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Machine learning predicts mechanical properties of porous materials

Machine learning predicts mechanical properties of porous materials

Machine learning can be used to predict the properties of a group of materials that, according to some, could be as important to the 21st century as plastics were to the 20th.

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Alumna Fiona Erskine publishes “The Chemical Detective” book

Alumna Fiona Erskine publishes “The Chemical Detective” book

Chemical Engineering alumna and writer Fiona Erskine publishes “The Chemical Detective”, a crime thriller with a chemical engineering protagonist.

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New approach to drug discovery could lead to personalised treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders

New approach to drug discovery could lead to personalised treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders

Researchers from our Centre for Neuropsychiatric Research have developed a method that could drastically accelerate the search for new drugs to treat mental health disorders such as schizophrenia.

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Solar irrigation solutions for smallholder farmers in India

Solar irrigation solutions for smallholder farmers in India

Graduate Dr Clementine Chambon launches solar irrigation social enterprise campaign in India to empower rural communities.

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BioNano Engineering study in inaugural Frontiers in Chemistry 'Rising Stars' article collection

BioNano Engineering study in inaugural Frontiers in Chemistry 'Rising Stars' article collection

Fruk Lab study 'Flavin Conjugated Polydopamine Nanoparticles Displaying Light-Driven Monooxygenase Activity' in inaugural Frontiers in Chemistry Journal 'Rising Stars' article collection

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Modelling the behaviour of virus-infected killer yeasts for biotech applications

Modelling the behaviour of virus-infected killer yeasts for biotech applications

Dr Duygu Dikicioglu’s paper on “Dynamic modelling of the killing mechanism of action by virus-infected yeasts” featured in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface

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Prestigious Double Fellowship Award for Dr Pappa

Prestigious Double Fellowship Award for Dr Pappa

Dr Anna-Maria Pappa, Postdoc from BEST group, has been awarded the Oppenheimer Research Fellowship in addition to the Maudslay-Butler Research Fellowship from Pembroke College.

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Alumnus Professor McKinley elected Royal Society Fellow

Alumnus Professor McKinley elected Royal Society Fellow

Alumnus Professor Gareth McKinley among the 51 distinguished scientists elected as new Royal Society Fellows for his exceptional contribution to science.

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Dr Vassiliadis celebrates the contributions of Roger W.H. Sargent at memorial event

Dr Vassiliadis celebrates the contributions of Roger W.H. Sargent at memorial event

Dr Vassiliadis contributed a talk on optimal control in chemical engineering at a memorial event for Roger W.H. Sargent, founder of process systems engineering.

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A chemical garden that’s also a chemical clock

A chemical garden that’s also a chemical clock

Research from our Cardoso lab and their colleagues in Spain, published in Angewandte Chemie, combines two classic demos in one beautiful example of active fluid dynamics.

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The Robin Paul Research Prize 2020 launched

The Robin Paul Research Prize 2020 launched

The Robin Paul Research Prize launched in honour of Chemical Engineering Alumnus Dr Robin Paul.

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Insulin resistance and schizophrenia genetically linked, finds Bahn lab study

Insulin resistance and schizophrenia genetically linked, finds Bahn lab study

Researchers from our Centre for Neuropsychiatric Research have discovered new evidence of a direct genetic link between insulin resistance – a cause of type 2 diabetes – and schizophrenia.

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Dr Fruk awarded Human Frontier Science Program research grant

Dr Fruk awarded Human Frontier Science Program research grant

Dr Ljiljana Fruk awarded Human Frontier Science Program Research Grant to study neuronal activity in the brain.

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BEST monitoring effect of e-cigarette emissions

BEST monitoring effect of e-cigarette emissions

Dr Róisín Owens, BioElectronics Systems Technology (BEST) group prinicpal investigator, has developed an electrochemical transistor that can monitor the effect of e-cigarette emissions.

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A day of discovery for Cambridge Science Festival

A day of discovery for Cambridge Science Festival

On Saturday 23 March, we welcomed over 750 visitors to the department for Cambridge Science Festival, inviting them to explore our research, meet our scientists and take part in hands-on demos and experiments.

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Scientific heirloom awarded to Dr Owens

Scientific heirloom awarded to Dr Owens

Dr Róisín Owens recognised at the Engineering & Physical Sciences Suffrage Science Awards at the Royal Society on International Women’s Day 2019.

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International Women's Day celebration at CEB

International Women's Day celebration at CEB

Department members rallied around to celebrate International Women's Day with a specially designed cake.

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CEB Paper JBC's Editors' Pick

CEB Paper JBC's Editors' Pick

Dr Meng Lu’s paper “Structural progression of amyloid-β Arctic mutant aggregation in cells revealed by multiparametric imaging” selected by JBC as Editors’ Pick and Cover Page.

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Machine learning predicts mechanical properties of porous materials

May 16, 2019

Machine learning can be used to predict the properties of a group of materials that, according to some, could be as important to the 21st century as plastics were to the 20th.

Alumna Fiona Erskine publishes “The Chemical Detective” book

May 10, 2019

Chemical Engineering alumna and writer Fiona Erskine publishes “The Chemical Detective”, a crime thriller with a chemical engineering protagonist.

New approach to drug discovery could lead to personalised treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders

May 09, 2019

Researchers from our Centre for Neuropsychiatric Research have developed a method that could drastically accelerate the search for new drugs to treat mental health disorders such as schizophrenia.

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