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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).
Major new research grant awarded to Professor Sir Mark Welland in the field of nanotechnology
Nature Energy – Launching January 2016
New glass manufacturing technique enables design of hybrid glasses to revolutionise gas storage
Energy@Cambridge Co-ordinator appointed
New videos added to the site
Call for Posters: Future Energy Challenge
Professor Ann Dowling President of the Royal Academy of Engineering
Royal Academy of Engineering celebrates its first female President
Queen's Birthday Honours 2015
August 2014: Royal Society honours Cambridge scientists
Science Festival 2015: Connectivity and Flow in Future Cities
Senior academic promotions announced 2015
SET for Britain
Shell Future Energy Challenge Poster Winner Announced
Cambridge Engineers Break Superconductor World Record
Switch Off Week: 10–16 November
University Teaching Awards Honour Excellence
Funding boost for infrastructure research at Cambridge