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Non-recyclable plastic waste generating hydrogen
New class of materials could be used to make batteries that charge faster
Materials that could significantly improve battery charging speeds
The ‘brain’ that’s helping reduce carbon emissions
What does it take to make a better battery?
Cambridge spin-out starts producing graphene at commercial scale
Green tech startups see boost in patents and investment partnering with government
Opportunities to Make a Difference in the Off-Grid Solar Market in Tanzania
Potassium gives perovskite-based solar cells an efficiency boost
Some superconductors can also carry currents of ‘spin’
Professor Christopher Abell elected FRS
Sir James Dyson opens invention powerhouse at the University of Cambridge
Professor Lord Mair makes maiden speech at House of Lords
Cellulose: new understanding could lead to tailored biofuels
CUEN Annual Energy Conference 2016: Renewable Energy – The Holy Grail of Future Energy?
How does your smart city grow?
Natural building materials for low-carbon city build
First Forum Meeting of the Cambridge Centre for Circular Economy Approaches to Eliminate Plastic Waste at the Maxwell Centre, Cambridge
Materials for Life grow from strength to strength
Professor Robert Mair appointed to House of Lords
Entanglement at heart of 'two-for-one' fission in next-generation solar cells
New design points a path to the ‘ultimate’ battery
New partnerships for ‘low carbon cities’ in the UK and China
Andy Brown presents 2015 Shell lecture at University of Cambridge
Graphene means business – 2D material moves from the lab to the UK factory floor
CAM-IES Autumn Symposium
SMART ENERGY: Transatlantic Summit on the future of Smart Energy Networks
Washable, wearable battery-like devices could be woven directly into clothes
Carbon dioxide can be stored underground for ten times the length needed to avoid climatic impact
MEMS vibration energy harvester research breaks new ground