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Researchers have developed a new approach to printed electronics that allows ultra-low-power electronic devices which could recharge from ambient light or radiofrequency noise. The approach paves the way for low-cost printed electronics that could be seamlessly embedded in everyday objects and environments.
DBScan analysis being performed a mature neuron in a typical vLUME workspace.
Virtual reality software which allows researchers to ‘walk’ inside and analyse individual cells could be used to understand fundamental problems in biology and develop new treatments for disease.
Soundwave
A research collaboration between the University of Cambridge, Queen Mary University of London and the Institute for High Pressure Physics in Troitsk has discovered the fastest possible speed of sound.
Julia Gog and Giles Yeo
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, which were announced on Saturday.
coloured pencils
A new research centre focused on improving support for lifelong learning and cognitive agility opened on 1 October 2020 in Singapore.
Husband supporting a sick wife
Imaging techniques could replace the need for invasive tissue biopsies in helping rapidly determine whether cancer treatments are working effectively, according to researchers at the University of Cambridge.
The University of Cambridge has welcomed another record number of UK based black undergraduates this year. 
Professor Sir Roger Penrose
Professor Sir Roger Penrose, Honorary Fellow and alumnus of St John’s College Cambridge and honorary doctor of the University, has jointly won the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity.
School pupils in Oman reading with their teacher. Image: Cambridge Partnership for Education
A new Cambridge Partnership for Education will help governments and organisations across the world reimagine public education systems for the future.
Children are more likely to introduce violent themes into their pretend play, such as imaginary fighting or killing, if they are with playmates whom peers consider bad-tempered, new research suggests.

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