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Departments and Institutions

Cambridge University is a confederation of Schools, Faculties, Departments and Colleges. There are six Schools, each of which consitutes an administrative grouping of Faculties and other institutions. They are: Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Technology.

This section provides information about the departments, institutes, centres and other institutions at Cambridge with which the members of the Energy@Cambridge initiative are affiliated. Scroll down and select an institution from the list below to see the relevant members of the department, as well as links to the departments.



Arts and Humanities

Department of Architecture Faculty of Divinity

Biological Sciences

Department of Biochemistry Department of Genetics
Department of Plant Sciences Department of Psychology
Department of Zoology

Clinical Medicine

Department of Medicine


Humanities and Social Sciences

Centre of Development Studies Department of History and Philosophy of Science
Department of Land Economy Department of Politics and International Studies
Department of Social Anthropology Department of Sociology
Faculty of Economics Faculty of Education
Faculty of History Faculty of Law

Physical Sciences

Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics Department of Chemistry
Department of Earth Sciences Department of Geography
Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
Department of Physics Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences


Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership Computer Laboratory
Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Department of Engineering
Judge Business School


Other Institutes and Centres

Academic Division BP Institute
British Antarctic Survey  Cambridge Innovation and Knowledge Centre
Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research and Education in Singapore Environment and Energy