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Read more at: Dr Sam Stranks awarded Philip Leverhulme Prize in Physics
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Dr Sam Stranks awarded Philip Leverhulme Prize in Physics

18 October 2021

Dr Sam Stranks, who leads our Optoelectronics and Device Spectroscopy Group, has been awarded the 2021 Philip Leverhulme Prize in Physics in recognition of his work’s “international impact” and “exceptionally promising” future career. Dr Stranks's research focuses on the optical and electronic properties of emerging...



Read more at: Cambridge leads multidisciplinary team in development of a simulator to accelerate the path to net zero flight
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Cambridge leads multidisciplinary team in development of a simulator to accelerate the path to net zero flight

27 August 2021

Researchers from CEB will play a key role in the Aviation Impact Accelerator, an international group of experts in aerospace, economics, policy, and climate science, who are developing an interactive evidence-based simulator that explores scenarios for achieving net zero flight.



Read more at: Extraordinary Doctorate Prize for CEB researcher in metal-organic frameworks, Ceren Çamur
Ceren Camur

Extraordinary Doctorate Prize for CEB researcher in metal-organic frameworks, Ceren Çamur

6 August 2021

CEB researcher, Ceren Çamur, has been awarded the Extraordinary Doctorate Prize 2018-2019 of the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB) for her PhD thesis, defended in the academic year 2018-2019.


Read more at: ‘At the heart of innovation’: MBE student venture CardiaTec wins three Cambridge entrepreneur competitions
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‘At the heart of innovation’: MBE student venture CardiaTec wins three Cambridge entrepreneur competitions

3 August 2021

The start-up was founded by a team of students from our MPhil in Bioscience Enterprise course seeking to leverage artificial intelligence for drug discovery in cardiovascular disease.



Read more at: Dial-a-nanoparticle: redefining automation for 'slow' material synthesis
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Dial-a-nanoparticle: redefining automation for 'slow' material synthesis

15 July 2021

Researchers from our Catalysis and Process Integration Group have developed a novel technology for the automated synthesis of metal nanoparticles, with a wide-range of tuneable sizes, in a “plug-n-play” modular platform.


Read more at: Jack Williams awarded Andrew Fellowship by the IChemE
Jack Williams

Jack Williams awarded Andrew Fellowship by the IChemE

18 June 2021

CEB researcher Jack Williams has been awarded the Andrew Fellowship from the Institution of Chemical Engineers to support his research into polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. jack_williams.jpg The Fellowship, funded by the Andrew Legacy, provides support for up to two candidates every year to undertake research in...


Read more at: CEB renews Athena Swan Bronze Award in continuing commitment to addressing gender inequalities
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CEB renews Athena Swan Bronze Award in continuing commitment to addressing gender inequalities

4 June 2021

We are pleased to announce that our Athena Swan Bronze Award has been conferred for a further five years by Advance HE, following our latest submission to the 2020 application round.


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Dr Sam Stranks awarded Philip Leverhulme Prize in Physics

18 October 2021

Dr Sam Stranks, who leads our Optoelectronics and Device Spectroscopy Group, has been awarded the 2021 Philip Leverhulme Prize in Physics...

Multi-million-pound centre at the heart of the digital chemistry revolution appoints UK experts to new advisory board

27 September 2021

The Innovation Centre in Digital Molecular Technologies, a multi-million-pound project based at the University of Cambridge, has appointed an External Advisory Board of leading UK experts that will align the centre with both national interests and local priorities in the digital chemistry sector.

Cambridge leads multidisciplinary team in development of a simulator to accelerate the path to net zero flight

27 August 2021

Researchers from CEB will play a key role in the Aviation Impact Accelerator, an international group of experts in aerospace, economics, policy, and climate science, who are developing an interactive evidence-based simulator that explores scenarios for achieving net zero flight.