Using Nobel Prize-winning technology, Axol Bioscience is reprogramming cells to help researchers develop drugs.
The Cambridge Independent is among the companies supporting the project.
Gas detection specialist firm growing at 30 per cent a year
Oceanographer Michael Meredith, from BAS in Cambridge, is helping to conduct the Orchestra programme.
The Cambridge Independent is campaigning to raise £100,000 with Cancer Research UK to pay for trials at Addenbrooke’.
With 36.7 million living with HIV across the world, there is a pressing need for a vaccine. But so far, one that offers lasting protection has eluded scientists.
Reanimating the brain’s biology could stop glaucoma and even Alzheimer’s, says Quethera
Horizon Discovery, Artios Pharma, F-Star, Microbiotica and Bicycle Therapeutics are among the winners.
It’s the molecule that made history and the subject of Professor Herbert’s new book
A ceremony at Newmarket Racecourse attracted some of the brightest entrepreneurs in the region.
Ceremony takes place on first anniversary of the newspaper
As the Internet of Things takes off, 8Power is driving the sensor revolution.
The Science Park’s first director, Jeanette Walker, talks about the site’s extensive redevelopment plans, which include a new hotel.
Continuing our focus on finalists in the Cambridge Independent’s Entrepreneurial Science & Technology Awards with Manuel Corpas (pictured right), scientific lead of biotech finalist Repositive.
Scientists at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology help to show how bacteria causes nerve damage.
It is already killing an estimated 700,000 annually - and it’s predicted to get worse. But Dr Heather Fairhead of Phico Therapeutics may have uncovered a solution.
Like an army on guard, our immune system is fighting off new threats to us daily. So how is cancer able to develop? And how can we use the body’s own defences to defeat it?
We need to focus on energy independent vehicles - and get our heads around solar panel roads.
Today, 925 million people across the world are undernourished.
The UK’s wading birds are in deep water.
Four exciting companies have been shortlisted in this category.
Three companies have beeen selected by the judging panel in this category.
Seven brilliant businesses have been shortlisted in this category.
Tiny machines are at work inside us, carrying important cargo, as Simon Bullock of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology explains
Brilliant biotech start-ups will compete for the prize.
Meet the businesses shortlisted in the AI section of the Cambridge Independent awards
If you thought algae was just sludge, think again as we venture inside The Algal Innovation Centre at Cambridge Univerity’s Botanic Garden.
Miniature functional models of the lining of the womb are helping researchers at the Centre for Trophoblast Research make new discoveries.
We talk to Abcam founder, angel investor, philanthropist and biotech superstar Jonathan Milner about the antibody firm’s new HQ significance – and how Cambridge science is revolutionising healthcare.
‘Nobel Prize factory’ offers activities, talks and demonstrations on Saturday June 17
The cosmologist thinks Jeremy Corbyn should stand down - but says another five another years of the Tories would be a “disaster” too
After years of studying cosmology, Professor Stephen Hawking is now planning to travel into space himself.
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