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Read more at: Catalysis@Cambridge Showcase and Networking Event
Catalysis@Cambridge Showcase and Networking Event

Catalysis@Cambridge Showcase and Networking Event

On 14 April 2015 Catalysis@Cambridge hosted the first Showcase and Networking Event which brought together a number of Cambridge academics, researchers and around 50 industry representatives, including from GlaxoSmithKline, Shell, Pfizer, Sabic, Aramco, Merck, and Johnson Matthey. The event was supported by Energy@...


Read more at: New videos added to the site
New videos added to the site

New videos added to the site

New videos have been added to the site at www.energy.cam.ac.uk/policy/Videos including Dr Julian Allwood's TEDx talk "Let's Just Use Less Energy"


Read more at: Jan 20, 2014: Cambridge in Davos
Jan 20, 2014: Cambridge in Davos

Jan 20, 2014: Cambridge in Davos

A delegation of Cambridge academics, led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, is attending the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, this week. Professor Lord Martin Rees (Institute of Astronomy), Professor Julian Dowdeswell (Scott Polar Research Institute) and Professor Jon...


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: Energy@Cambridge to support two CRASSH faculty research groups
Energy@Cambridge to support two CRASSH faculty research groups

Energy@Cambridge to support two CRASSH faculty research groups

Energy@Cambridge wishes to support up to two CRASSH faculty research groups exploring research led by the arts, humanities and social sciences concerning any aspect of energy-related research. The world’s energy challenge needs multifaceted responses from across the arts, the humanities and the life, social and physical...


Read more at: Invention of blue LEDs receives Physics Nobel
Invention of blue LEDs receives Physics Nobel

Invention of blue LEDs receives Physics Nobel

The 2014 Nobel Prize for physics has been awarded to a trio of scientists in Japan and the US for the invention of blue light emitting diodes (LEDs).