Dr Claire Barlow to speak at the Institute for Physics and Royal Society of Chemistry seminarFriday 1 December 2006
The Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of Chemistry are holding an evening seminar entitled 'Science and the Environment: Solutions for mitigating pollution' on Wednesday 13 December.
Cambridge report lays out options for an environmentally sustainable fashion industryWednesday 1 November 2006
Researchers have laid out a set of proposals outlining how consumers could satisfy their needs for clothes and textiles with significantly reduced impact on the environment, while also offering new business opportunities to UK companies.
Centre for Technology Management support Shell "opportunities for innovations" study 2006Tuesday 3 October 2006
"The business opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's) in tackling the causes of climate change" is a study for Shell Springboard by consultants at Vivid Economics.
Centre for Distributed Automation and Control explore reconfigurabilityMonday 2 October 2006
The Centre for Distributed Automation and Control held a one-day workshop on 28th September.
Mike Gregory nominated in The Manufacturer Power 50 2006Tuesday 5 September 2006
The Manufacturer magazine set about finding the 50 most influential people in the UK manufacturing community.
Cambridge Auto-ID Lab and Auto-ID Lab Japan enter into collaborationMonday 4 September 2006
The Cambridge Auto-ID Lab at Cambridge University and Auto-ID Lab Japan at Keio University have signed an academic partnership and research collaboration protocol.
European Manufacturing Strategies Summit, Germany, October 9th & 10th 2006Friday 1 September 2006
The European Manufacturing Strategies Summit (EMS Summit) will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany, on October 9th and 10th.
Duncan McFarlane appointed to RAE Engineering ProfessorshipWednesday 2 August 2006
Dr Duncan McFarlane from the Centre for Distributed Automation Control has been appointed to the new Royal Academy of Engineering Professorship in Service and Support Engineering.
12th Cambridge Technology Management Symposium announcedTuesday 1 August 2006
This year's Cambridge Technology Management Symposium will focus on creativity, design and innovation.
IfM research associate wins Epson Photography Competition at the Department of EngineeringMonday 5 June 2006
IfM research associate Dr Steve Hoath from the Production Processes Group has won the Epson Photography Competition.
Ken Platts and Rob Perrons win the 'Dr Theo Williamson award'Thursday 1 June 2006
A paper by Dr Ken Platts and Dr Rob Perrons was the 2006 winner of the Dr Theo Williamson Outstanding Paper award.
Announcement of new project - High Efficiency Gas-assisted cutting using optimised next generation fibre lasersMonday 1 May 2006
The Centre for Industrial Photonics has announced it is to begin a £350,000 research project funded by the DTI as part of their 'Optoelectronics and Disruptive Electronics Programme'.
First Technology and Innovation Management Course is a successTuesday 4 April 2006
CTM ran its first executive education course on technology and innovation management in March.
Phil Hanson presents keynote at Hethel Engineering Open DayMonday 3 April 2006
Phil Hanson was invited to give the keynote address at the Hethel Engineering Open Day on Wednesday 29 March.
IfM takes on the Grand Challenges of manufacturingFriday 3 March 2006
The Cambridge Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) has won funding for ground-breaking projects tackling the challenges facing manufacturing in the 21st Century.
Students from IfM attend Younger Scientists, Engineers and Technologists for Britain reception at the House of CommonsThursday 2 March 2006
Tom Counsell and Helen Ward from the IfM's Sustainable Manufacturing Group attended the eighth annual reception for Britain's top Younger Scientists, Engineers and Technologists at the House of Commons on Monday 13 March.
Centre for Industrial Photonics - Leading the field of advanced photonic systemsWednesday 1 February 2006
The Institute for Manufacturing has launched its Centre for Industrial Photonics (CIP).