How Cambridge carpenter Alex Magilton’s ski break ended up on the disputed border in Kashmir
Lindsey Powell is the latest winner of the monthly award.
Unicorn founded by Ken Mulvany uses artificial intelligence to understand all the world’s biomedical data
Guide on all you need to know about winter vomiting virus as Cambridge University Hospitals restricts visiting
The roadshow which brings you a serotonin boost!
Cambridge pharma obliged to adapt to loss of key EU organisation
Team has conducted most comprehensive genetic study of malaria parasites in South-East Asia
This week (February 5-11) is Tinnitus Week and numerous events are planned to highlight a condition affecting around one in 10 people in the UK.
The new director is assembling a team of chemists, biologists, mathematicians, astronomers and VR experts
Mum Sarah: ‘I was terminally ill... then the call came’
A state-of-the-art laboratory that will help neurosurgeons research brain tumours has opened at Addenbrooke’s.
There’s no doubt that this dolls’ house has been a labour of love for Beverley and Elethia Lorking.
Ethical and eco-conscious shopping at your fingertips thanks to Cambridge social venture
Meet the team in charge of co-ordinating organ transplantation at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
The newly-appointed Prince Philip Professor of Technology discusses a fast-growing field
Cambridge Respiratory Innovations was among finalists in Three Lakes Partners competition
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.
The display was part of a project by community group Oblique Arts called Bright Lights CB4.
Melbourn firm’s technology employed by California-based Sommetrics Inc in its aerSleep system
Cambridge is the UK capital of life sciences, and a recent event confirmed that what’s happening here is astonishing!
Clinicians at Cambridge University Hospitals have become the first in the UK to treat a bleed on the brain – via the wrist.
Three quarters disatisfied with their size to some degree - and a third admit they rarely self-examine
Charity air ambulance undertakes more than 100 more call outs
The founding director of Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute has spent decades exploring our inherited susceptibility
A new volunteer scheme which provides help to families whose children have life-limiting conditions is now up and running.
Patients’ Association says the state of NHS finances are to blame
Researchers at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology show it causes permanent DNA damage
Cambridge University Hospitals has today (Thursday January 4) cancelled all non-urgent elective adult inpatient surgery until the end of the month.
Royal Papworth Hospital has introduced its new name after receiving a royal title from the Queen.
Unprecedented demand is still putting strain on resources
He went blind overnight at 25. But now Nick Burr is hoping to raise money and awareness for the charity that gave him back his confidence – and offered him a job.
A study shows over ten per cent of mums-to-be smoked throughout their pregnancy.
The technique could help save many more lives
Hospital planning to control the outbreak by restricting visitor numbers
The first licensed treatment for peanut allergy has moved a step closer.
Surgeon Pedro Catarino explains how a new technique could help meet demand for more organs
There has been a lot of facial hair on show recently at Cambridge Design Partnership and at Amazon.
The project hopes to raise money for Fly Through Cancer, a campaign to purchase a small plane which could be used in the UK and internationally.
Bricks for Autism holds training at Cambridge college
Sandy Law has been given two new hearts at Papworth Hospital.
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