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  • Holographic projector, Centre for Applied Photonics and Electronics
    Holographic projector, Centre for Applied Photonics and Electronics

One of the largest and highest ranked such departments in the world, Cambridge's Department of Engineering is driving forward major projects on pivotal issues such as energy, cities, transport, healthcare and manufacturing.

Engineering at Cambridge is an integrated department comprised of the best academics, staff and students from around the world. The Department's strategic themes are:

  • Energy, fluid mechanics, and turbo-machinery
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanics, materials and design
  • Civil engineering
  • Manufacturing and management
  • Information engineering

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You can support Engineering at Cambridge by donating online. Alternatively, to discuss your philanthropic goals or explore opportunities for collaborative investment, please contact:

Ann Cernek

Associate Director — Engineering

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Opportunities in 'Engineering'

'Evolution' travelled 2,047km on solar power across the Australian Outback
Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) is a 60-strong student organisation that designs and builds solar powered vehicles to compete in the biennial World Solar Challenge.
Full Blue Racing is a student team of 60 that designs, builds, and races a single-seater race car at the annual Formula Student UK (FSUK) competition.
Attendees at the Mike Sharman commemoration event, 27 September 2014
The Sharman Fund was established in memory of Mike Sharman who pioneered graduate and postgraduate education in manufacturing from the 1960s until his retirement in the 1990s.
Rob Miller and students in Whittle Lab
Accelerating the development of decarbonisation technologies in aviation and beyond.

This opportunity is part of

Nanomaterials and spectroscopy research

The School of Technology is concerned with the development of new technologies and processes to improve the quality of life of society as a whole.

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Philanthropic giving is at the heart of the success of the Collegiate University, enabling us to make discoveries that change the world and to ensure that our students receive an unrivalled education. Cambridge owes its world-leading excellence in research and teaching to the generosity of its supporters. Our history is synonymous with a history of far-sighted benefaction, and the same is as true today as it has ever been.

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Formula 1 has announced that it will extend its funding commitment to the Formula 1 Engineering Scholarship programme for underrepresented groups until 2025, continuing its drive to increase diversity within the sport.