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Blindingly obvious disconnection

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 23, 2018.

Powerful bosses can be ‘blind’ to gaps in workplace connections between employees, finds new study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges at Cambridge …

Future Global Steel Recycling

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 23, 2018.

Environmental Science & Technology Journal the leading journal in its field has selected a paper by Katie Daehn, André Serrenho and Professor Julian Allwood "How Will Copper Contamination Constrain Future Global Steel Recycling?" as the top policy article of 2017.

Important labels

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 20, 2018.

‘Categorisation’ is key to regulation of new technology platforms, Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge tells the AOM Big Data Conference. The …

Cambridge joins collaborative project to strengthen the Internet of Things

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 20, 2018.

The Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), part of the Department of Engineering, has been selected to help enhance the Internet of Things (IoT) as part of a new collaborative project.

Cambridge Independent: A welcome first step, but no cure-all

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 19, 2018.

The new requirement for UK companies to report their gender pay gap is a good step, but more needs to be done …

Closing the productivity gap through process excellence

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 19, 2018.

The Bank of England’s Chief Economist recently commented that just as “most car owners believe they are above average drivers, most companies …

Interdisciplinary Award for Engineering and Medicine to create the first fully-functional bioengineered bile duct

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 19, 2018.

Dr Athina Markaki and Dr Alexander Justin of the Department of Engineering along with Prof. Ludovic Vallier, Dr Fotios Sampaziotis (Wellcome – MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute) and Mr Kourosh Saeb-Parsy (Department of Surgery) have been awarded a Rosetrees Trust Award for Interdisciplinary Research between the Departments of Engineering and Medicine.

Connect the dots

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 18, 2018.

Powerful bosses can be ‘blind’ to gaps in workplace connections between employees, finds new study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge …

Business Because: Business schools are placing ethical dilemmas on the syllabus

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 18, 2018.

Business schools globally are placing more emphasis on courses like ethics or artificial intelligence to address recent events such as sexual harassment. …

The Wall Street Journal: Running a team is becoming a ‘science’ for academia and the corporate world

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 18, 2018.

The article in a special publication The Business of Football looks at the parallels between football and business – how are they …

Coordination awarded

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 18, 2018.

Research paper on coordination by activist shareholders wins an award from the International Centre for Pension Management.   A research paper on …

Healthcare digital disruption

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 18, 2018.

Corporations should team up with more flexible startups to drive digital transformation of healthcare, says new paper stemming from collaboration between Cambridge …

Voluntary approach to buildings' energy efficiency not working; legislation needed, say companies

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Apr 17, 2018.

17 April 2018 – There are enormous opportunities to make Europe’s buildings more energy efficient, create jobs and reduce carbon emissions in line with international commitments, but current policy is not ambitious enough, according to a new report from The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group. Leading businesses interviewed for the report say member states must legislate to ensure renovation happens.

Frugal innovation

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 16, 2018.

Professor Jaideep Prabhu says that doing more with less makes sense – whatever your location. On 26 January 2001, an earthquake of …

Corporate risk

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 16, 2018.

From a risk perspective, the past decade has been traumatic, from the global financial crisis to election shocks of tectonic proportions. Professor …

Cambridge engineering research served up at Pint of Science festival

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 16, 2018.

What is the nanoscale and just how will we be interacting with computer interfaces in the future? Cambridge engineers will discuss these topics at the upcoming Pint of Science festival.

Supply chains at risk as wild pollinators decline, finds new Cambridge report

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Apr 13, 2018.

13 April 2018 – Companies face potential shortages of raw materials, a fall in crop quality and challenges around security of supply because of an emerging pollination deficit, a new report funded by the Cambridge Conservation Initiative has found.

Who do you think you are?

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 12, 2018.

When looking for a rewarding career, the best ally in the search is you. Can the Cambridge MBA help you on your …

HR Zone: Keep a caring eye on your most engaged staff

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 11, 2018.

