For what is believed to be the first time in the event’s 155-year history, a Cambridge college will be contributing a garden to this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.
Mineral-based waste forms could enable safer, cheaper and more publicly acceptable disposal.
In the first ever undertaking of its kind, the complete works of one of history’s greatest scientists are to be made available for free on the World Wide Web. The entire works of Charles Darwin - 50,000 pages of searchable text and 40,000 images of original publications – will be available at the click of a mouse.
New ‘morphing’ structures have multiple applications
Professor James Secord from the History and Philosophy of Science Department at the University of Cambridge has been appointed director of the Darwin Correspondence Project.
The UK’s biggest provider of Helium is joining forces with a major user and Cambridge academics to sponsor a three year research project, the results of which are expected to reveal how much longer industry can rely on this increasingly scarce resource.