Growth of the Titan Arum at Cambridge Univeristy Botanic Garden is slowing - a sign that it will soon flower.
Miniature functional models of the lining of the womb are helping researchers at the Centre for Trophoblast Research make new discoveries.
One in four British adults is obese. At the Centre for Diet and Activity Research, Dr Jean Adams is investigating interventions to help.
But it remains the top UK institution.
An announcement that the University of Cambridge will help form the new £250million UK Dementia Research Institute came on a day that two promising drugs were named as potential treatments.
A £17.1million off-site storage facility broke ground in March on the outskirts of Ely.
It will be funded by charity the Health Foundation’s largest ever grant of £40 million.
A gift from a Cambridge alumnus will support fundamental research into the causes of neurodegenerative diseases.
Secondary and sixth form students will get the chance to showcase their scientific successes.
Fleetingly, it made headlines: the revelation, in the journal Nature, of an apparently unpublished popular science article by Winston Churchill on the theme of extraterrestrial life.
Cambridge Science Festival runs from Monday March 13 to Sunday March 26 and features a huge array of events – most of them free.
Cambirdge beats Oxford for most top 10s, but falls behind in leading subjects.
We discuss ideas to give our hospitals a shot in the arm, with Prof Stefan Scholtes, an expert in health management.
The database aims to provide reliable information to help expats make decisions abount their futures post-Brexit.
The Cambridge Univeristy college’s new state-of-the-art conference facility is nearing completion.
The University of Cambridge college discovery gives a fascinating insight into 19th-century attitudes to exercise.
Cancer Research UK has announced plans to invest over £41 million over the next five years at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre.
Dr John C Taylor OBE is donating the cash to set up the Professorship of Innovation.
Researchers welcome funding which will allow ground-breaking research to contiue in Cambridgeshire.
The new training facility will be the home of Cambridge University rowing on the River Great Ouse in Ely.
St John’s College researchers say investment in health and social care is integral to British economic success, and has been since 1600.
A new personalised breast cancer programme which will map DNA to tailor treatments for individual patients has been launched at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
It will research activity on fundamental mathematical problems and methodology for understanding, analysing, processing and simulating data.
Is this election truly unprecedented, what does it say about today’s politics, and what will guide the vote tomorrow?
There really is a link between your Facebook posts and your personality
Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz will commence the Open Day by emphasising the crucial contribution post-grads make to the UK’s global standing.
Portable HIV testing kit will help diagnose 100,000 people in rural Zimbabwe each year
Clean Bandit violinist Neil Milan announces that he is leaving the group.
Julian Huppert is the founding director of The Intellectual Forum
Gene linked to subconscious preference of high-fat foods
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