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Cambridge joins international partners in Singapore as country's flagship research programme celebrates 10th anniversary
Cambridge to lead £11.9m research project to extend battery life for electric vehicles
Cambridge and India Engagement
Bacteria in the world’s oceans produce millions of tonnes of hydrocarbons each year
C-EENRG receives Newton Fund grant
CAM-IES at the International Flow Battery Forum
CAM-IES Networking Symposium, Queen Mary University, 21 September 2017
Platform on International Energy Governance event ‘An Inclusive Energy Transition? Global low-carbon strategies and their discontents’
Non-toxic alternative for next-generation solar cells
Call: EPSRC - Faraday Challenge Batteries Research Institute - 1 September 2017
New tools show a way forward for large-scale storage of renewable energy
Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council funding
Prof Manish Chhowalla awarded IOM3 2020 Prizes Griffith Medal & Prize
University spin-out Poro Technologies raises £1.5m for its semiconductor of the future technology
Green COVID-19 recovery packages can boost economic growth and tackle climate change
Henry Royce: Materials for the energy transition Executive Summary and Roadmap webinar
Solar cell material can recycle light to boost efficiency
Maxwell Centre - pioneering centre for physical sciences-industry collaborations opens
Clean energy: experts outline how governments can successfully invest before it’s too late
CAM-IES Symposium on Photovoltaics and Thermoelectrics - 8 Nov 2017
Harnessing the power of algae: new, greener fuel cells move step closer to reality
Cambridge and Berkeley team up in Singapore
Watching magnetic nano ‘tornadoes’ in 3D
The climate crisis: towards zero carbon
Business Secretary announces founding partners of £65 million battery technology research institute
Carbon capture: universities and industry work together to tackle emissions
CAM-IES Symposium: Photovoltaics and Thermoelectrics
AIP Horizons/CAM-IES Conference on Interfaces in Energy Materials
CAM-IES Industry Workshop: Energy Harvesting for Wireless Sensors and the Internet of Things, Thursday 12 April 2018
Scientists pioneer a new way to turn sunlight into fuel