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Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

19 May 2022

The University of Cambridge teamed up with the company to test the device.


Food delivery robots from Starship Technologies now delivering Co-op groceries in Cambourne

Food delivery robots from Starship Technologies now delivering Co-op groceries in Cambourne

Food delivery robots from Starship Technologies now delivering Co-op groceries in Cambourne

17 May 2022

Householders can have their groceries delivered in less than an hour via self-driving vehicles in pilot project.

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Whistleblower Frances Haugen brings ‘The Facebook Files’ to Cambridge

Whistleblower Frances Haugen brings ‘The Facebook Files’ to Cambridge

Whistleblower Frances Haugen brings ‘The Facebook Files’ to Cambridge

16 May 2022

Event on Friday will examine big tech’s role in national security, foreign interference and trust in democracy


China’s 100% lockdown means ‘months of complete chaos’, says Arm co-founder

China’s 100% lockdown means ‘months of complete chaos’, says Arm co-founder

China’s 100% lockdown means ‘months of complete chaos’, says Arm co-founder

15 May 2022

Tudor Brown says ‘dynamic zero-Covid’ policy will ‘fuel public discontent and deal a devastating blow to the Chinese economy’


Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

Ken Banks revels in extraordinary pursuit of life as a social innovator in new book

13 May 2022

Author found fame and fortune with technology for social good – and has gone on to discover family values


Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

12 May 2022

The event was a celebration of extraordinary talent from the region.


£1,500 IP prize on offer at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, courtesy of Appleyard Lees

£1,500 IP prize on offer at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, courtesy of Appleyard Lees

£1,500 IP prize on offer at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, courtesy of Appleyard Lees

11 May 2022

Cambridge firm is among the sponsors of the May 11 awards.


Green Custard plays key role in Britvic’s smart flavour tap

Green Custard plays key role in Britvic’s smart flavour tap

Green Custard plays key role in Britvic’s smart flavour tap

11 May 2022

Cambridge company develops touchscreen-controlled interface for drinks dispenser


The relentless rise of CMR Surgical as its Versius robot is adopted by operating theatres around the world

The relentless rise of CMR Surgical as its Versius robot is adopted by operating theatres around the world

The relentless rise of CMR Surgical as its Versius robot is adopted by operating theatres around the world

10 May 2022

The company pushes into Hong Kong, while reporting stellar results from Milton Keynes University Hospital.

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Limited tickets on sale for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022

Limited tickets on sale for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022

Limited tickets on sale for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022

29 April 2022

Join a celebration of the finest talent in Cambridge at Hinxton Hall Conference Centre on the Wellcome Genome Campus.


Cambridge Sensoriis pioneers portable anti-terrorist radar to detect concealed weapons and bombs

Cambridge Sensoriis pioneers portable anti-terrorist radar to detect concealed weapons and bombs

Cambridge Sensoriis pioneers portable anti-terrorist radar to detect concealed weapons and bombs

23 April 2022

Its systems that can screen travellers as they move through transport hubs.


FinCrime Dynamics’ synthetic data is at the heart of new financial crime vaccines

FinCrime Dynamics’ synthetic data is at the heart of new financial crime vaccines

FinCrime Dynamics’ synthetic data is at the heart of new financial crime vaccines

21 April 2022

Cambridge company takes the fight against financial crime to the next level


Domino Printing supports growth of two-dimensional bar codes

Domino Printing supports growth of two-dimensional bar codes

Domino Printing supports growth of two-dimensional bar codes

21 April 2022

They carry more data than conventional bar codes.


Domino Printing marks milestone of manufacturing 40,000th Ax-Series printer

Domino Printing marks milestone of manufacturing 40,000th Ax-Series printer

Domino Printing marks milestone of manufacturing 40,000th Ax-Series printer

20 April 2022

The printer is used all over the world in multiple sectors.


High-power EV charging now available at Cambridge Services on A14

High-power EV charging now available at Cambridge Services on A14

High-power EV charging now available at Cambridge Services on A14

14 April 2022

Installations is part of process of creating a fully-connected network fit for the future of transport

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Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

Prince Charles praised for his climate work by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)

31 March 2022

Clare Shine, CEO and director at CISL said in a speech that he has always put “people and their needs at the very heart of design”.


BiologIC’s biocomputer invention to be used by Oxford Biomedica to develop viral vectors for cancer therapies

BiologIC’s biocomputer invention to be used by Oxford Biomedica to develop viral vectors for cancer therapies

BiologIC’s biocomputer invention to be used by Oxford Biomedica to develop viral vectors for cancer therapies

31 March 2022

The Cambridge biotech wants to ‘drive a revolution in biology’.


Beta test for The Choral Hub’s gamification of singing skills

Beta test for The Choral Hub’s gamification of singing skills

Beta test for The Choral Hub’s gamification of singing skills

31 March 2022

Tchzant app set for summer launch


Cambridge Future Tech closes seed round as it prepares to co-found six more ventures by end of 2023

Cambridge Future Tech closes seed round as it prepares to co-found six more ventures by end of 2023

Cambridge Future Tech closes seed round as it prepares to co-found six more ventures by end of 2023

31 March 2022

US-based Vest Coast Capita is among those participating.


Pre-festival events held at University of Cambridge Department of Engineering

Pre-festival events held at University of Cambridge Department of Engineering

Pre-festival events held at University of Cambridge Department of Engineering

26 March 2022

The Cambridge Festival finally gets under way on March 31 – but some ‘teaser’ events have already taken place.


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