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Research from Cambridge Judge Business School: From a lack of crowd wisdom to less-than-useful communication

Research from Cambridge Judge Business School: From a lack of crowd wisdom to less-than-useful communication

Research from Cambridge Judge Business School: From a lack of crowd wisdom to less-than-useful communication

21 November 2019

In the first of a series, Charles Goldsmith, head of media relations at Cambridge Judge Business School, summarising some of its recent research.


Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: Studying digital printing technology

Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: Studying digital printing technology

Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: Studying digital printing technology

20 November 2019

For the final part of our look inside the IfM, we talk to Dr Cristina Rodriguez Rivero.


8,000 British species to be sequenced as £9.4m from Wellcome funds first phase of Darwin Tree of Life project

8,000 British species to be sequenced as £9.4m from Wellcome funds first phase of Darwin Tree of Life project

8,000 British species to be sequenced as £9.4m from Wellcome funds first phase of Darwin Tree of Life project

16 November 2019

It is part of the wider Earth Biogenome Project to sequence all life on Earth.


Portrait of first female Oxbridge professor unveiled

Portrait of first female Oxbridge professor unveiled

Portrait of first female Oxbridge professor unveiled

14 November 2019

A new portrait of Dorothy Garrod by artist Sara Lavelle has been officially unveiled at the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.


Stargazing with Cambridge Astronomical Association chairman Paul Fellows

Stargazing with Cambridge Astronomical Association chairman Paul Fellows

Stargazing with Cambridge Astronomical Association chairman Paul Fellows

13 November 2019

Featuring some of his stunning back garden images of the night sky, we find out how Paul got into astronomy and discuss public open evenings.


Gallery: Economics debated at the Cambridge Union

Gallery: Economics debated at the Cambridge Union

Gallery: Economics debated at the Cambridge Union

13 November 2019

Economist Margaret Levi and former Greek minister of finance, Yanis Varoufakis, were at the Cambridge Union last week.


Gurdon Institute unlocks secret of liver regeneration, giving fresh hope of treatment for cirrhosis

Gurdon Institute unlocks secret of liver regeneration, giving fresh hope of treatment for cirrhosis

Gurdon Institute unlocks secret of liver regeneration, giving fresh hope of treatment for cirrhosis

09 November 2019

Discovery of a chemical switch opens up the possibility of new drugs.


£8m funding for CRUK Cambridge Centre for radiotherapy research

£8m funding for CRUK Cambridge Centre for radiotherapy research

£8m funding for CRUK Cambridge Centre for radiotherapy research

08 November 2019

It is part of CRUK’s £56m RadNet programme and will explore interactions at a molecular level.


Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: How the Cyber-Human Lab augments our capabilities

Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: How the Cyber-Human Lab augments our capabilities

Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: How the Cyber-Human Lab augments our capabilities

06 November 2019

As part of our series featuring the Institute for Manufacturing, we speak to a man with the best business card in Cambridge.


Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: A revolution in space propulsion

Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: A revolution in space propulsion

Inside the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge: A revolution in space propulsion

04 November 2019

As part of our series on the University of Cambridge’s IfM, we go inside its Centre for Industrial Photonics.


Inside Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing with Tim Minshall and Sir Mike Gregory

Inside Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing with Tim Minshall and Sir Mike Gregory

Inside Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing with Tim Minshall and Sir Mike Gregory

03 November 2019

Part of the Department for Engineering at the University of Cambridge, the IfM is a bristling hub of technology.


Obese children have different brain structures, University of Cambridge researchers find

Obese children have different brain structures, University of Cambridge researchers find

Obese children have different brain structures, University of Cambridge researchers find

31 October 2019

Youngsters with higher BMI have a thinner cortex - or grey matter - and their executive functions are affected, a study shows.


Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

Report on ‘marketisation of British education’ probes Cambridge University links to fossil fuel firms

28 October 2019

‘Dismantling the Fossil Fuel University’ published by Cambridge Carbon Zero Society


Cambridge Union membership offered to people unaffiliated with the university for the first time

Cambridge Union membership offered to people unaffiliated with the university for the first time

Cambridge Union membership offered to people unaffiliated with the university for the first time

28 October 2019

The Cambridge Union Society is to open up special membership packages to non-Cambridge students for the first time.


Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

Girton College marks 150 years of providing women’s education

28 October 2019

Girton College, Cambridge has celebrated its 150th anniversary.


World’s first cell atlas of developing liver created by Cambridge scientists

World’s first cell atlas of developing liver created by Cambridge scientists

World’s first cell atlas of developing liver created by Cambridge scientists

26 October 2019

Freely-available resource will aid our understanding of leukaemia and immune disorders.


Interview: Peter Hitchens debates the nationalisation of Eton at the Cambridge Union

Interview: Peter Hitchens debates the nationalisation of Eton at the Cambridge Union

Interview: Peter Hitchens debates the nationalisation of Eton at the Cambridge Union

25 October 2019

On Tuesday, October 22, the Cambridge Union hosted the THW Nationalise Eton Debate, which featured speakers Peter Hitchens and Robert Verkaik.


Dua Lipa talks music industry at the Cambridge Union

Dua Lipa talks music industry at the Cambridge Union

Dua Lipa talks music industry at the Cambridge Union

24 October 2019

Dua Lipa, the most streamed female artist in the world, addressed the Cambridge Union on Monday, October 21.


University of Cambridge involved in £55m transatlantic alliance to research early detection of cancer

University of Cambridge involved in £55m transatlantic alliance to research early detection of cancer

University of Cambridge involved in £55m transatlantic alliance to research early detection of cancer

21 October 2019

A new Clinical Infrastructure for Research in Early Detection (CuRED) facility in Cambridge will be funded by Cancer Research UK.


Sonita Alleyne: new master of Jesus College

Sonita Alleyne: new master of Jesus College

Sonita Alleyne: new master of Jesus College

20 October 2019

A media executive and former BBC trustee is to become the first black person to lead an Oxbridge college


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