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Life-saving manufacturing engineering
Two manufacturing engineering graduates, Susan Long and Abi Bush, are changing the face of humanitarian aid using innovative technology solutions to help people around the world that are affected by disaster or war.
Take your medicine
Dr Jag Srai talks about the future of pharmaceutical supply chains in the latest issue of the Universityof Cambridge's research magazine, Research Horizons.
Next generation nano-battery
A team of University of Cambridge engineers who are hoping to fuel an electric bus revolution are a step closer to their goal after their next-generation nanotechnology battery was commended in the 2017 Emerging Technologies Competition.
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