Students from the UK’s top cyber security universities will compete in Cambridge this weekend, in part to address the country’s looming cyber security skills gap.
A new report from the University of Cambridge claims that British steel could be saved, if the industry is willing to transform itself.
From the plight of the Ethiopian Bush Crow, to representation of nature in Winnie the Pooh, to the extinction of ancient Latin American languages, the wide breadth of research connected with biodiversity conservation at the University of Cambridge is reflected in a series of films released today.
Hugh Hunt (Department of Engineering) discusses the intricacies of reusable spacecraft.
Data from location-based social networks may be able to predict when a neighbourhood will go through the process of gentrification, by identifying areas with high social diversity and high deprivation.
Desislava Hristova (Computer Laboratory) discusses how data from location-based social networks can be used to predict when a neighbourhood will go through the process of gentrification.
Money really can buy happiness when spending fits our personality, finds a study based on 77,000 UK bank transactions.
Hugh Hunt (Department of Engineering) discusses the history of the Trinity College clock and how it keeps time.
Hugh Hunt (Department of Engineering) discusses the Wall of Death world record attempt and how a motorcycle can ride around a vertical wall.