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Cambridge University's Professor Graham Burton explains the rise of the organoids in studying early pregnancy

20 June 2017
Cambridge University's Professor Graham Burton explains the rise of the organoids in studying early pregnancy

Cambridge University's Professor Graham Burton explains the rise of the organoids in studying early pregnancy

20 June 2017

Miniature functional models of the lining of the womb are helping researchers at the Centre for Trophoblast Research make new discoveries.


Biotech star Jonathan Milner on Abcam’s new HQ and the breakthroughs he’s excited about

20 June 2017
Biotech star Jonathan Milner on Abcam’s new HQ and the breakthroughs he’s excited about

Biotech star Jonathan Milner on Abcam’s new HQ and the breakthroughs he’s excited about

20 June 2017

We talk to Abcam founder, angel investor, philanthropist and biotech superstar Jonathan Milner about the antibody firm’s new HQ significance – and how Cambridge science is revolutionising healthcare.


Family-friendly open day at world-famous Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge will offer amazing insight

16 June 2017
Family-friendly open day at world-famous Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge will offer amazing insight

Family-friendly open day at world-famous Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge will offer amazing insight

16 June 2017

Nobel Prize factory' offers activities, talks and demonstrations on Saturday June 17


Composer John Rutter discusses a life in music ahead of his Cambridge Summer Music Festival preview event with Rowan Williams

15 June 2017
Composer John Rutter discusses a life in music ahead of his Cambridge Summer Music Festival preview event with Rowan Williams

Composer John Rutter discusses a life in music ahead of his Cambridge Summer Music Festival preview event with Rowan Williams

15 June 2017

Dr John Rutter and the master of Magdalene College and former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams will come together in conversation at a unique event on June 24,


Cambridge researcher Dr Jean Adams studies how to improve the eating habits of a nation

14 June 2017
Cambridge researcher Dr Jean Adams studies how to improve the eating habits of a nation

Cambridge researcher Dr Jean Adams studies how to improve the eating habits of a nation

14 June 2017

One in four British adults is obese. At the Centre for Diet and Activity Research, Dr Jean Adams is investigating interventions to help.


AstraZeneca and LMB in Cambridge use one of world's most advanced microscopes to make breakthrough

14 June 2017
AstraZeneca and LMB in Cambridge use one of world's most advanced microscopes to make breakthrough

AstraZeneca and LMB in Cambridge use one of world's most advanced microscopes to make breakthrough

14 June 2017

Using a pioneering technique with one of the world's most advanced microscopes, scientists have made a ground-breaking biological discovery that could help develop new cancer treatments.


Controlled explosion carried out on ‘suspicious device’ in Cambridge’s King’s Parade

05 June 2017
Controlled explosion carried out on ‘suspicious device’ in Cambridge’s King’s Parade

Controlled explosion carried out on ‘suspicious device’ in Cambridge’s King’s Parade

05 June 2017

A controlled explosion has been carried out in Cambridge city centre after the discovery of what police initially called a “suspicious package” outside Great St Mary’s Church.


Professor Stephen Hawking declares support for Labour’s Cambridge candidate Daniel Zeichner

05 June 2017
Professor Stephen Hawking declares support for Labour’s Cambridge candidate Daniel Zeichner

Professor Stephen Hawking declares support for Labour’s Cambridge candidate Daniel Zeichner

05 June 2017

The cosmologist thinks Jeremy Corbyn should stand down - but says another five another years of the Tories would be a “disaster” too


Enter our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards by June 6 for chance to win £1,500 prize from Appleyard Lees

31 May 2017
Enter our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards by June 6 for chance to win £1,500 prize from Appleyard Lees

Enter our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards by June 6 for chance to win £1,500 prize from Appleyard Lees

31 May 2017

Appleyard Lees has joined the sponsors of the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards – and is generously offering a prize worth £1,500.


