Department of Engineering

  • PhD student wins funding to pilot air quality monitoring project in Sweden and Portugal

  • The UK has bold plans to reach net zero emissions, but it must go beyond just turning off the CO₂ taps

  • Cambridge Centre for AI in Medicine announces its official launch

  • Dr Didem Gurdur Broo awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship

  • Computer vision app allows easier monitoring of diabetes

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Latest news

The Department of Engineering joins £6.1m programme to transform the capabilities of silicon chips

26 Nov 2020

Researchers from the Department of Engineering have started work on a £6.1m UKRI-EPSRC programme grant to transform the way data is communicated and processed on silicon chips.

PhD student wins funding to pilot air quality monitoring project in Sweden and Portugal

25 Nov 2020

PhD student Lorena Gordillo-Dagallier has been announced a winner of the Women4Climate Tech Challenge 2020 after successfully pitching a community-driven air quality monitoring project. 

The UK has bold plans to reach net zero emissions, but it must go beyond just turning off the CO₂ taps

23 Nov 2020

In this article from The Conversation, Dr Shaun Fitzgerald and Dr Hugh Hunt, co-directors of the Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, discuss plans for achieving emissions reductions.