#University of Cambridge

A Revolutionary Biohybrid Neural Implant Restores Limb Function

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The Future of Prosthetics and Brain-Machine Interfaces A groundbreaking neural implant, developed by bio-engineers from the University of Cambridge, has the potential to restore limb function in paralyzed limbs. The revolutionary device combines flexible electronics tech and human stem cells, overcoming the limitations of previous neural implants, and...

Transforming Plastic Waste into Sustainable Fuel with the University of Cambridge

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The University of Cambridge has recently unveiled a groundbreaking technology that could change the way we think about our plastic and carbon dioxide (CO2) waste. The machine takes in waste and CO2 and through a photoelectrochemical system transforms them into valuable materials like synthetic gas and glycolic acid....

Major funding announced to avert an antibiotics apocalypse

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The Universities of Oxford, Ulster and UCL have announced a cross-disciplinary team to tackle the growing challenge of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). The team, funded by EPSRC and the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), will spend the next five years developing new technology to improve both the diagnosis and...