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$16k Bitcoin: Cambridge experts discuss whether it's a bubble set to burst

$16k Bitcoin: Cambridge experts discuss whether it's a bubble set to burst

$16k Bitcoin: Cambridge experts discuss whether it's a bubble set to burst

21 December 2017

Bitcoin 'runs the risk of flying apart', says Anglia Ruskin University study. But others forsee a new golden era....


Anglia Ruskin academics make music from NASA Voyager 1 spacecraft data

Anglia Ruskin academics make music from NASA Voyager 1 spacecraft data

Anglia Ruskin academics make music from NASA Voyager 1 spacecraft data

09 November 2017

Here's what 40 years of space travel sounds like in music.


Anglia Ruskin study reveals the vital role beer has played in history

Anglia Ruskin study reveals the vital role beer has played in history

Anglia Ruskin study reveals the vital role beer has played in history

12 October 2017

Remarkable quantities of beer were a vital source of calories and nutrition for workers in 16th century Ireland.


Cambridge University climbs world rankings to number two spot

Cambridge University climbs world rankings to number two spot

Cambridge University climbs world rankings to number two spot

05 September 2017

But rival Oxford holds number one for second year running.


Cambridge half marathon goes the distance for city economy

Cambridge half marathon goes the distance for city economy

Cambridge half marathon goes the distance for city economy

25 August 2017

Researchers at Anglia Ruskin University found this year's half-marathon boosted Cambridge by £226,000


Every child will get to know Anglia Ruskin University student's 'Bumblebear'

Every child will get to know Anglia Ruskin University student's 'Bumblebear'

Every child will get to know Anglia Ruskin University student's 'Bumblebear'

24 August 2017

A book by an Anglia Ruskin University graduate is to be given to every reception-age child in the country.


Cambridge academic says target-driven culture is leading to increase in depression among health workers

Cambridge academic says target-driven culture is leading to increase in depression among health workers

Cambridge academic says target-driven culture is leading to increase in depression among health workers

15 December 2016

A leading psychologist at Anglia Ruskin says NHS providers have a duty to solve mental health issues among staff


Anglia Ruskin University recognised by students for promoting sustainability and social values

Anglia Ruskin University recognised by students for promoting sustainability and social values

Anglia Ruskin University recognised by students for promoting sustainability and social values

04 December 2016

A team of student auditors awarded Anglia Ruskin the prestigious National Union of Students Responsible Futures accreditation


Anglia Ruskin University launches Virtual Open Day for prospective students

Anglia Ruskin University launches Virtual Open Day for prospective students

Anglia Ruskin University launches Virtual Open Day for prospective students

02 November 2016

Prospective Anglia Ruskin University students will be able to use the latest technology to tour the facilities on its campuses without leaving the comfort of their own home


Talking parrots: hatching ideas from Lord Ashcroft Business School

Talking parrots: hatching ideas from Lord Ashcroft Business School

Talking parrots: hatching ideas from Lord Ashcroft Business School

19 September 2016

Anglia Ruskin student's IoD committee post brings unexpected business opportunity.


Cambridge University falls outside of top three world universities

Cambridge University falls outside of top three world universities

Cambridge University falls outside of top three world universities

06 September 2016

Funding uncertainty leads to UK universities falling across the board.


Anglia Ruskin creative writing lecturer wins short fiction competition

Anglia Ruskin creative writing lecturer wins short fiction competition

Anglia Ruskin creative writing lecturer wins short fiction competition

01 August 2016

Author Dr Helen Marshall won the prize from a prestigious competition that is judged by American author and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt.


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