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Prof Judith Driscoll's research group receives an unexpected donation!

19 January 2017

We are very grateful to Dr Bill Welland (PhD student 1970-73) for his recent donation to support research within Prof Judith Driscoll's group. Below, Bill explains what led him to make this completely unexpected donation:

"When I attended the Department's Open Day in September 2016,...

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Welcome to our new University Lecturers

4 January 2017

Dr Rachel Evans joined us in a new University Lecturer post on 3rd January 2017. She will be making a contribution to teaching immediately as she is giving a course on Soft Matter this term to Part III students.

Rachel's research interests are focused on the design and characterization of...

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Cambridge Enterprise licenses new thermocouple technology developed by Dr Scervini and Prof Rae

3 November 2016

The licence, agreed with TE Wire & Cable LLC, a leading thermocouple and specialty wire and cable manufacturer based in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, covers a ground-breaking mineral insulated thermocouple cable technology developed by Dr Michele Scervini and Professor Cathie Rae. This dual wall...

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Postgraduate Open Day

29 September 2016

Materials Science is participating in the first ever Postgraduate Open Day to be held on Wednesday 2 November.  If you are interested in applying for a PhD or MPhil course, we would be very pleased to see you in the Department on that day.  Prospective students will be able to meet members of...

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Department Open Day

23 September 2016

Representatives from industry, former members of the Department and the University, more generally, visited the Department during the recent 'Alumni Weekend' to see the new facilities available to researchers during our informative and interactive Open Day. Visitors followed a self-guided tour...

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Materials Science PhD student wins the CISER award 2016

9 September 2016

Fernando Roberto Pereira, a PhD student within Prof Bill Clyne's group, has recently won a prize in a competition in Brazil.  The CISER award, launched in 2008, recognizes young and talented students with creative and innovative ideas, particularly in areas of interest to the firm. This year...

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Proceedings from February's London and Cambridge meetings on caloric materials are now published

30 August 2016

Neil Mathur, Sohini Kar-Narayan and Xavier Moya organised back-to-back meetings on caloric materials in February 2016, ...

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Sir John Meurig Thomas receives one of the 2016 Royal Medals

27 July 2016

Sir John Meurig Thomas HonFREng FRS is awarded one of the three 2016 Royal Medals for his pioneering work within catalytic chemistry, in particular on single-site heterogeneous catalysts, which have had a major impact on green chemistry, clean technology and sustainability

The three Royal...

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Battery paste recycling technology developed at Cambridge is licensed to Aurelius Environmental

7 July 2016

A lead-acid battery paste recycling technology that is cheaper and cleaner than traditional methods, developed by Dr Vasant Kumar and his research team, has been licensed to Aurelius Environmental (AE) in the West Midlands. The technology, which has the potential to transform the battery...

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Dr Paul Coxon receives an inaugural Public Engagement with Research Award

23 June 2016

On Monday 20 June, the Vice-Chancellor and Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research presented two sets of inaugural awards; the Impact Awards run by the Research Strategy Office, and the Public Engagement with Research Awards run by the Public Engagement team in the Office of External Affairs and...

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