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CamBridgeSens

Strategic Network for Sensor Research at Cambridge University

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CamBridgeSens is the interdisciplinary network for students, researchers and academics interested in sensor research and their applications. Our members have backgrounds in the physical and biological sciences, technology, medical research and social sciences. If you are interested in any aspect of sensors and want to get involved follow the arrow below.

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Research and applications across CamBridgeSens include MEMS and CMOS devices, optical technology and microscopy, environmental and civil infrastructure sensing, health care applications, data analysis and visualisation to name but a few. Follow the link below to find out more about the research carried out by CamBridgeSens members.

For Business

CamBridgeSens facilitates research collaborations with industry. We represent the majority of sensor research across Cambridge University and are happy to work together with industry in finding the right researchers for your project. Please follow the link below to find out more about how CamBridgeSens can help to foster relationships with Cambridge University in the area of sensing.

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IEEE Sensors Letters

Feb 17, 2017

The IEEE is launching a new peer reviewed rapid publication devoted to sensors and sensing.

Agritech business case competition

Feb 16, 2017

Agri-Tech East is running a business competition looking for an innovative new technology, product or service that will help improve the efficiency, productivity or sustainability of agriculture and horticulture, including sensors and robotics. Deadline 10 March 2017

Student opportunities at the Alan Turing Insitute

Feb 13, 2017

The Alan Turing Institute is advertising for 2017 Summer Interns and Enrichment Students to join the Institute. Application deadline 22 Feb 2017.

Impulse entrepreneurship programme

Feb 07, 2017

The Maxwell Centre is launching a new entrepreneurship programme.

Assisted Living Technologies

Feb 07, 2017

Sensor CDT start-up company looking for first round funding. Presentation 21 Feb 2017, 4pm, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, West Site, Cambridge.

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