Artifical intelligence-powered technology could be used to aid policing of crowds
Aubrey de Grey is one of the world’s leading – and most talked-about – biomedical gerontologists
Park will sponsor medtech category in 2018 awards
Dr Nicholas Walton, of the Institute of Astronomy, is helping the European Space Agency’s CHEOPS mission to study exoplanets
Jagex design director Mark Ogilvie on the July 7-9 competition for schools and colleges
Study by Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute finds it could halt tumour growth
Fluidic Analytics’s technology speeds up lab work – and is heading for the consumer care sector
‘The challenge is to make the cuts in the right place’
Galaxy of Cambridge investors and healthcare firms stimulate radical advances
Cambridge start-up says it is world’s first company to offer the direct-to-consumer test
There are only a few weeks left to visit before it’s shut until next year.
North Cambridge Academy teacher Neil Matthews and Year 11 pupil Chloe Langford talk FXP and computer gaming
CEO Chris Torrance says it’s time for a shake-up in pharma model as Morningside joins investors
Cambridge company’s technology can confirm presence of plague, ebola, anthrax, salmonella and more
Need for continued support and investment to cluster is highlighted by independent research
Cambridge thereotical physicist and Prof Thomas Hertog reduce the multiverse and say there is boundary in our past
Horizon board said offer undervalued firm and it can see little “strategic rationale in combining” the companies
Stunning videos as one of the original proposers of the mission explains how spacecraft’s second data release changes astrophysics forever
International team’s Thwaites Glacier research will focus on catastropic ice melt damage
Life sciences firm works with ‘most recently discovered human organ’
Deal would have brought together two stars of the Cambridge life science cluster
Understanding of process leading to death of nerve cells could lead to potential therapies
Endomag, Darktrace and Telensa among those winning
From black rhino to the world’s rarest snake, how FFI is working to save under-threat animals.
Findings challenge the idea that moderate consumption is good for your heart
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
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
The renowned scientist and communicator’s most memorable quotes.
Tributes are paid around the world to brilliant University of Cambridge physicist
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.
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