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Sensor CDT mini-research projects featured in CEB Focus

last modified May 18, 2016 02:08 PM

The second student cohort at the Sensor CDT featured in a recent article in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology’s newsletter, CEB Focus (Issue 18, May 2016). Written by our graduate student, Dimitrios Simatos, the piece highlights the diverse range of sensor related mini-research projects undertaken by the CDT students during the MRes year.  

Each mini-project bridges across two University departments, providing the students with an exclusive insight into the work being carried out in the research laboratories in Cambridge, before deciding on a path for their own PhD projects.

Read the full article here.

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