Small garden birds fare well thanks to favourable conditions
The life science marketing specialists from Histon-based BioStrata write for the Cambridge Independent.
The new Cancer Research UK Centre of Excellence in Cambridge and London aims to improve treatment and survival rates
Cambridge City Council unanimously approves plans for permanent public tribute
The veteran broadcaster joined world experts in calling for action for nature at the building in the city which bears his name
Up to 886,000 could be killed, citizen science project concludes
The partnership with University of Cambridge college will help women advance in science and business leadership
Mutations outside genes can cause developmental disorders, they find
They are of growing importance in providing precision medicine, but study shows medics need more support
But creation lost out in family competition to Egg Sheeran
How Cambridge said farewell to the world-famous theoretical physicist
Eddie Redmayne, Brian May, Dara O’Briain and Charlotte Hawkins among the guests as his funeral takes place at Great St Mary’s Church
From singularity theorems to the multiverse, we explore his ideas with Prof Paul Shellard of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology in Cambridge
One day he was studying to be a doctor, the next he was fleeing a war zone, Tirej Brimo tells Robinson College audience
Programme leader at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge says we could one day be screened and treated before it develops
Cambridge computational biologist wins Blavatnik Award for work on key proteins in our bodies
New concerns surround timeline of Facebook data harvest
World’s most advanced drug discovery robot will help speed up search for medicines in Cambridge he says
The renowned scientist and communicator’s most memorable quotes.
Tributes are paid around the world to brilliant University of Cambridge physicist
Some of the must-see events at this year’s festival
Hundreds of events on offer over two weeks
Exclusive interview with man who built company valued at £1.3bn as it moves into Babraham Research Campus
Sir John Sulston’s death is confirmed by Sanger Institute
The strain has even reached the UK - but the case was isolated and treated
Turning patient’s own skin cells into brain stem cells might help repair MS damage, study suggests
Developers have said they will continue to press forward with the plans.
“People are fascinated by things that look like people,” says University of Cambridge professor of computer technology Peter Robinson.
Cathy is with Cambridge PhD student and international scientists on leadership programme
Institute’s founding director dies at 82 - and Lord Martin Rees calls him “one of the greatest astronomers of his generation’
Professor Stephen Hawking is among a group of campaigners, named JR4NHS, who have been granted a High Court judicial review against health secretary Jeremy Hunt.
His father was one of the earliest researchers to development treatments in the field.
Is Prof Stephen Hawking right to say AI is a danger to humanity? Dr Stella Pachidi says machine intelligence needs closer scrutiny
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