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Biomaker Challenge

A four-months programme challenging interdisciplinary teams to build low-cost sensors and instruments for biology

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Two hackathon skills challenges

Compete in the Amazon Alexa Skills Challenge or the GE Brilliant Hacks. Each competition carries up to $50,000 in prizes.

Two hackathon skills challenges - Read More…

IEEE Sensors Letters

IEEE Sensors Letters

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

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Impulse entrepreneurship programme

The Maxwell Centre is launching a new entrepreneurship programme.

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Sensors Day 2016

A showcase of sensor research at Cambridge University and other UK and EU universities. Start-up companies demonstrated their products.

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Sensors Day 2015

The Sensors Day 2015 conference was held at Murray Edwards College on 16 October

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New Centre for Infrastructure Sensing

The University will be receiving 18 million pounds to develop a new national Centre for Infrastructure Sensing on the West Cambridge Site.

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Biomaker Challenge

Apr 24, 2017

A four-months programme challenging interdisciplinary teams to build low-cost sensors and instruments for biology

Two hackathon skills challenges

Mar 16, 2017

Compete in the Amazon Alexa Skills Challenge or the GE Brilliant Hacks. Each competition carries up to $50,000 in prizes.

IEEE Sensors Letters

Feb 17, 2017

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

Impulse entrepreneurship programme

Feb 07, 2017

The Maxwell Centre is launching a new entrepreneurship programme.

Sensors Day 2016

Oct 22, 2016

A showcase of sensor research at Cambridge University and other UK and EU universities. Start-up companies demonstrated their products.

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