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Read more at: European Research Council grants for CamBridgeSens researchers

European Research Council grants for CamBridgeSens researchers

12 December 2020

Silvia Vignolini and Tuomas Knowles have won ERC Consolidator Grants to work on the interaction between light and organisms and how proteins come together to form functional liquid organelles.


Read more at: Cell membranes on a chip

Cell membranes on a chip

10 July 2020

Artificial cell membranes on a chip combine biology and electronics to monitor how molecules enter our cells.


Read more at: Sensors help understanding housing conditions in Mumbai

Sensors help understanding housing conditions in Mumbai

14 February 2020

Sensors help to understand the increasing energy needs of residents in Mumbai's slum rehabilitation housing and its poor inside air quality. Based on qualitative and quantitative research Cambridge architect and urban designer Ronita Bardhan has made suggestions on how to improve the living conditions of millions of people and at the same time reduce the environmental impact.


Read more at: Smart imaging for development

Smart imaging for development

5 February 2020

Five interdisciplinary teams are developing smart imaging techniques to help people in ODA countries.


Read more at: Impact of sensor research in 2019 Nobel Prizes

Impact of sensor research in 2019 Nobel Prizes

8 October 2019

With the 2019 Nobel prizes are being announced the impact of sensor research and technology becomes apparent. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine went to three researchers investigating the way cells sense oxygen. This year's Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for "contributions to our understanding of the evolution...


Read more at: New National Research Facility for Infrastructure Sensing in Cambridge
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New National Research Facility for Infrastructure Sensing in Cambridge

25 September 2019

The new civil engineering building on the West Cambridge campus has officially opened on 24 Sep 2019. It houses the civil engineering division of the Engineering Department and the state of the art National Research Facility for Infrastructure Sensing


Read more at: The Centre for Computing History receives funding boost

The Centre for Computing History receives funding boost

19 July 2019

The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge has received a £1m donation which will enable it to purchase its current premises near the Beehive Centre in Cambridge. The Centre is home to a large collection of computer hardware and software spanning many decades of innovation. Part of the Centre's mission is to educate the...


Read more at: Combining robotics and machine learning for lettuce harvesting
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Combining robotics and machine learning for lettuce harvesting

11 July 2019

The bio-inspired robotics group led by Fumiya Iida has combined machine learning with its robots to advance automated lettuce harvesting. Lettuces are extremely difficult to harvest automatically. The group has developed the robot over the past few years - from a lab setting into testing in the field. The robot uses...


Read more at: Sensor CDT student wins EPSRC science photo competition
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Sensor CDT student wins EPSRC science photo competition

6 June 2019

Sensor CDT student Peter Pedersen wins 1st prize in the "Citizen Science Abroad" category


Read more at: New lecturers appointed in the area of sensing

New lecturers appointed in the area of sensing

16 November 2017

Four new lecturers in the area of sensing


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European Research Council grants for CamBridgeSens researchers

12 December 2020

Silvia Vignolini and Tuomas Knowles have won ERC Consolidator Grants to work on the interaction between light and organisms and how proteins come together to form functional liquid organelles.

Cell membranes on a chip

10 July 2020

Artificial cell membranes on a chip combine biology and electronics to monitor how molecules enter our cells.

Sensors help understanding housing conditions in Mumbai

14 February 2020

Sensors help to understand the increasing energy needs of residents in Mumbai's slum rehabilitation housing and its poor inside air quality. Based on qualitative and quantitative research Cambridge architect and urban designer Ronita Bardhan has made suggestions on how to improve the living conditions of millions of people and at the same time reduce the environmental impact.