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Expanding horizons

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 22, 2018.

European online alternative finance grew 41 per cent to 7.7 billion euros in 2016, says 3rd annual European Alternative Finance Industry Benchmarking …

Inhibiting innovation

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

Dr Nektarios Oraiopoulos, University Lecturer in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, on how the organisational structures of large companies inhibit innovation, …

Nursing the Nigerian healthcare system back to health

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

Healthcare systems around the world face common challenges when it comes to managing the operational complexities of large scale care organisation. When …

Growing Underground – how smart monitoring is helping an urban farm to flourish

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Jan 18, 2018.

An innovative and award-winning urban farming facility is creating energy-efficient growing conditions in tunnels 120ft below the busy streets of Clapham in London. Micro greens and salad leaves are thriving with the help of a smart monitoring programme that records temperature, humidity and CO2 levels.

Cambridge Independent: Stabilising the patient and curing the ills of the NHS

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 17, 2018.

Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge, comments on a growing NHS crisis, including the need for more …

FT Adviser: Boost for alternative lending market

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 17, 2018.

A recent report by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance is featured in the article. The report found that “business funding transacted …

Beyond fixed price tags

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 17, 2018.

Buyers have a choice in what they pay owing to ‘participative pricing’ such as online auctions and pay-what-you-want music albums. A new …

Professor George Malliaras joins the Department

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Jan 17, 2018.

George Malliaras has been appointed as the Prince Philip Professor of Technology. The University established the Prince Philip Professorship of Technology in recognition of the contribution made by HRH Prince Philip as Chancellor of the University.

How will network transformation change the future of work?

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

Cambridge Judge Business School’s Centre for International Human Resource Management is a partner in a £5 million research collaboration that is set …

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 leadership 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 the 31st December 2017.

Business Because: From blockchain to bitcoin, the cryptocurrency craze is gripping business schools

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 15, 2018.

Business schools now offer a range of courses in cryptocurrencies and other financial technologies such as crowdfunding or robo-wealth-managers. Cambridge Judge Business …

UK government reshuffle

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 15, 2018.

Cambridge MBA graduate John Glen named Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City Minister in UK government. John Glen MP, a graduate …

Cyber scholarship

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 15, 2018.

A journal article on permafrost thaw – co-authored in Cambridge and Colorado – began with a tweet and ended with an email, …

Sustainability hacking for a better healthcare system

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

How do you get medicines to the poor in hard-to-reach areas?

Cambridge News: Inside Cambridge Judge Business School’s new building

From CJBS InsightCJBS Insight. Published on Jan 13, 2018.

Students and Executive Education delegates began arriving this month to the new Simon Sainsbury Centre building at Cambridge Judge Business School, a …

Why take the Social Innovation Concentration?

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

It’s an exciting time to be an MBA with a social conscience. What problem could you take on? Whatever it is, the …

Building your innovative ecosystem

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

By Professor Stelios Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth, and Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre We know …

Apply for an Executive MBA without taking the GMAT

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

Candidates can apply to the Cambridge EMBA programme without taking the GMAT exam, if they can demonstrate the relevant skills in their …

The new Simon Sainsbury Centre welcomes students and delegates

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

The new £32 million Simon Sainsbury Centre opens at Cambridge Judge Business School, providing 5,000 square metres of new teaching, meeting and …

South East Business: Targeting hospitality skills shortage

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

Research co-authored by Cambridge Judge MBA students predicts there will be “a skills shortage in the hospitality industry in the UK – …

BBC Radio 4: The Life Scientific

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

When Eben Upton CBE, founder of Raspberry Pi and alumnus of the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge (EMBA 2009), was in …

Bloodstream publication

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

Article on bloodstream infection among cancer patients co-authored by Tata Social Internship student is published in microbiology journal. An article about bloodstream …

Top MBA: How are business schools injecting politics education into their MBA programmes?

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

Business schools are introducing geopolitics in MBA curriculum as a result of growing global instability. Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International …

Beware of (dis)incentives

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

The ‘ratcheting’ up of bonus goals can make workforces less motivated, so managers need a clear system of communicating changes to incentives, …

Cambridge engineer awarded prestigious fellowship

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

Dr Marina Antoniou has been appointed as a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellow for the next five years.

Alumnus Musa Chunge helps build Bridges to Prosperity

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

Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction MPhil alumnus Musa Chunge is applying his engineering expertise to support the charity Bridges to Prosperity.

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

Professor elected to Chinese Academy of Engineering

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

Professor Dame Ann Dowling has been elected as a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE).

Department of Engineering increases student learning with open source Azure service

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Jan 02, 2018.

As the pace of global innovation continues to accelerate, the University of Cambridge is evolving engineering curriculum to teach core concepts faster using higher level, open source tools in the public cloud. For example, a professor increased learning in an introductory computing class by having students use Microsoft Azure Notebooks Service powered by the Jupyter open source project.

Re-engineering the healthcare system

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 20, 2017.

A new roadmap has been unveiled for engineering and physical science researchers to optimise opportunities for using digital health in remote monitoring and self-management of disease.

Alumni stories: Changing the face of humanitarian aid in the Middle East

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 19, 2017.

Susan Long, Manufacturing Engineering graduate (2005) from the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), is based in the Middle East and now works for non-profit organisation Field Ready.

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.

Making the most of the internet of things

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 13, 2017.

Head of the IfM's Distributed Information and Automation Laboratory (DIAL), Professor Duncan McFarlane, is a pioneer of the internet of things (IoT) and was part of the research team that coined the term "internet of things" 20 years ago.

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.

Cambridge engineers help inspire the next generation

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 12, 2017.

Two Cambridge researchers have offered bite-size engineering inspiration to A-Level students as part of a free educational video.

