30 Jun 2014
Electrical Engineer Dr Mark Ainslie is looking at how superconductors can make electric motors work better.
27 Jun 2014
A new record for a trapped field in a superconductor, beating a record that has stood for more than a decade, could herald the arrival of materials in a broad range of fields.
23 Jun 2014
A highly accurate model of how neurons behave when performing complex movements could aid in the design of robotic limbs which behave more realistically.
19 Jun 2014
A new study shows that more than half of English homes - which are the smallest by floor area in Europe - fall short of modern space standards.
16 Jun 2014
What links legendarily sharp Damascene swords of the past with flexible electronics and high-performance electrical wiring of the future?
10 Jun 2014
An Open Technology workshop will take place on Friday 20 June 2014, at the Department of Engineering.
09 Jun 2014
Ground-breaking new sensing technologies in the world’s first ‘smart tunnel’ are providing engineers with an inexpensive and efficient method of monitoring, maintaining and protecting...
05 Jun 2014
The construction industry could slash its carbon emissions by as much as 50% by optimising the design of new buildings
04 Jun 2014
Materials scientist Professor Mark Blamire and engineer Professor Bill O’Neill discuss how research in Cambridge is helping to advance the material world.
03 Jun 2014
MathWorks recently hosted its second Robotics Challenge for University of Cambridge students.