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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

 

Research projects are a major part of the coursework for Chemical Engineering students in their fourth year at Cambridge, leading to the MEng degree. On Friday, 29 February 2008, half of the class gave their presentations with the other half presenting on Tuesday, 4 March 2008.

Poster session, Tuesday, 4 March 2008
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Waiting for the results
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Nadiah Zainul-Abdin and Zhiyan Lin
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Winners and runners up from Tuesday: Nadiah Zainul-Abdin, Han Hsien Seah, Zhiyan Lin and Meenal Pore
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Winners and runners up from both days: Li Li, Richard Holroyd, Nadiah Zainul-Abdin, Szymon Leszczynski, Han Hsien Seah, Polly Outram, Zhiyan Lin and Meenal Pore
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