The most-downloaded thesis of all time that crashed Cambridge's server.....
A new law means the UK government can see your internet browsing history but there has been a lot of opposition to the...
Users are locked out of their machines and all their data is irreversibly encrypted unless they pay a large fee...
Could we search for DNA in space?
Would you go to Mars? And if you did, what would it be like to live there?
Could GPS give us more than just our location?
How do you navigate an empty craft through millions of miles of space?
Could a pair of trousers which track your movements help firefighters or the military?
Driverless cars could change the world- but what legal and ethical challenges do they bring with them?
GPS is useful, but it has a number of problems, and doesn't work well inside buildings. Could a Cambridge startup...
What is GPS, and how does it tell you where you are?
Could we examine DNA that is 3.8 million years old?
Could the discovery of fire have been the cause of man's big brain?
Is our obsession with social networks and relationships the one thing that makes us special?
A new brain implant can restore the sense of touch to patients with paralysis or prosthesis.
Could a bunch of computer programmers be the answer to the illegal wildlife trade?
Infection is one of the biggest risks from a trip to the hospital, so how is it minimised?
As our health services face increasing demand could a new app help lessen the load?
...and they're a thousand times thinner than a human hair.
...and it was done by hacking people's web cams.
Three Brits take the prize for their discoveries on abrupt changes in the properties, or phases, of ultra-thin...
We've all heard of holograms that use light, but what about a sound hologram that allows you to move particles...
A new 3D printed microscope could provide a low cost way to test for waterborne diseases.
The new gadget that could save lives.
Could a light bulb be the latest in internet connectivity? Quite possibly...