Articles for 2010

Our articles for 2010 are shown below.

  • The next generation of motion sensors

    The next generation of motion sensors

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    Researchers at the University of Cambridge have developed a new concept in motion sensing technology that is one thousand times more sensitive than existing systems, such as those used in applications ranging from aerospace to home entertainment.

  • The incredible shrinking circuit

    The incredible shrinking circuit

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    Just when it seemed that microchips couldn’t get any tinier, a technique developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge could lead to chips which are not only smaller, but can support electrical current densities five times greater than the current technology.

  • Cambridge Challenge Fund marks ten years

    Cambridge Challenge Fund marks ten years

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    The University of Cambridge Challenge Fund, which supports the development of new businesses arising from University research, has recently marked its tenth anniversary.

  • Camfridge joins European consortium on energy efficiency

    Camfridge joins European consortium on energy efficiency

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    Cambridge Enterprise portfolio company Camfridge, which specialises in gas-free cooling technology, is partnering with the UK’s largest seller of refrigerators in a FP7 major pan-European consortium examining energy efficiency from farm to plate.

  • New imaging technology predicts fracture risk

    New imaging technology predicts fracture risk

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    A new method for identifying which bones have a high risk of fracture, and for monitoring the effectiveness of new bone-strengthening drugs and techniques, has been developed by scientists at the University of Cambridge.

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