MET I Student George Hutchinson receives STEP AwardThursday 3 November 2005
George Hutchinson's research findings will provide a significant reduction in costs and have resulted in Weston EU Ltd saving £13K per annum.
Dr O'Neill elected a Director of the Laser Institute of AmericaWednesday 2 November 2005
Dr Bill O'Neill of the IfM has been elected a Director of the Laser Institute of America (LIA).
Professor Mike Gregory CBE is appointed as UK Executive Director of the Cambridge-MIT InstituteTuesday 1 November 2005
Professor Mike Gregory CBE, will take up his appointment, as the new UK Executive Director of CMI with effect from 1st November 2005.
Faraday Packaging Partnership 'Associate of the Year' award joint winnerFriday 28 October 2005
David Beeton of the Centre for Technology Management was recently named joint winner of the Faraday Packaging Partnership 'Associate of the Year' award.
Professor Mike Gregory to Speak at The Manufacturer LIVE 2005 EventTuesday 27 September 2005
Professor Mike Gregory is speaking at The Manufacturer Live Event 2005 as part of the DTI Manufacturing Forum.
IfM announces launch of Global Manufacturing Networks ForumTuesday 20 September 2005
The IfM announced it will be launching the Global Manufacturing Networks Forum in January 2006.
Ex-MET student design wins British Standards Institution 2005 Environmental Design AwardWednesday 7 September 2005
Peter Brewin, recently an MET student here at the IfM and now a design student at the UK's Royal College of Art has designed a shower which recycles water and promises to save householders money and energy.
Cambridge Auto ID Labs launches Aerospace ID Technologies Research Programme with blue-chip aerospace companies and solutions providersMonday 5 September 2005
Cambridge Auto ID Labs today announced the formation of a global partnership.
IfM Research Student wins Departmental photographic competitionMonday 16 May 2005
This photograph, taken by Kathryn Jackson, is the winning entry for the Engineering Department's photography competition.
Shingo prize recognises research excellence in world-class manufacturingWednesday 20 April 2005
A Research Prize was awarded to the article "The Effects of Just-in-Time/Lean Production on Worker Job Stress" by Robert Conti, Bryant University and the University of Cambridge; Jannis Angelis and Colin Gill, University of Cambridge.
Cambridge-trained engineers take on the world's bestMonday 21 February 2005
A team of Cambridge-trained technology entrepreneurs from around the UK have reached the semi-finals of a premier US business plan competition.