Method could improve detection rates and enable more personalised treatments
The Hinxton institute will sequence 66,000 UK species for the Darwin Tree of Life Project
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The King’s College’s Cranmer Road site will provide new sustainable student accommodation – the first of its kind in Cambridge.
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Training sessions launched for new sport
Stutes maintain lead at the top of the table
Comberton Sixth Form student makes rapid progress
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The Junction’s J1 was packed to witness the return of the West Country rock band.
Debbie Baxter, an artist known for painting trees, will have a five-minute slot on the programme this weekend.
Known for his beautiful and highly distinctive portraits, the Argentinian artist will be displaying his new collection, Pasion de Noche, at the Artique Gallery on Bridge Street this Saturday.
This new play by William Gaminara, which is actress Ruth Jones’ first stage role since 2006, runs until Saturday, November 17.
Roger Law, one of the creative minds behind Spitting Image – the satirical puppet-led series that was essential viewing in the 1980s and 90s – has handed over part of the programme’s archive to Cambridge University Library.
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