21 Dec 2023
Two displaced scholars from Ukraine will continue their research in the Department of Engineering for a second year, as part of the ‘Cambridge University Help for Ukraine’ programme.
19 Dec 2023
Cambridge and Google are building on their long-standing partnership with a multi-year research collaboration agreement and a Google grant for the University’s Centre for Human-Inspired AI.
With robot tech becoming more prevalent in the food industry, a PhD student is collaborating with industry to research an AI-powered robotics solution for food handling and processing.
15 Dec 2023
Cambridge academic named backup astronaut on Artemis II mission – to lay groundwork for first moon landing in 50 years, and future explorations of Mars.
13 Dec 2023
The project 'Digital Twins For Tailings Dams' has won the Data Sciences & AI-Enabled Solutions prize at the COP28 Prototypes for Humanity initiative.
07 Dec 2023
Aetosense, a company looking to reduce air pollution inside structures with its particle monitoring technology, secured third place, with founder Molly Haugen winning £5,000.
04 Dec 2023
Young people, business, education, and conservation to feature in University events at UAE climate conference.
"I knew even before I arrived, that COP28 would be critical in helping to raise ambition for zero emission aviation."
30 Nov 2023
Researchers have found that robots can have a ‘U-shaped’ effect on profits: causing profit margins to fall at first, before eventually rising again.
27 Nov 2023
Researchers have developed a self-healing robotic gripper for use in soft robotics that is adaptable, recyclable and resilient to damage, thanks to heat-assisted autonomous healing.