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Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability

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Read more at: Winton Inaugural Symposium
Winton Inaugural Symposium

Winton Inaugural Symposium

26 October 2012

Inaugural Symposium presentations available


Read more at: CUEN Annual Conference Nuclear: Clear or Unclear

CUEN Annual Conference Nuclear: Clear or Unclear

15 June 2012

Cambridge University Energy Network Annual conference 2012 on Nuclear Power


Read more at: Winton Inaugural Symposium
Winton Inaugural Symposium

Winton Inaugural Symposium

6 June 2012

One-Day Symposium on Energy Efficiency on 1 October 2012 CLOSED for Registration


Read more at: Winton Symposium to be held on 1st October on fundamental limits of "Energy Efficiency"

Winton Symposium to be held on 1st October on fundamental limits of "Energy Efficiency"

5 April 2012

The first Winton Symposium will be held on the 1st October at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge. This one day Symposium will be on “Energy Efficiency” with a number of international keynote speakers exploring the fundamental limits set by science and engineering to the efficiency with which we can generate, store and...


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First Winton Pump-prime Grants Awarded

3 February 2012

The Winton Pump-prime scheme at the Cavendish Laboratory has been launched to encourage exploration of new innovate ideas with relevance to the broad field of Sustainability. This scheme is designed to promote speculative, high-risk activities that have the potential for major impact, which otherwise would be difficult to...


Read more at: Winton Scholars 2011
Winton Scholars 2011

Winton Scholars 2011

25 October 2011

The first cohort of Winton Scholars have joined the Cavendish to embark on PhD programmes in a range of physics related activities. Six Scholars have been appointed. Further details of all the Scholars can be found on the website ( Community ). Note: Winton Scholarships will be awarded annually for proposals in the area of...


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Programme Manager

16 September 2011

Dr Nalin Patel has been appointed Manager of the Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability. Nalin, who obtained his doctorate in Semiconductor Physics Group, previously worked with CDT and Toshiba Europe. He started his post from 1 August 2011.


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Inauguration Event

Inauguration Event

14 March 2011

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