A study based on more than 1,000 US employees says many people who are highly engaged in their work are also exhausted …

SME Web: Delivering growth starts with your strategy

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 11, 2018.

Stylianos Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the challenges small and …

CCTV: UK scholars comment on Xi Jinping’s book on governance

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 11, 2018.

A book entitled Xi Jinping: Governance of China (Volume Two), was recently presented at the 2018 London Book Fair. Dr Simon Learmount, …

Fish out of water

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 11, 2018.

New study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School says new ventures obtain ‘legitimacy’ not through one-off activity but …

Cambridge young entrepreneurs recognised by Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 11, 2018.

Cambridge Engineering staff, students and alumni have made Forbes’ prestigious 30 Under 30 Europe list for 2018.

Cambridge Alumni Magazine: Frugal innovation

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 10, 2018.

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the topic of frugal innovation – the concept that was born …

Top investment executives commit to sustainable finance Action Plan in high-level meeting with European Commission

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Apr 10, 2018.

10 April 2018 – Investment leaders with more than $5 trillion under management shared insights with European Commission to support implementation of EU’s Action Plan on Sustainable Finance.

Creativity and concrete: Recipes for better, greener infrastructure

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 10, 2018.

Humans consume a lot of cement. Global cement production in 2017 was a whopping 4.1 billion tons and hence equivalent to the weight of roughly 65 billion adults.

Seeking Alpha: Keynes’ art

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 09, 2018.

Research co-authored by Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge …

Organisational culture and ethics

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 09, 2018.

Moral identity plays a role in achieving ethical organisational culture, as discussed by Dr Eric Levy of Cambridge Judge in an essay …

Biomimetic infrastructure materials showcased at the Royal Society

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 09, 2018.

Biomimetic infrastructure materials, developed as part of collaborative research involving Cambridge engineers, have been showcased at an EPSRC event hosted by the Royal Society.

The European Business Review: Why Mark Zuckerberg’s leadership failure was a predictable surprise

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Apr 06, 2018.

David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, says it was predictable that a big tech company …

Identification of brain region responsible for alleviating pain could lead to development of opioid alternatives

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 05, 2018.

Researchers from the UK & Japan have identified how the brain’s natural painkilling system could be used as a possible alternative to opioids for the effective relief of chronic pain, which affects as many as one in three people at some point in their lives. 

Professor’s spectrogram design takes pride of place in Oxford synagogue

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 04, 2018.

Spectrograms, created by a Cambridge professor from ritual chants, have been engraved onto a wooden Ark to help mark an important anniversary.

Alumnus Peter Stidwill is FableVision Studio's Executive Producer

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Apr 03, 2018.

As FableVision’s Executive Producer, Alumnus Peter Stidwill leads the company’s effort to manage multiple animations, games, websites, videos, and museum exhibits simultaneously. 

Cambridge and Nanjing launch strategic collaboration

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 28, 2018.

The new joint centre will support innovative research into smart cities and fully integrated urban environments.

Sensors make the world’s first 3D printed steel bridge a ‘living laboratory’

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 28, 2018.

Dr Mohammed Elshafie, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) Co-Investigator, is collaborating with a team from The Alan Turing Institute, Imperial College London and 3D printing company MX3D to measure, monitor and analyse the performance of a 3D printed footbridge due to be installed across a canal in Amsterdam later this year.

Dr David Payne 1933-2018

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 28, 2018.

The Department announces with deep sadness the death of Dr David Payne.

Cambridge academic honoured with posthumous award by the Royal Aeronautical Society

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 26, 2018.

Dr Norman de Bruyne, the inventor and pioneer of revolutionary advanced adhesives, has been honoured with a posthumous award, presented to the Department of Engineering.

Helping companies get ahead of the game and get plastic-waste free

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 22, 2018.

23 March 2018 – New initiative launched to set a plastic-waste free vision for the UK soft drinks industry.

Overcoming language barriers

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 22, 2018.

