A method which more than halves the temperature at which high-quality graphene can be produced has been pioneered by researchers.
Preparations are underway for a unique test of engineering technology that could open up new ways to reduce atmospheric temperatures caused by climate change, and complement conventional measures to reduce carbon emissions.
Over the past month, the University of Cambridge has been profiling research that addresses one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century – how to guarantee enough food, fairly, for the world’s rapidly expanding population. As part of this, we asked whether you had a question that you wanted us to answer, and put them to a panel of academics who specialise in research to do with food security. Here's what they had to say. Thanks to everyone who sent questions in!
An enterprise with its research roots in the Cambridge University Engineering Department has developed software that allows companies to track fraud.
Two Cambridge researchers have received prizes at the ICT Pioneers awards for their groundbreaking approach to modern problems.