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Read more at: Senior academic promotions announced 2015
Senior academic promotions announced 2015

Senior academic promotions announced 2015

The senior academic promotions take effect from 1 October 2015. 39 Professorships have been announced, together with 41 Readerships and 23 Senior Lectureships. These include Professorships for 11 Energy@Cambridge members, including the following: Dr James Haseloff in the Department of Plant Sciences; David Howarth in the...


Read more at: UK and China Collaboration on Sustainable Materials for Infrastructure
UK and China Collaboration on Sustainable Materials for Infrastructure

UK and China Collaboration on Sustainable Materials for Infrastructure

Professor Abir Al-Tabbaa and Dr Janet Lees from the Department of Engineering and Dr Yun Bai from Civil Engineering University College London (UCL) have been successful in the first ever EPSRC/NSFC call for collaborative UK/China research projects on Sustainable Materials for Infrastructure. Together with their...


Read more at: Mar 4, 2014: Professor Lynn Gladden to give Bakerian Lecture
Mar 4, 2014: Professor Lynn Gladden to give Bakerian Lecture

Mar 4, 2014: Professor Lynn Gladden to give Bakerian Lecture

It’s magnetic resonance - but not as you know it Bakerian Lecture by Professor Lynn Gladden Professor Lynn Gladden leads research activities at the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre at the University of Cambridge. Her group develops methods that advance our understanding of processes that lie at the heart of many...


Read more at: Science Festival 2015: Connectivity and Flow in Future Cities
Science Festival 2015: Connectivity and Flow in Future Cities

Science Festival 2015: Connectivity and Flow in Future Cities

Reported by Natalie Miazga , CSaP Policy Intern In a Science Festival event hosted by CSaP, the Cambridge Forum for Sustainability and the Environment , and the Energy@Cambridge Initiative , a panel of speakers brought together the challenges and opportunities presented by rapid growth and urbanisation of cities. This was...


Read more at: August 2014: Royal Society honours Cambridge scientists
August 2014: Royal Society honours Cambridge scientists

August 2014: Royal Society honours Cambridge scientists

The Royal Society has announced the recipients of its awards, medals and prizes for 2104. Three Cambridge scientists, two of whom are members of Energy@Cambridge , are among those honoured by the Royal Society this week (August 2014). Professor Jeremy Baumberg FRS, Department of Physics, received the Rumford Medal “ for...


Read more at: Major new research grant awarded to Professor Sir Mark Welland in the field of nanotechnology
Major new research grant awarded to Professor Sir Mark Welland in the field of nanotechnology

Major new research grant awarded to Professor Sir Mark Welland in the field of nanotechnology

The multi-million pound 5 year project sponsored by Lloyd’s Register Foundation follows the publication of the LRF’s Foresight review in nanotechnology: the next industrial revolution. The project is entitled Nanotechnology in subsea power infrastructure. Along with its collaborators; National University of Singapore...


Read more at: Energy for the Future Panel Discussion
Energy for the Future Panel Discussion

Energy for the Future Panel Discussion

Supported by Energy@Cambridge , CamAWiSE (Cambridge Association for Women in Science and Engineering) hosted the lively “Energy for the Future: plugging the gap in energy supply, a gap too big?” panel discussion at Trinity Hall College on 21 May 2015. Iman Hill (former Vice President of African Development and Production...


Read more at: Climate Change Tweetathon
Climate Change Tweetathon

Climate Change Tweetathon

Relevant authorities will come together from food, water, health, business, biodiversity, the natural environment, government, cities, homes and sport to talk about the impacts of climate change and the action that can be taken to tackle it – both in the UK and globally From 0900 until 1900 (GMT) on 25 November you can...