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Up to 886,000 could be killed, citizen science project concludes
£1.7m raised in nine months to bring off-grid solar power to 16,000 households
Intelligent Fingerprinting, on Evolution Business Park, says test could be used by workplaces and to manage offenders
Tan is one of castaways dropped on remote Pacific Ocean island - unaware a second group is there
Programme leader at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge says we could one day be screened and treated before it develops
Bidding to steer a smooth Tideway course for the Light Blues
A four-year graduation to the Blue boat for Magdalene student
Tributes are paid around the world to brilliant University of Cambridge physicist
Cathy is with Cambridge PhD student and international scientists on leadership programme
New bridge has replaced it as part of A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon upgrade
Steve Dodds explains how TWI at Granta Park pioneered technique now used in spacecraft, Tesla cars and the Apple iMac
The Cambridge Science Park company has ambitious growth plans and is working on a next-generation title
Prof Andrea Ferrari of Cambridge Graphene Centre says material could improve cooling systems for satellites
It fills potholes five times faster than traditional methods.
The new director is assembling a team of chemists, biologists, mathematicians, astronomers and VR experts
Pupils from Cambridge primary schools get hands-on at the £1.5billion road upgrade
The newly-appointed Prince Philip Professor of Technology discusses a fast-growing field
Kavli Institute for Cosmology involved in creating NIRSpec instrument for NASA’s incredible $8.8billion telescope
If all metal packaging used in homes in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire was collected for recycling it would save around 3,820 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year, the equivalent of taking over 812 cars off local streets for a year.
Dr Renske Smit of the Kavli Institute of Cosmology explains how they used ALMA, the world’s most expensive land-based telescope
CCTV footage shows a man police are seeking in connection with the incident.
Cambridge Regional College student’s design will be used for new cycling, walking and riding routes
Octagonal building on Huntingon Road will become St Edmund’s College accommodation
The incident has sparked a campaign asking people to ‘bin smart’.
A record number of people will be heading to the beautiful setting of Anglesey Abbey this December for an evening of stunning effects and innovative designs at the sixth annual winter lights event.
The new ice rink is expected to be open this time next year.
The video for Adam Lanceley’s new song A Film We All Saw was filmed in the streets, riverbanks and beauty spots of the city.
A year on and the UK’s largest road development is well on track for delivery by the end of 2020.
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