How easy is it to kick our fossil fuel habit? Could Britain live on its own renewables? Professor David Mackay, from the Department of Physics, will offer a straight talking assessment of the numbers behind the UK's need to reduce its energy consumption and move to sustainable energy solutions, in a lecture tonight.
The world's most expensive scientific instrument will be ready for full experiments in 2009; Andy Parker describes Cambridge's role in constructing and using the machine that hopes to understand the universe.
As part of a unique collaborative agreement, the Japanese government has located a new research satellite at The Nanoscience Centre, University of Cambridge.
Cambridge’s new NanoPhotonics Centre is creating novel properties of light and matter at the nanoscale.