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Read more at: Seeking input on end user cases for high-resolution thermal infrared imaging data from space

Seeking input on end user cases for high-resolution thermal infrared imaging data from space

16 February 2021

High-resolution thermal infrared space telescopes for globally monitoring the energy efficiency of buildings An ongoing project within the Cambridge Zero portfolio aims to deliver high-resolution thermal infrared imaging data from space, to identify buildings for energy retrofit and to help meet the UK’s Net-Zero target...

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Impulse Programme for Tech Innovators - on Business Weekly

12 February 2021

The Impulse Programme is recognised as unique in connecting budding entrepreneurs with highly experienced mentors, in order to refine and accelerate their ideas, as well as providing the grounds for cross-pollination of ideas and chance encounters - both during the Programme and a posteriori . It featured on yesterday's...

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Read more at: Consultancy opportunity: report on challenges of realising zero carbon in Scandinavia

Consultancy opportunity: report on challenges of realising zero carbon in Scandinavia

17 December 2020

The Maxwell Centre at the University of Cambridge ( www.maxwell.cam.ac.uk ) provides a platform for companies to engage with University researchers on mutually agreeable topics. The current top priority of the Maxwell Centre is to work with a range of stakeholders in support of reducing our carbon footprint in partnership...

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UKRPIF interim report and blog entry (Maxwell Centre)

6 July 2018

The Maxwell Centre is one of the cases presented in the Interim Evaluation of the UK Research Partnership Investment Fund , published yesterday. "This interim evaluation report captures a snapshot of just some of the emerging research outcomes of the scheme; with most projects still in their infancy, many of their benefits...

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CAM-IES Internal Funding Call

10 April 2018

Facilities access support for the use of Henry Royce Institute equipment at the University of Cambridge The EPSRC Centre of Advanced Materials for Integrated Energy Systems (CAM-IES) will provide funding to support access to shared equipment facilities by its member institutions. Up to £20k of funding is available in total...

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Magna takes residence in the Maxwell Centre

5 April 2018

Magna R&D is pleased to take residence in the Maxwell Centre in Cambridge from April 2018. As the 3 rd largest global automotive supplier, Magna continues to invest and support innovation that will impact future mobility and next generation manufacturing. The Cambridge ecosystem is an ideal location for Magna’s UK R...

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Read more at: Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award for Waterscope

Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award for Waterscope

19 July 2017

Many congratulations to Dr Alex Patto and the WaterScope team who have been awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Overall Impact Award : “The Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Awards were established to recognise and reward those whose research has led to excellent impact beyond academia, whether on the economy, society, culture, public...

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Read more at: Call for Expressions of Interest - “Future Directions in Nano" Roadmapping Workshop

Call for Expressions of Interest - “Future Directions in Nano" Roadmapping Workshop

4 July 2017

Expressions of Interest sought from industry: “Future Directions in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” Roadmapping Workshop EoI deadline: 5pm on Friday 21 st of July (Workshop Date: 28 th September 2017, 9am – 5pm) The University of Cambridge EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, or...

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Cambridge Postdoc Enterprise Competition - launches today

3 May 2016

Cambridge Postdoc Enterprise competition: now open for entries Are you a postdoc interested in starting a company to commercialise your research? Now’s the time to start your entrepreneurial journey. Win funding for your idea of up to £20k Receive mentoring and support Network with like-minded postdocs Pitch to high-...

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Nanopore sensors enter digital age with DNA barcodes for multiplexed protein identification

20 April 2016

Nanopore sensing is a burgeoning field with many potential applications such as DNA sequencing and protein analysis. The principle is extremely elegant: anything that passes through a tiny hole – the nanopore – filled with salty water will block it briefly. This blockage can be detected by measuring changes in ionic...

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