A carbon-neutral economy in 50 years? Maybe. But what if we were to go faster? Professor Rob Miller says that it is time to completely rethink the schedule.
When hydrogen is burned in a fuel cell to generate electricity, the only waste product is water vapour.
Wondering what to listen to as you relax on that sunbed? Academics and alumni share their recommendations.
Artificial intelligence. Deep learning. Neural networks. Think you can ignore this stuff? Think again. Because machine learning is far too important to be left to the ComScis.
The first female President of the Royal Academy of Engineering discusses space-time, infinity and corridors with third-year mathematician Andrew Pritchard.
Heart and lung diseases are the leading causes of premature death worldwide. What can be done? Work at the new Heart and Lung Research Institute hopes to supply some answers
What do you do with a 150-year-old whale skeleton in need of a hip replacement? CAM went behind the scenes at the Museum of Zoology – due to reopen this year– to find out