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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

 
  • 30Jan

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 12Feb

    If you are an academic, researcher or postgraduate student and want to learn more about commercialisation, Cambridge Enterprise will be holding a 3-part series of talks to guide you through the process. This year's theme is "commercialising software."

  • 27Feb

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 04Mar

    If you are an academic, researcher or postgraduate student and want to learn more about commercialisation, Cambridge Enterprise will be holding a 3-part series of talks to guide you through the process. This year's theme is "commercialising software."

  • 21Mar

    The Cambridge Science Festival returns with the theme of “vision” on its 26th edition and CEB will be hosting it again on Saturday 21 March following last year's  success with a record of over 750 visitors in three hours.

  • 26Mar

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 30Apr

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 28May

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 25Jun

    CEB works very closely with Cambridge Enterprise in West Cambridge for the benefit of researchers’ development and research commercialisation. The hot-desking sessions return to CEB, an initiative launched by our Cambridge Enterprise colleagues last year. 

  • 29Jun

    Our annual Research Conference returns next year, celebrating the multidisciplinary science taking place across our department.

Latest news

Graduate Student Award for Kimberly Bowal at AIChE Annual General Meeting

20 January 2020

PhD student Kimberly Bowal awarded a “Carbon Nanomaterials Graduate Student Award” for her presentation at the AIChE AGM.

November paper of the month: low-cost open-source imaging technique can visualise whole organs

8 January 2020

Researchers from our Laser Analytics group have developed a low-cost, open-source imaging system that can visualise groups of cells or organ tissues without cutting the tissues.

Professor Gladden appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire

3 January 2020

Former HoD, Professor Lynn Gladden, Executive Chair of EPSRC, named Dame Commander of the British Empire in the 2020 Queen's Birthday Honours list for her services to Academic and Industrial Research in Chemical Engineering.