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Promoting Girls in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics)

The CDT-UP sponsored the ‘Promoting Girls in STEM’ event on the 28th October, which is run for local Girl Scout Troop’s aged 5 to 11 years old. This event was also supported in part by the Gates Scholar support fund.

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Timely Submission

Congratulations to Clare Collins who has submitted her PhD thesis ahead of her 3 year end date!

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CDT Brochure: Showcase of Current Research Projects

This brochure showcases a selection of research projects being undertaken across EPSRC-supported Centres, from tackling social care challenges using big data to developing innovative applications of DNA sequencing to improve water treatment processes.

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CDT Newsletter, May 2017

Get an insight into the Cambridge and Cranfield MRes projects, and find out how to become a CDT-UP project partner, check out the CDT-UP May news.

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CDT Newsletter, February 2017

Read the latest news on the CDT-UP programme, giving an insight into the Cambridge mini-projects and looking ahead to events during the Spring.

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CDT Newsletter, November 2016

Read the latest news on the CDT-UP programme, welcoming new students and saying goodbye to the first ever CDT-UP cohort.

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The Future of Precision Engineering, October 2016

The Centre for innovative manufacturing in Ultra Precision held its final outreach meeting 'The Future of Precision Engineering' at the Academy of Medical Sciences, London on Wednesday 26 October 2016.

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PhD Student Clare Collins' photo wins special commendation in the 2016 Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition

Clare Collins, 3rd year PhD, was awarded the prize for ‘Special Commendation’ for her image of Carbon nanotube jellyfish in The Royal Society Publishing Photography Competition in the micro-imaging category.

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CDT-UP Newsletter, August 2016

Read features on the 2015/16 MRes Group Projects, EUSPEN 2016 and the industrial tours taken by the MRes cohort.

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Ultra Precision Engineering Conference

The Ultra Precision Engineering Conference organised by the 2015/16 cohort of MRes students took place on 9 May 2016 at the Institute for Manufacturing, Cambridge.

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CDT Newsletters

Read our newsletters from December 2014 to May 2016

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