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Samer Kurdi's Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting experience

26 July 2019

In March this year, Samer Kurdi, a PhD student in the Department of Materials Science, was invited to participate in the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting this summer.  Samer, has recently returned from his trip and shares eight lessons learnt during his time in Lindau on his blog post....

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Let's make it circular: waste, recycling and the circular economy

18 July 2019

Professor James Elliott, Deputy Head of the Department of Materials Science and Fitzwilliam College Fellow, will be speaking about plastic use at the Let's make it circular: waste, recycling and the circular economy family event at Storey's Field Centre, in Eddington, this weekend.   ...

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6th CAMatNEt meeting registration is now open

18 July 2019

The 6th Meeting of the Cambridge Advanced Materials Network (CAMatNet) will be held on 19th September 2019. This all day event will be held in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at the University of Cambridge.

The development of new materials for ICT is fundamental...

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Another successful food bank collection!

16 July 2019

Staff and students have once again been generous with their donations, as they were at Christmas, and we have filled 4 large boxes with items from Cambridge Food Bank's Summer Countdown Appeal list.  Cash donations were also received and will be spent on more items to donate to the Appeal.  Many...

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Lectureship vacancy: Gianna Angelopoulos University Lecturer in Computational Materials Science

11 July 2019

The Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge invites applications for the Gianna Angelopoulos University Lectureship in Computational Materials Science. This post will focus on atomistic and multi-scale modelling and will complement a separate appointment...

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Professor Ruth Cameron awarded Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize

2 July 2019

Prof. Ruth Cameron has been awarded the 2019 Rosalind Franklin Medal and Prize by the Institute of Physics for innovative application of physics to regenerative medicine and pharmaceutical delivery.

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Dr Jessica Gwynne's contribution to teaching acknowledged with a Pilkington Prize

27 June 2019

Dr Jessica Gwynne has been selected as a 2019 Pilkington Prize winner. The prizes, endowed by Sir Alastair Pilkington, acknowledge excellence in teaching and are awarded to individuals who make a substantial contribution to the teaching programme of a Department, Faculty or the University as a...

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Prof Chhowalla to be next Cambridge Royce Champion

11 June 2019

Goldsmiths' Professor, Prof Manish Chhowalla, has been appointed as the next Cambridge Royce Champion and Leader of the Royce Materials for Energy Efficient ICT theme.  Manish will take over from Prof Sir Richard Friend from July 1st. 

More details about the Sir Henry Royce Institute can...

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Neville Greaves 1945-2019

11 June 2019

With the death of Neville Greaves earlier this month, the research community focused on glasses and disordered materials has lost one of its most cherished members.  For the past near-decade, after stepping down as Head of the Department of Physics at Aberystwyth, Neville was a Distinguished...

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Three Materials Science Graduates in the IOM3's 15 under 30

20 May 2019

Three Cambridge Materials graduates are featured in the 15 under 30 list in the IOM3's 150th anniversary edition of Materials World magazine.   Megan McGregor, PhD candidate in the Rolls-Royce UTC, and Dr Robert Hoye, Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow (both still based within the...

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