Kate Gross was just 36 years old when she died of cancer. Researchers at Cambridge – including her husband – are trying to ensure that others receive their diagnoses early enough to stop their cancer. 

Primark join the Natural Capital Impact Group

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 19, 2018.

19 March 2018 – The Natural Capital Impact Group are delighted to announce Primark have joined its global network of companies who work collaboratively to determine how business can better sustain the natural world and its resources.

Brain interfaces, bioelectronics and human disease: An interview with George Malliaras

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 19, 2018.

The newly-appointed Prince Philip Professor of Technology discusses a fast-growing field.

Asda’s Andy Murray appointed Chair of the Natural Capital Impact Group

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 15, 2018.

Andy Murray, Chief Customer Officer of Asda, has been appointed the new Chair of the Natural Capital Impact Group (NCIG), a global network of companies, working collaboratively to determine how business can sustain the natural world and its resources, converned by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

Alumna recognised with prestigious award from India

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 15, 2018.

Alumna Dr Shaona Ghosh has been honoured with the prestigious Hind Rattan Award 2018 for ‘keeping the Flag of India high abroad’.

Award for the best paper in the area of Soil Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 14, 2018.

A paper by ​Srikanth Madabhushi (current PhD student in the Geotechnical Group) & Gopal Madabhushi, Professor of Civil Engineering, has won an award.

Alumni stories: Rowing crews and ‘welcome dos’

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 13, 2018.

Engineering alumna Felicity Rutland (née Oates, Girton 1968) shares her story.

Motion capture techniques used to improve the treatment of dogs with joint pain

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Mar 08, 2018.

Dogs with diseased elbows may benefit from a new collaborative study between the Departments of Engineering and Veterinary Medicine.

HR teams critical in enabling business to lead change in the new global economy, finds new report from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 05, 2018.

5 March 2018 – Businesses need to develop leadership to respond to the unprecedented changes brought by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, according to a new report from the University of Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership (CISL). Highlighting the important role of HR and L&D teams, the report sets out a framework for leadership development that delivers value for business, society and the environment.

CISL working with Nestlé to help UK dairy farmers protect natural capital

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Feb 16, 2018.

16 February 2018 – The Natural Capital Impact Group (NCIG) have launched a new case study showcasing an innovative scheme with Nestlé which is encouraging UK dairy farmers to take practical measures to enhance the natural environment.

Bjarne Stroustrup named recipient of the 2018 IEEE-CS Computer Pioneer Award

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Feb 08, 2018.

Bjarne Stroustrup has been selected to receive the IEEE Computer Society’s 2018 Computer Pioneer Award. The award is given for significant contributions to early concepts and developments in the electronic computer field, which have clearly advanced the state-of-the-art in computing. … Continue reading

Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) join the Investment Leaders Group

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Feb 07, 2018.

7 February 2018 – The Investment Leaders Group (ILG) has welcomed its newest member, Union Bancaire Privée (UBP), to its group of global investors leading on directing capital towards sustainable economic development.

Landmark recommendations on driving sustainability into Europe’s financial system published, advised by CISL

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 31, 2018.

8 March 2018 – The European Commission has today published its response to the recommendations of the High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance, marking a major milestone in how to ensure that the financial system channels capital into a truly sustainable economy.

8 sustainability trends that will define 2018, according to Cambridge leadership network

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 26, 2018.

Following a year of profound global shifts, including rising support for protectionism and populism, major advances in technology, and increasing environmental and social challenges, in a new briefing published today the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) identifies 8 sustainability trends that will define 2018.

ClimateWise welcomes its new Chair following an unprecedented year of climate losses for the insurance sector

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 16, 2018.

16 January 2018 – Dominic Christian, Executive Chairman of Aon Benfield International has been appointed Chair of ClimateWise. ClimateWise is a group of 28 leading insurance industry organisations facilitated by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). Dominic replaces the outgoing Chair Maurice Tulloch, Chief Executive Officer, International Insurance at Aviva whose term ended on 31 December 2017.

