellcome Trust Investigator Awards.
08 Jun 2011
Dr Matthew Juniper has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship to the Institute for Advanced Study at the Technische Universität München in Germany.
Alumna Sarah Cunningham studied Engineering here at Cambridge from 2003 - 2007, below she tells her story from graduation to working for the United Nations.
01 Jun 2011
In the wake of the disaster at the Fukushima reactor, Japan and other nations are re-evaluating their attitude to nuclear energy.
25 May 2011
The world is facing unprecedented challenges associated with continued population growth, economic growth, poverty and climate change.
18 May 2011
A Suit That Fits, the world's first online tailoring company, was founded in 2006 by engineering alumnus Warren Bennett and his school friend David Hathiramani.
11 May 2011
Professor Dame Ann Dowling was among seven women at the forefront of science, engineering and technology who were honoured last week at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London.