Victoria Stevens nominated for Cambridgeshire Young Person of the Year award after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for charity

24 May 2017
Victoria Stevens nominated for Cambridgeshire Young Person of the Year award after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for charity

Victoria Stevens nominated for Cambridgeshire Young Person of the Year award after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for charity

24 May 2017

A Longstanton girl who is hitting the heights to help children with cancer, after losing her mother to the disease, has been nominated for a Lifeplus Young People of the Year (or Yopey) award.


Cambridge tech giant ARM aims to help restore limb movement with brain implants

24 May 2017
Cambridge tech giant ARM aims to help restore limb movement with brain implants

Cambridge tech giant ARM aims to help restore limb movement with brain implants

24 May 2017

Company teams up with American research centre for 'brain-computer interface' work


The RSPB's Hope Farm in Knapwell shows how wildlife-friendly farming really can work

23 May 2017
The RSPB's Hope Farm in Knapwell shows how wildlife-friendly farming really can work

The RSPB's Hope Farm in Knapwell shows how wildlife-friendly farming really can work

23 May 2017

This Cambridgeshire arable farm is demonstrating that something can be done to reverse worrying declines in our farmland birds.


Premier Travel enjoys jet-fuelled results

21 May 2017
Premier Travel enjoys jet-fuelled results

Premier Travel enjoys jet-fuelled results

21 May 2017

We visit the firm's Cambourne headquarters to speak to finance director Rachael Willis.


Chris Mitchell makes a big noise in smart home marketplace with Audio Analytic in Cambridge

20 May 2017
Chris Mitchell makes a big noise in smart home marketplace with Audio Analytic in Cambridge

Chris Mitchell makes a big noise in smart home marketplace with Audio Analytic in Cambridge

20 May 2017

Audio Analytic is making waves in the smart home marketplace, with patented sound technology that can detect glass breaking, dogs barking, a baby crying and more. We met Chris Mitchell as the firm prepares for its move to new, larger offices in Cambridge.


Cambridge Wireless conference hears how artificial intelligence 'will help drive world economy by 2025'

18 May 2017
Cambridge Wireless conference hears how artificial intelligence 'will help drive world economy by 2025'

Cambridge Wireless conference hears how artificial intelligence 'will help drive world economy by 2025'

18 May 2017

But we're still in the 'Wild West' stage of the industry, says Samsung Cambridge MD


Grant Thornton expert Phil Sharpe on Cambridgeshire business growth and the impact of Brexit

09 May 2017
Grant Thornton expert Phil Sharpe on Cambridgeshire business growth and the impact of Brexit

Grant Thornton expert Phil Sharpe on Cambridgeshire business growth and the impact of Brexit

09 May 2017

We get a masterclass in business development from Phil Sharpe, a director in advisory and the growth lead for Grant Thornton in Cambridge.


How Professor Giovanna Mallucci will lead Cambridge fight against dementia

09 May 2017
How Professor Giovanna Mallucci will lead Cambridge fight against dementia

How Professor Giovanna Mallucci will lead Cambridge fight against dementia

09 May 2017

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.


Cambridgeshire County Council election results: Conservatives take control and UKIP wiped out

05 May 2017
Cambridgeshire County Council election results: Conservatives take control and UKIP wiped out

Cambridgeshire County Council election results: Conservatives take control and UKIP wiped out

05 May 2017

The county went to the polls yesterday, May 4. The results have now been announced and the Conservatives have taken a majority.


Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

05 May 2017
Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

05 May 2017

Custom-made 'toad ladders' have been installed in an area of Cambridge to help the amphibian population escape from potential death-traps.


Cambridge Independent publisher Iliffe Media acquires KM Media Group, including Kent Messenger Series

28 April 2017
Cambridge Independent publisher Iliffe Media acquires KM Media Group, including Kent Messenger Series

Cambridge Independent publisher Iliffe Media acquires KM Media Group, including Kent Messenger Series

28 April 2017

The publisher of the Cambridge Independent, Iliffe Media Ltd, has acquired Kent independent publisher KM Media Group Ltd.


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