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International Development Research @ Cambridge

 
Read more at: Dr Ljiljana Fruk

Dr Ljiljana Fruk

Bionanotechnology; Biosensor design; Bio-inspired materials; Water remediation; Science education; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Dr Ljiljana Fruk

Dr Ljiljana Fruk

Bionanotechnology; Biosensor design; Bio-inspired materials; Water remediation; Science education; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Oliver Vanderpoorten

Oliver Vanderpoorten

Super-resolution microscopy; Two-photon microlithography; Microscopic lab on chip devices; Absorption spectroscopy; Electro optics; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Dr Jenny Tillotson

Dr Jenny Tillotson

Wearable Scent Technologies; Stress & Sleep Disorders; Biometric Sensing; Hybrid skin sensors; Design Research; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Dr John Suberu

Dr John Suberu

Pharmaceuticals; Green chemistry; Biopharmaceuticals; Sustainability; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Miranda Robbins

Miranda Robbins

Tau trafficking; Antibodies; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Dr Krishnaa Mahbubani

Dr Krishnaa Mahbubani

Probiotics; Intestinal delivery; Intestinal microbicides; Bile Adsorbing Resins; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Adeline Klotz

Adeline Klotz

Magnetic resonance; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Dr David Fairen-Jimenez

Dr David Fairen-Jimenez

Porous materials; Drug delivery; Biofuels; Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs); Renewable energy; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Read more at: Dr Shafiq Ahmed

Dr Shafiq Ahmed

Energy policy; Sustainable energy; Energy efficiency; Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology; School of Technology


Welcome to Cambridge Global Challenges

Cambridge Global Challenges is the Strategic Research Initiative (SRI) of the University of Cambridge that aims to enhance the contribution of its research towards addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, with a particular focus on the poorest half of the world’s population.

 

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