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Cambridge University Botanic Garden wins approval for improved new ticket office and shop

Cambridge University Botanic Garden wins approval for improved new ticket office and shop

Cambridge University Botanic Garden wins approval for improved new ticket office and shop

24 February 2024

It will also feature public toilets and a buggy store.


Cambridge Business Online Centre wins award for innovation

Cambridge Business Online Centre wins award for innovation

Cambridge Business Online Centre wins award for innovation

21 February 2024

The business, the brainchild of Cambridge graduate Rafmary Millan Reyes Baker, was set up in April 2023.


Seedheart, a ‘moving’ puppet show about the environment, on at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Seedheart, a ‘moving’ puppet show about the environment, on at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Seedheart, a ‘moving’ puppet show about the environment, on at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

21 February 2024

There will be three showings at the site tonight (Wednesday, 21 February).


Evidence of how West Antarctic Ice Sheet shrunk rapidly at end of Last Ice Age uncovered by Cambridge researchers

Evidence of how West Antarctic Ice Sheet shrunk rapidly at end of Last Ice Age uncovered by Cambridge researchers

Evidence of how West Antarctic Ice Sheet shrunk rapidly at end of Last Ice Age uncovered by Cambridge researchers

16 February 2024

In one location, ice thinned by more than the height of the Empire State Building.


UK in recession: Government ‘has no coherent policy to grow economy’ says Cambridge expert

UK in recession: Government ‘has no coherent policy to grow economy’ says Cambridge expert

UK in recession: Government ‘has no coherent policy to grow economy’ says Cambridge expert

15 February 2024

But we can expect some tax-cutting to appease voters, he says.

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Brains compensate for age-related deterioration by recruiting other areas, scientists show

Brains compensate for age-related deterioration by recruiting other areas, scientists show

Brains compensate for age-related deterioration by recruiting other areas, scientists show

15 February 2024

Findings could help us understand why some maintain better function than others.


Why hopes of new swimming pool built by University of Cambridge are sinking

Why hopes of new swimming pool built by University of Cambridge are sinking

Why hopes of new swimming pool built by University of Cambridge are sinking

12 February 2024

It may have to pay back £600,000 in developer contributions to councils.


Campaigners given second chance at cinema bid for Mill Road library

Campaigners given second chance at cinema bid for Mill Road library

Campaigners given second chance at cinema bid for Mill Road library

11 February 2024

The former library has been listed again as an asset of community value, which will prevent the building being sold on the open market for six months.

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Day of climate activities lined up at Cambridge Zero

Day of climate activities lined up at Cambridge Zero

Day of climate activities lined up at Cambridge Zero

09 February 2024

The university’s climate initiative is to host its first community day to showcase the work researchers do in the climate change arena.


£4m research project will identify those at high risk of blood cancers and develop interventions

£4m research project will identify those at high risk of blood cancers and develop interventions

£4m research project will identify those at high risk of blood cancers and develop interventions

09 February 2024

Cambridge will lead the work and build a clinical network at Addebrooke’s.


Single dose of new gene therapy has transformed lives of patients with potentially fatal hereditary disorder

Single dose of new gene therapy has transformed lives of patients with potentially fatal hereditary disorder

Single dose of new gene therapy has transformed lives of patients with potentially fatal hereditary disorder

08 February 2024

Cambridge University Hospitals was involved, with one patient describing treatment as ‘like a magic wand’.


Work begins on UK’s first purpose-built ‘single family housing’ development of 373 rental homes at Eddington

Work begins on UK’s first purpose-built ‘single family housing’ development of 373 rental homes at Eddington

Work begins on UK’s first purpose-built ‘single family housing’ development of 373 rental homes at Eddington

03 February 2024

Present Made will manage the site and provide a gym, cinema, bike cafe, games room and co-working space

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Cambridge scientists use ‘mini-placentas’ to help understand causes of pre-eclampsia and pregnancy disorders

Cambridge scientists use ‘mini-placentas’ to help understand causes of pre-eclampsia and pregnancy disorders

Cambridge scientists use ‘mini-placentas’ to help understand causes of pre-eclampsia and pregnancy disorders

02 February 2024

They explored how the placenta develops and interacts with the lining of the womb.


Finalists in Greater Cambridge Design and Construction Awards 2024 revealed

Finalists in Greater Cambridge Design and Construction Awards 2024 revealed

Finalists in Greater Cambridge Design and Construction Awards 2024 revealed

02 February 2024

From new buildings to conservation work, the awards celebrate the best construction projects in the area.

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From journalism to behavioural science at Jesus College Intellectual Forum

From journalism to behavioural science at Jesus College Intellectual Forum

From journalism to behavioural science at Jesus College Intellectual Forum

31 January 2024

The IF has a number of talks coming up. All are free and open to everyone.


Cambridge Half Marathon returns with new route

Cambridge Half Marathon returns with new route

Cambridge Half Marathon returns with new route

31 January 2024

The additions to the 13.1 mile-long course mean runners will pass the Bridge of Sighs and the Wren Library.

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Watch the livestream as moonflower blooms at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Watch the livestream as moonflower blooms at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Watch the livestream as moonflower blooms at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

26 January 2024

Flowering took place on Thursday afternoon (1 February).


Prof Mina Ryten to lead UK Dementia Research Institute at University of Cambridge

Prof Mina Ryten to lead UK Dementia Research Institute at University of Cambridge

Prof Mina Ryten to lead UK Dementia Research Institute at University of Cambridge

26 January 2024

The Cambridge Biomedical Campus-based centre aims to transform our understanding of dementia.

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Black hole dating from the dawn of the universe uncovered by team led by Cambridge

Black hole dating from the dawn of the universe uncovered by team led by Cambridge

Black hole dating from the dawn of the universe uncovered by team led by Cambridge

26 January 2024

It dates to 400 million years after the Big Bang.


In pictures: Cambourne Electronics & Robotics Club (CERC) powers to victory in Lego League

In pictures: Cambourne Electronics & Robotics Club (CERC) powers to victory in Lego League

In pictures: Cambourne Electronics & Robotics Club (CERC) powers to victory in Lego League

20 January 2024

More than 135 of the region’s biggest Lego lovers took part in this year’s IET First Lego League Challenge Cambridge tournament.


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