The inescapable truth: Brexit, business and natural capital

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jan 05, 2018.

5 January 2018 – The Natural Capital Impact Group welcomes UK post-Brexit agriculture plans but calls for more collaboration with business and academic experts to achieve a policy that is fit for the future.

Bjarne Stroustrup to receive 2018 Charles Stark Draper Prize

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Jan 04, 2018.

The National Academy of Engineering has announced that Bjarne Stroustrup will receive the 2018 Charles Start Draper Prize for Engineering. The prize has been awarded ‘for conceptualizing and developing the C++ programming language’. The $500,000 annual award is given to … Continue reading

New green trade finance platform will support China’s Belt & Road trade initiative

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Dec 18, 2017.

December 2017 – A landmark agreement amongst Chinese stakeholders to form a pre-competitive, industry level platform for green trade finance in China was made at a high level summit convened by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and the Banking Environment Initiative (BEI). China has the largest trading volumes in the world, as well as being a major importer of commodities produced around the world. Commitments to green trade finance made at this summit have the potential to trigger change of global significance.

Blue chips and startups launch new fintech pilot for more sustainable supply chains at the One Planet Summit

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Dec 12, 2017.

12 December 2017 – Six international companies and banks and four fintech startups today announced a pioneering new initiative that will test whether blockchain and other technologies can help unlock financial incentives that reward sustainability in supply chains.

Aon is the 10th member to join the Investment Leaders Group

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 30, 2017.

30 November 2017 – The Investment Leaders Group is delighted to announce Aon as the latest member to join its global network of pension funds, insurers and asset managers committed to advancing the practice of responsible investment.

Cambridge team wins The 2017 Northwestern Europe Regional Contest

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Nov 27, 2017.

Congratulations to Team Me[N]ta∭ca, winners of The 2017 Northwestern Europe Regional Contest. NWERC 2017 is an official regional contest in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. It draws students from colleges and universities throughout Belgium, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland, … Continue reading

Cambridge joins new UK Hardware Security Institute

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Nov 23, 2017.

Researchers at the University of Cambridge are part of the new £5m multi-university Research Institute to improve hardware security and reduce vulnerability to cyber threats. Funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the National Cyber Security … Continue reading

2017 Set to Be Among the Most Expensive on Record After Year of Climate Disasters, Insurance Leaders Warn

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 21, 2017.

21 November 2017 – A climate risk protection gap of US$1.7 trillion caused by extreme weather over the past decade opens up many new opportunities for insurers, says ClimateWise.

Changes in transport offer challenges and opportunities for EU business and policy

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 10, 2017.

11 November 2017 – Electrification and automation are among the dramatic changes in the way transport is designed, operated and consumed that will have profound effects on our lives. Leading European companies are anticipating and responding, but unless policymakers invest and regulate to make the most of these opportunities, Europe will be left behind, according to a report from The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, launched today at the UN Climate Change conference in Bonn.

Sabrina Natasha Habib awarded the HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize for 2017

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 07, 2017.

Sabrina and projects from seven other finalists receive financial and tailored mentoring support from the Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards and the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

10 recommendations for using fintech to help solve sustainability challenges in new report from CISL

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 07, 2017.

November 2017 –The Fintech Taskforce, convened by CISL’s Banking Environment Initiative, today presents its recommendations on how to design collaboration between multinationals, financial institutions and starts-ups to help solve critical global challenges.

IDBE student, Nathalie Baxter named one of the RIBA Journal 2017 Rising Stars cohort

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Nov 02, 2017.

Nathalie Baxter, Project Architect at Faulkner Browns Architects and a student of the Master of Studies in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (IDBE), has been named one of the RIBA Journal Rising Stars for 2017.

Department’s researchers awarded a double at SPLASH 2017

By jms213 from Computer Laboratory News » Frontpage. Published on Oct 26, 2017.

