Cambridge Carbon Capture, a i-Teams project during Michaelmas 2010 has scooped £40,000 from the Shell Springboard programmefor its Idea to combat climate change. Michael Priestnall, the firm's founder and Chief Technologist of said: "CCC has spent the last year with Professor Fray and his team in … [Read more...] about Cambridge Carbon Capture update – winner of the Shell Springboard competition!
Cost-effective carbon capture and electricity generation
Contacts: Professor Derek Fray, Materials Science & Dr. Michael Priestnall, Cambridge Carbon Capture Mentor: Dr Mark Priest, Harrogate Partners Cambridge Carbon Capture is a potential spin-out from the Department of Materials Science. The team are developing a highly-efficient process for … [Read more...] about Cost-effective carbon capture and electricity generation
Identifying medical uses for expressive robots
Contacts: Laurel Riek, Cambridge Computer Lab Mentors: Dr. Nicky Athanassopoulou, Institute for Manufacturing & Simon C. R. Lewis In the future robots may become as ubiquitous as mobile phones. Such robots are expected to serve as home health aids and companions, assist with housework, and … [Read more...] about Identifying medical uses for expressive robots
Commercialising a highly-sensitive inertial sensor
Contacts: Pradyumna Thiruvenkatanathan, Jize Yan and Dr. Ashwin Seshia, Cambridge Nanoscience Centre Mentor: Adrian Swinburne Quintaxiom The team of researchers at the Cambridge Nanoscience Centre have brought a new approach to the field of resonant sensing, using MEMS technology, which has … [Read more...] about Commercialising a highly-sensitive inertial sensor