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Raspberry Pi
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NASA International Space Station
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The Tornado story: from dream to steam

Rob Morland’s talk will tell the story of Tornado’s construction, and recent operations, an amazing tale of cooperation, skill and sheer hard graft which defied the critics who said it could never be done. The A1 Trust has over 2500 regular supporters (covenantors) who have all played some part, small or large, in guaranteeing that we have steam on the main line in the 21st Century.

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The Anglia Ruskin University 3rd year Technology students are presenting the research from their major project, please come along
Friday 28th March 6-8pm in the Academy rear of reception East Rd CB1 1PT
  • Posted Wed 19 Mar 2014 03:43 GMT

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Welcome to the IET Cambridge Local Network. Thic community is open to anyone who wants to get involved, especially those in the Cambridge area.

We regularly organise a series of technical and engineering based public lectures which are held at the either the main Engineering Department or the Computer Labs. The programme card for the latest season of talks can be downloaded from the 'Files' section.
We are on the lookout for new committee members. If you want to find out more please contact Tim Wilkinson

Come along, there are always tea and sandwiches!

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Timothy Wilkinson
Vernon Boyd
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Andrew Howell
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David Blake
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Fraser Edwards
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John Frankham
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S Sabesan
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A Loo
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E Hall
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