Undergraduates invent device to gauge vehicle load weight for effective and safe disaster relief

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 07, 2017.

Three Cambridge students have won a cash prize in recognition of their engineering solution to a problem often faced by humanitarian relief agencies tackling challenging terrain.

Cambridge engineers develop ‘intelligent’ system to prevent bridge strikes by tall trucks

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 05, 2017.

Bridge strikes by over-height vehicles could be made a thing of the past thanks to a new cost-effective detection system developed by Cambridge researchers.

Undergraduate Johannes Theron has won a prestigious Renault F1 internship

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Dec 04, 2017.

Undergraduate Johannes Theron has won a prestigious Renault F1 internship. Only 1 intern was chosen in the very competitive selection process and this is the first time that an undergraduate from the University of Cambridge has had an internship with Renault F1 Aero. The University was selected last year (along with Bristol) as one of Renault F1 Aero’s two partner universities.

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.

Government announces new Centre for Digital Built Britain at Cambridge

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Nov 30, 2017.

The Government has announced £5.4 million in funding to enable the launch of a centre of excellence in Cambridge to champion the digital revolution in the built environment.

Professor Roberto Cipolla wins the Everingham prize

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Nov 29, 2017.

The 2017 IEEE Computer Society Everingham Prize was awarded to Roberto Cipolla, Sebastiano Battiato and Giovanni Maria Farinella for the inception and continued directorship of the International Computer Vision Summer Schools from 2007-2017.

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

Sakthy Selvakumaran receives IET Achievement Award 2017

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Nov 27, 2017.

Sakthy Selvakumaran is one of 5 Postgraduate scholarship winners at the IET Achievement Awards 2017.

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

President’s Prize for best oral presentations at the Medical Physics and Engineering Conference

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Nov 22, 2017.

The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine President’s Prize for best oral presentation at the 2017 Medical Physics and Engineering Conference, has been awarded jointly to alumna Cara Cooper and to Matt Smith, a collaborator with Professor Michael Sutcliffe's Biomechanics group.

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.

Cambridge collaborates on device to accelerate drug discovery for kidney diseases

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Nov 21, 2017.

Researchers from the Department of Engineering are collaborating with industry and academia to develop a device to improve the testing of kidney disease drugs.

The beauty of engineering

By Department of Engineering from Department of Engineering - Latest news. Published on Nov 20, 2017.

Creative images and video spanning tissue engineering, aircraft engines and nanotechnology have won prizes in the Department’s 2017 ZEISS Photography Competition.

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

Cambridge teams triumph at the 2017 UK & Ireland Programming Contest

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

Cambridge teams occupied six of the top ten places (including 1st place) at this year’s UK & Ireland Programming Contest (UKIEPC). The UKIEPC is the UK & Ireland Subregional Contest for NWERC (the Northwestern Europe European Regional Contest), of the … 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.

What is good leadership, and how is it developed?

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

27 June 2017 – the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) has been working with the British Council to help define what good leadership looks like in a global policy and political context and across different locations and cultures. The study, undertaken by CISL, will inform the design of a new British Council programme to support future global leaders in the UK and overseas.

CISL Fellow Tony Juniper awarded CBE

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jun 17, 2017.

17 June 2017 – Tony Juniper, CISL Fellow and renowned environmentalist, author and advisor to business and governments, was today recognised for his services to conservation with a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

New research from CISL highlights business need for simple and consistent natural capital metrics

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

13 June 2017 – Businesses are becoming more aware of their impacts and dependencies upon the natural environment but there is a lack of consistency and links to commercial drivers in the metrics used to quantify impacts and dependencies across businesses.

Banking Environment Initiative welcomes HSBC

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Jun 08, 2017.

8 June 2017 – The Banking Environment Initiative (BEI) welcomes its newest member, HSBC, to its membership of 12 global banks working to lead the banking industry in directing capital towards socially and environmentally sustainable economic development.

Our transition to a low carbon economy is unstoppable

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

2 June 2017 – Message from Dame Polly Courtice, DBE, LVO, Founder Director, University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.

Natural Capital Impact Group introduces new biodiversity metric to help companies and investors improve impact on natural environment

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on May 19, 2017.

22 May 2017 – On World Biodiversity Day, a global network of companies, including Kering, Interserve, Mars and Asda, working together to determine how business can sustain the natural world and its resources, has released the initial stage of their work in developing a metric to help corporates improve their impact on the natural environment.

How can the insurance industry support sustainable infrastructure in emerging economy cities?

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on May 16, 2017.

16 May 2017 – ClimateWise publishes new guide to multi-sector collaboration on infrastructure risk and resilience.

Roelie van Wijk-Russchen, CEO of TKP Investments, appointed Chair of the Investment Leaders Group (ILG)

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on May 15, 2017.

15 May 2017 – Roelie will support the ILG with strategic guidance to help the group deliver an ambitious three-year programme focusing on investment impact and long-termism.

Industry leaders support stronger EU renewables targets to enable swifter transition to low carbon economy

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Apr 25, 2017.

26 April 2017 – Leading businesses are calling on the EU to raise the ambition of its renewable energy targets.

Sustainability in Turbulent Times – Lessons from the Nexus Network

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

21 March 2017 – The Nexus Network has launched a new report, Sustainability in Turbulent Times, which highlights their learnings on how to tackle the nexus challenge – the interdependency between food, energy, water and the environment.

CISL holds sustainability leadership conference for Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

From Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Published on Mar 15, 2017.

15 March 2017 – The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) are holding a Sustainability Leadership Conference on 15 and 16 March 2017 to help promote the concept of sustainability in Dubai in co-operation with international organisations and institutions.

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