Department of Engineering

  • Cambridge students’ robotic fish hooks an honourable mention at global robot design competition

  • Best Paper Award at the ASME Turbo Expo Technical Conference

  • Team CoolidGe – making the case for off-grid cold storage to aid and empower Ghana’s female farmers

  • Professor Ioannis Brilakis receives the Tucker-Hasegawa Award

  • Dr Jossy Sayir – Pilkington Prize winner 2024

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Latest news

Cambridge students’ robotic fish hooks an honourable mention at global robot design competition

17 Jul 2024

Three MPhil in Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence students were challenged to create a bio-inspired robot prototype for under $50. The result? A robotic fish with potential.

Best Paper Award at the ASME Turbo Expo Technical Conference

15 Jul 2024

Assistant Professor James Taylor and his co-authors Anthony Dickens and Harry Simpson won the best paper award for their paper "Compressor Tip Leakage Mechanisms" at the 2023 Turbo Expo.

Team CoolidGe – making the case for off-grid cold storage to aid and empower Ghana’s female farmers

10 Jul 2024

Student team’s proposal for solar-powered cold storage to address gender inequality/food loss in Ghana’s agriculture sector is recognised at global impact investment challenge.