Department of Engineering

  • Cement recycling method could help solve one of the world’s biggest climate challenges

  • Cambridge engineers among new Fellows announced by the Royal Society

  • Wayve – a pioneer in embodied AI for autonomous driving – raises $1bn in new funding round

  • Operators unite in electric heavy goods vehicles trial

  • Meet the Mastercard Foundation Scholars – Africa’s next generation of transformative leaders

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Latest news

Cement recycling method could help solve one of the world’s biggest climate challenges

23 May 2024

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a method to produce very low-emission concrete at scale – an innovation that could be transformative in the transition to net zero.

Cambridge engineers among new Fellows announced by the Royal Society

20 May 2024

Professor George Malliaras and Professor Mihaela van der Schaar have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of sciences.

Wayve – a pioneer in embodied AI for autonomous driving – raises $1bn in new funding round

17 May 2024

UK AI company Wayve – co-founded by alumnus Alex Kendall in 2017 while studying for his PhD at Cambridge – has secured more than $1 billion to develop AI for self-driving vehicles.