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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

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 Niki Kotecha and PhD students  Sina Schack,  Adarsh Arun, Madhuri Manohar, Sarah Barron, Yong Ren Tan and Cristina Lopez) led by Elena Gonzalez, Chief Editor.

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.

The newsletter issues are mainly available and distributed online as we keep printing to a minimumEvery issue is shared on our social media channels, uploaded on Issuu digital platforms and an e-copy sent to all of those on our email distribution lists including all suscribers to our ceb-news e-mail list. To subscribe just send  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.

Download the current issue June 2021

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 current and previous issues and other Department publications on Issuu from your mobile device 

View previous issues:

January 2021
January 2020  June 2020 October 2020
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 2020-2021

Issue  Editorial deadline Distributed
Michaelmas Term 2020 Friday 7 August 2020 Monday 5 October 2020
Lent Term 2021 Friday 4 December 2020 Monday 18 January 2021
Easter Term 2021 Friday 23  April 2021 Tuesday 1 June 2021

 

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Research Horizons 

The Reporter 

Varsity 

The Cambridge Student 

Latest news

CEB hosts chocolate-themed Sutton Trust summer school in collaboration with Nestlé  

4 October 2022

CEB recently hosted the first in-person Sutton Trust summer school back in August with an aim to engage young students with chemical engineering and biotechnology.

Organic ‘e-transmembrane’ device paves way for next-generation drug discovery

23 September 2022

Researchers in our Bioelectronic Systems Technology Group have developed a bioelectronic platform to grow and monitor 3D cell cultures in real-time, that can be used to deliver more predictive, high throughput drug screening assays.

Outreach at CEB: casting the net wider

12 September 2022

We have been increasing our activities targeting local, national and international schools to raise the profile of STEM subjects and encourage young students to study chemical engineering and biotechnology at Cambridge.

Seminars

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