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CEO Peter Pack explains how unique Humabody drugs could have up to six targets at once and cause fewer side effects
Artifical intelligence-powered technology could be used to aid policing of crowds
Combined Authority has ‘serious constitutional problem’ after ‘wilful blockage’ of scrutiny panel by Conservatives.
Dr Nicholas Walton, of the Institute of Astronomy, is helping the European Space Agency’s CHEOPS mission to study exoplanets
Police have released video footage of the chase.
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
Artist also unveils stunning new works on site of former Cambridge firm Rattee and Kent
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
We take a look at what’s going on behind the scenes at Cambridge’s Centre for Computing History.
How DO they do that? From Patrick Melrose to Atlantis and Troy, the Cambridge studio has the answers?
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
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