28 Jan 2022
Cambridge engineers have shown how a robotic arm can control the journey of a floating object remotely by manipulating surface waves on the water.
21 Jan 2022
Researchers behind a device designed to detect airborne nanoparticles that have known health and environmental effects – such as viruses and pollutants – have won funding for its development.
17 Jan 2022
How Cambridge adapted roadmapping to help organisations make smarter strategic decisions.
13 Jan 2022
Dr Jonathan Cullen from the Department's Resource Efficiency Collective and Lara Allen from the Centre for Global Equality are part of the Climate Compatible Growth programme
11 Jan 2022
Our engineers are working collaboratively on the development of targeted drug delivery technologies for 3 hard-to-treat cancers – mesothelioma, pancreatic cancer & glioblastoma.
05 Jan 2022
Professor Daping Chu is Nanjing Chair of Technology and Innovation in the Department of Engineering.
20 Dec 2021
Alumna Farah Alibay grew up enjoying outer space films. What captured her interest then – the exploration of other worlds – has since become the focus of her job at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab.
16 Dec 2021
Researchers in the UK and China have developed an AI model that can diagnose COVID-19 as well as a panel of professional radiologists, while preserving the privacy of patient data.
15 Dec 2021
In this article from The Conversation, Per Ola Kristensson, Professor in Interactive Systems Engineering, discusses various studies looking at mobile typing data and predictive text.
13 Dec 2021
The investment will accelerate the development of AI technology start-up Carbon Re to help the global cement industry and other energy-intensive industries reach net zero targets.