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The Newsletter of the University of Cambridge Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Welcome to CEB Focus, the newsletter from the University of Cambridge Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. CEB Focus is a termly publication put together by the CEB editorial team, a dedicated group of volunteers led by Elena Gonzalez (Chief Editor) and the help of an external professional designer (Charlotte Pincombe) and volunteer editors undergraduate CUCES Publicity Rep Izzy Bentley, PhD students Gemma Siddall, Sina Schack, Yong Tan and Chyi Chung and Postdoc Dr Ajay Mishra.

CEB Focus newsletter is aimed at current and potential global research and industry partners, our alumni and friends, as well as department faculty and assistant staff members, past and present. We aim to keep our stakeholders updated on our teaching and research activities and breakthroughs, as well as student and academic achievements.

Although the issue is available in print and distributed across all department sites, we keep printing to a minimum. A paper copy can be posted upon Every issue is also uploaded on the University of Cambridge alumni website and shared on Facebook and Issuu digital platforms. It is also circulated via email in PDF format to department contacts and ceb-news e-mail list subscribers. To receive a regular e-copy of CEB Focus subscribe by sending a message to ceb-news-request@lists.cam.ac.uk with ‘Subscribe’ as the subject of the message.

We very much encourage our members, students, alumni and partners to keep in touch and share their news with us. We’d be delighted to hear from you regarding your time in Cambridge, experience in the department, your career achievements and/or personal highlights. A personal or career profile for the 'Alumni Corner' section or a corporate announcements for the ‘Industry Business’ section would be very welcome.

Please send your suggestions for content and contributions to CEB Focus editorial team at  and feel free to contact Elena Gonzalez , chief editor, to discuss possible contributions or opportunities for advertising.

View the latest issue, September 2019

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October 2018  May 2018  January 2018
October 2017 May 2017 January 2017
October 2016  May 2016  January 2016
October 2015  May 2015  January 2015
October 2014  May 2014  January 2014 
October 2013
  May 2013  January 2013  
October 2012 May 2012  January 2012 
October 2011  May 2011  January 2011  
October 2010

CEB Focus Editorial Team 2019

Editorial schedule 2019-2020

Issue  Editorial deadline Distributed
Michaelmas Term 2019 Wednesday 31 July 2019 Monday 9 September 2019
Lent Term 2020 Friday 6 December 2019 Monday 27 January 2020
Easter Term 2020 Friday 24 April 2020 Monday 1 June 2020

 

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Latest news

September paper of the month: flexible production of micro and nanofluidic devices

22 October 2019

Researchers from our Laser Analytics group have developed a laser-based manufacturing process that can produce combined nanofluidic and microfluidic devices in a fast and scalable manner.

Collaborative air pollution project wins Vice-Chancellor's Research Impact and Engagement Award

15 October 2019

Student-led initiative Open-Seneca, which aims to create a global low-cost mobile air pollution sensor network driven by citizen science, was a winner in the collaboration category of the annual awards from the University's Vice-Chancellor

Sensor CDT highlights key role of sensing in sustainability at annual Sensors Day conference

15 October 2019

We celebrated the work of our EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sensor Technologies for a Healthy and Sustainable Future in two events last week, showcasing contributions from students and academic and industrial partners.