Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Department of Physics, University of Cambridge

Training future generations of physical scientists continues to be a central pillar of the Cavendish’s programme. The Laboratory attracts large numbers of the brightest young scientists from the UK and overseas at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Address: Department of Physics, Cavenish Laboratory, JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge
Postcode: CB3 0HE
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.phy.cam.ac.uk
Membership type:Cambridge University Department

The Department operates on a devolved research basis, based upon a Research Group structure. Each Research Group has its own culture and strategy matched to the cutting edge of contemporary science in that area.  Collaborative projects between groups are strongly encouraged. 

The Research Group structure evolves over time in response to changing priorities and opportunities.

Winton Symposium tackles the challenges of a growing population

Winton Symposium tackles the challenges of a growing population

On September 29, Cambridge University's Department of Physics will host the third annual Winton Symposium at the Cavendish Laboratory on the theme of ‘Global Challenges for Science and Technology’.

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