Department of Engineering

  • ‘Wraparound’ implants represent new approach to treating spinal cord injuries

  • Award-winning PhD research could help inform future design, development and operation of aero engines

  • Gates Cambridge class of 2024 – Nmeso Egwuekwe

  • Cambridge engineers recognised in King's Birthday Honours 2024

  • Training AI models to answer ‘what if?’ questions could improve medical treatments

Undergraduate Study

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Graduate Study

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Research

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Latest news

‘Wraparound’ implants represent new approach to treating spinal cord injuries

24 Jun 2024

A tiny, flexible electronic device that wraps around the spinal cord could represent a new approach to the treatment of spinal injuries, which can cause profound disability and paralysis.

Award-winning PhD research could help inform future design, development and operation of aero engines

20 Jun 2024

PhD student Abigail Berhane’s “outstanding” research on the detrimental impact of surface roughness on aero engine efficiency, has been recognised with an award.

Gates Cambridge class of 2024 – Nmeso Egwuekwe

18 Jun 2024

Adequate electricity supply in Nigeria remains a persistent challenge but hoping to address this is Nmeso Egwuekwe (MPhil in Energy Technologies) – recipient of a Gates Cambridge Scholarship.