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Energy Research at the University of Cambridge

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Research Themes

Energy research in Cambridge is distributed across many disciplines and covers supply, conversion and demand, including socio-economic, technology, policy and materials-based cross-cutting themes at the University.

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Centre for Advanced Materials for Integrated Energy Systems (CAM-IES)

CAM-IES is a partnership between industry and the universities of Cambridge, Newcastle, Queen Mary and University College London, focused on the development of advanced materials for energy conversion and storage.

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Grand Challenges

Energy@Cambridge Grand Challenges focus on developing and delivering new large-scale collaborative activities, facilities, centres and research directions to focus on future energy challenges where we can make an enduring impact.

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In Search of 'Good' Energy Policy Seminar Series - Videos & Audio

The full Seminar Series' Videos and Audio are now available. Each seminar will address a case ranging from pipelines and nuclear energy to environmental regulation and market design.

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Video and Media Links

Energy related short videos, audio clips and media from the University of Cambridge.

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Collaboration

We are able to support research institutions, businesses, government departments and any other organisations interested in establishing an energy related research collaboration with the University of Cambridge.

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ANNOUNCEMENT 1 | Call: EPSRC - Faraday Challenge Batteries Research Institute

The EPSRC has issued a call inviting researchers interested in collaborating on and scoping research projects for the Faraday Challenge Batteries Research Institute. Click here for more details and register your interest with Energy@Cambridge. Deadline: 1 Sept 2017

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ANNOUNCEMENT 2 | 2017 Winton Advanced Research Fellowships

Applications now being accepted. The scheme supports outstanding, ambitious scientists with the potential to become independent research leaders in their field. Fellowships will be for 5 years' duration.

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Upcoming events

CAM-IES Networking

Sep 21, 2017

Queen Mary University of London

CAM-IES Autumn Symposium

Sep 21, 2017

Queen Mary University of London

“Future Directions in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” Roadmapping Workshop

Sep 28, 2017

Institute for Manufacturing, 17 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge

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About Us

Energy@Cambridge is a University-wide Strategic Research Initiative which links the activities of over 250 academics working in energy research, at all career levels and across 30 departments and faculties.