IfM students receive Vice-Chancellor’s Social Impact Award for COVID-19 workFriday 29 May 2020
Jack Levy, Fathima Nisha Begum Samad and David Cordova, MPhil students in Industrial Systems, Manufacture and Management, received a Vice- Chancellor’s Social Impact Award for their efforts in supporting Addenbrooke’s Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students from IfM help to speed up vital COVID-19 testingFriday 1 May 2020
Two Wolfson College students from the Institute for Manufacturing are working with experts at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the Baker Lab to help streamline testing for COVID-19.
Prize-winning agri-tech entrepreneursWednesday 29 June 2016
Two IfM graduate students reap the rewards of their entrepreneurial approach to agri-tech.
Manufacturing leadersFriday 1 April 2016
Roger Connor is President, Global Manufacturing & Supply at GSK. He met Judith Shawcross, Head of Professional and Executive Development at the IfM, to talk about the time he spent in Cambridge on the Manufacturing Leaders’ Programme (MLP) – and how it remains relevant to the challenges he faces today.
Getting creative in the kitchenWednesday 15 April 2015
Former IfM postgraduate student, Richard Joseph set up innovative kitchenware company, Joseph Joseph in 2003 with his twin brother. It now has a turnover of £40 million, sells its products in 104 countries and has 80 employees.
Mike Sharman 1933 - 2013Wednesday 15 January 2014
Mike Sharman, a pioneering course director in manufacturing at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering, has died, aged 80.
Students study tour takes them to San FranciscoTuesday 10 September 2013
A group of students from the IfM visited the San Francisco Bay area on a study tour with the objective of looking at four themes: innovation, sustainability, supply chain management and the economic downturn.