Professor Jaideep Prabhu introduces Jugaad - a way to create good-enough solutions that employ minimal resources
Suchitra Sebastian becomes first academic staff at the Cavendish to be linked to the Winton Programme
A process that could revolutionise solar energy harvesting has been efficiently demonstrated in solution for the first time.
Biological physicist joins the Winton Programme
To maximise the efficiency of solar cells of the future, physicists are taking a leaf out of nature’s book
The new Maxwell Centre to be built at the Cavendish announced today by Chancellor George Osborne
Modeling provides insight into stable form of Li defects in Si which may play a significant role in Li-ion batteries
Prof Ashok Gadgil from Lawrence Berkeley Visits Cambridge to Talk about Energy and the Environment research and how Technology can make a difference to millions of lives of people in developing countries.
New Winton Pump Prime Awards Granted
Research by Winton Scholar Miloš Knežević and Professor Mark Warner, proposes a new charge pump method to convert solar energy into electricity
Siân Dutton and Andrew Morris will both be supervising NanoDTC students to work on mini-projects related to battery cell development
Research by Dr Alex Chin published in Nature Physics provides insight on coherent processes in pigment-protein complexes
Programme appoints new Scholars and Fellows
Inaugural Symposium presentations available
One-Day Symposium on Energy Efficiency on 1 October 2012 CLOSED for Registration