Department researchers Victor Gomes, Martin Kleppmann, Dominic Mulligan, and Alastair Beresford have been awarded both a distinguished paper award and a distinguished artefact award for their paper “Verifying strong evential consistency in distributed systems” at the ACM SIGPLAN conference on … Continue reading

CISL delivers keynote address at Dutch pension fund summit

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Oct 20, 2017.

20 October 2017 – Andrew Voysey, Director, Sustainable Finance at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), today delivered a keynote address to a gathering of over 100 Dutch pension fund Board representatives.

New UK Clean Growth Strategy signals move in right direction towards financing a low carbon economy

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Oct 13, 2017.

13 October 2017 – The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership welcomes the launch of the UK government’s Clean Growth Strategy as a step in the right direction towards scaling up the finance models needed in the transition to a low carbon economy.

Yorkshire Water and The Crown Estate join the Natural Capital Impact Group

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Oct 05, 2017.

5 October 2017 – The Natural Capital Impact Group are delighted to announce two new members have joined its global network of companies who are working together to determine how business can better sustain the natural world and its resources.

High Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance linked to two EU policy changes

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Sep 27, 2017.

27 September 2017 – The European Commission’s High Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance, of which CISL is the only academic member, has seen two important changes in EU policy that implement recommendations published in the HLEG interim report.

Gozde Taskin awarded Mentis Cleantech Futures Bursary

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Sep 22, 2017.

20 September 2017 – We are delighted to announce that Gozde Taskin, one of 43 students joining CISL’s Master’s in Sustainability Leadership this month, has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the Mentis Cleantech & Social Enterprise Futures Bursary.

Leading business group presents a commercial case for delivering the UN Sustainable Development Goals

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Sep 21, 2017.

22 September 2017 – Delivering the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is imperative for business growth, continuity and stability, according to a new report published today by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and a group of leading companies including Marks & Spencer, Jaguar Land Rover, Hammerson plc, Tetra Pak, Novo Nordisk and Keller plc.

EU legislation needed to support business moves towards greater resource productivity

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Sep 14, 2017.

15 September 2017 – Leading European businesses are adopting new business models that deliver greater resource productivity and reduce waste, but European Member States urgently need to introduce policies to support and accelerate this transition and maximise the potential economic benefits, according to a new report from The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group (CLG).

CISL delivers successful sustainable development programme to support leaders from the Guangdong Provincial Government

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Sep 04, 2017.

CISL welcomed 25 leaders from the Guangdong Provincial Government for a three week custom programme in Cambridge and London during July and August 2017.

CISL supports launch of new report from EU High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jul 28, 2017.

28 July 2017 – The EU High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance launched their interim report in Brussels on Tuesday 18 July. To support the launch of the interim report, CISL co-hosted an event in London with Climate Bonds, which was attended by over 120 representatives from the European finance sector including banks, insurance and investment firms.

Salters' prize for Clementine Chambon

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Dec 16, 2013.

Clementine Chambon awarded one of this year's Graduate prizes from The Salters' Institute of Industrial Chemistry.

Protein released from cells triggers chain reactions that could cause Alzheimer’s disease

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Dec 05, 2013.

Study in The Journal Of Biological Chemistry

Bingham Fluid Medal for Ian Wilson

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 28, 2013.

Awarded at Viscoplastic Fluids: From Theory to Application conference

Fluidised Particles: 50th anniversary

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 15, 2013.

Fluidised Particles, by John Davidson and David Harrison, first published 1963

Editors' choice paper

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 13, 2013.

Hardness and density distributions of pharmaceutical tablets measured by terahertz pulsed imaging

Awards in Leadership and Management

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Nov 05, 2013.

Roz Williams and Jon Cowper

Photo competition 2013

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 29, 2013.

Enter your photo now

Fellowship for Jethro Akroyd

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 24, 2013.

Fellow of Churchill College

New academic year

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 20, 2013.

Welcome to all

BBSRC 4-year PhD Programme in Biosciences

From Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Published on Oct 11, 2013.

Applications are now invited