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Watch a robot make an omelette: University of Cambridge and Beko team up to research kitchen of the future

Watch a robot make an omelette: University of Cambridge and Beko team up to research kitchen of the future

Watch a robot make an omelette: University of Cambridge and Beko team up to research kitchen of the future

03 June 2020

The robot was able to take account of different tastes, using machine learning.


Mathematical Bridge, Cambridge Belfry and Emmanuel College turn blue for Clap for Carers

Mathematical Bridge, Cambridge Belfry and Emmanuel College turn blue for Clap for Carers

Mathematical Bridge, Cambridge Belfry and Emmanuel College turn blue for Clap for Carers

22 May 2020

Quote from Cambridge alumnus Stephen Fry was projected onto the Mathematical Bridge for #makeitblue.


University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

20 May 2020

Teaching will be largely virtual until summer 2021 as viral threat continues


Is lockdown making us turn more to alcohol, gambling and pornography?

Is lockdown making us turn more to alcohol, gambling and pornography?

Is lockdown making us turn more to alcohol, gambling and pornography?

13 May 2020

A University of Cambridge researcher has launched an online survey to find out.


University of Cambridge considers four Covid-19 scenarios - including ‘global gloom’ with no students in city for a year

University of Cambridge considers four Covid-19 scenarios - including ‘global gloom’ with no students in city for a year

University of Cambridge considers four Covid-19 scenarios - including ‘global gloom’ with no students in city for a year

11 May 2020

Vice Chancellor Stephen J Toope says planning for rapid recovery, extended lockdown or repeated waves of coronavirus also under way.

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St John’s College digitises 13th-century Robert de Lindsay manuscript

St John’s College digitises 13th-century Robert de Lindsay manuscript

St John’s College digitises 13th-century Robert de Lindsay manuscript

07 May 2020

Psalter goes online to reach new audience In the University of Cambridge digital library


Coronavirus treatments: What we have learned so far about Covid-19

Coronavirus treatments: What we have learned so far about Covid-19

Coronavirus treatments: What we have learned so far about Covid-19

30 April 2020

Following our popular Q&A with Cambridge virologist Dr Jane Greatorex, she discusses what we have learned so far.


Meet the 10 brilliant Cambridge scientists newly elected as fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 10 brilliant Cambridge scientists newly elected as fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 10 brilliant Cambridge scientists newly elected as fellows of the Royal Society

30 April 2020

The University of Cambridge, Sanger Institute and the LMB are all represented - and the group includes the society’s youngest living fellow.


Virtual University Fair brings Cambridge to China during pandemic

Virtual University Fair brings Cambridge to China during pandemic

Virtual University Fair brings Cambridge to China during pandemic

25 April 2020

Its scale ‘goes way beyond that of any online forum with which the university has engaged in its overseas recruitment in the past’.

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Loneliness during lockdown ‘most likely to affect young people’, Cambridge study finds

Loneliness during lockdown ‘most likely to affect young people’, Cambridge study finds

Loneliness during lockdown ‘most likely to affect young people’, Cambridge study finds

23 April 2020

44% of those aged 18-24 said they were lonely.

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University of Cambridge study finds link between high levels of air pollution and deadlier cases of Covid-19

University of Cambridge study finds link between high levels of air pollution and deadlier cases of Covid-19

University of Cambridge study finds link between high levels of air pollution and deadlier cases of Covid-19

23 April 2020

Researchers at MRC Toxicology Unit release preliminary findings.

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University of Cambridge designs open-source ventilator for African countries

University of Cambridge designs open-source ventilator for African countries

University of Cambridge designs open-source ventilator for African countries

21 April 2020

It can be cheaply and quickly manufactured from readily available components.


275 ways to reduce the spread of Covid-19 once lockdown measures are eased, from University of Cambridge researchers

275 ways to reduce the spread of Covid-19 once lockdown measures are eased, from University of Cambridge researchers

275 ways to reduce the spread of Covid-19 once lockdown measures are eased, from University of Cambridge researchers

16 April 2020

They suggest ways of maintaining physical isolation and reducing the risk of contamination.


University of Cambridge spin-out Poro Technologies raises £1.5m for its semiconductor of the future technology

University of Cambridge spin-out Poro Technologies raises £1.5m for its semiconductor of the future technology

University of Cambridge spin-out Poro Technologies raises £1.5m for its semiconductor of the future technology

16 April 2020

Its porous galium nitride technology aims to increase performance of real-world electronic and optoelectronic devices.


Coronavirus: Everyone should wear masks in COVID-19 crisis, say University of Cambridge researchers

Coronavirus: Everyone should wear masks in COVID-19 crisis, say University of Cambridge researchers

Coronavirus: Everyone should wear masks in COVID-19 crisis, say University of Cambridge researchers

10 April 2020

A team of University of Cambridge researchers argue that governments and health agencies should recommend that masks be worn by everyone.

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Coronavirus: Addenbrooke’s uses University of Cambridge’s new test that diagnoses Covid-19 in four hours

Coronavirus: Addenbrooke’s uses University of Cambridge’s new test that diagnoses Covid-19 in four hours

Coronavirus: Addenbrooke’s uses University of Cambridge’s new test that diagnoses Covid-19 in four hours

09 April 2020

Modified PCR test deactivates virus at the point of sampling.


New rapid coronavirus diagnostic testing technology to be deployed at Addenbrooke's Hospital

New rapid coronavirus diagnostic testing technology to be deployed at Addenbrooke's Hospital

New rapid coronavirus diagnostic testing technology to be deployed at Addenbrooke's Hospital

02 April 2020

SAMBA II cutting-edge technology is described as a possible 'game-changer' in fight against Covid-19.


Cambridge virologist explains what we know and don't know about Covid 19

Cambridge virologist explains what we know and don't know about Covid 19

Cambridge virologist explains what we know and don't know about Covid 19

25 March 2020

Dr Jane Greatorex reveals why we don't know yet if people can become immune to Covid 19 and how long the pandemic could last

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£20m alliance led by University of Cambridge and Sanger Institute will use genomics to fight coronavirus

£20m alliance led by University of Cambridge and Sanger Institute will use genomics to fight coronavirus

£20m alliance led by University of Cambridge and Sanger Institute will use genomics to fight coronavirus

24 March 2020

Samples from patients will be sequenced to help understand the spread of Covid-19.


Artificial pancreas app for type 1 diabetes patients launched after University of Cambridge research

Artificial pancreas app for type 1 diabetes patients launched after University of Cambridge research

Artificial pancreas app for type 1 diabetes patients launched after University of Cambridge research

20 March 2020

User describes it as the ‘closest I have been to living without the burden of type 1 diabetes since I was diagnosed’.


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