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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.


Shutter Hub’s Open exhibition in Cambridge features work of more than 130 photographers

Shutter Hub’s Open exhibition in Cambridge features work of more than 130 photographers

Shutter Hub’s Open exhibition in Cambridge features work of more than 130 photographers

18 January 2024

The exhibition ends on February 2.


‘Colossal’ study of ancient human DNA reveals startling reason why northern Europe has highest rate of MS

‘Colossal’ study of ancient human DNA reveals startling reason why northern Europe has highest rate of MS

‘Colossal’ study of ancient human DNA reveals startling reason why northern Europe has highest rate of MS

18 January 2024

Co-led by University of Cambridge’s Prof Eske Willerslev, the findings are based on humans that lived up to 34,000 years ago.


Bridge the Gap 2024 charity walk in Cambridge is already being planned

Bridge the Gap 2024 charity walk in Cambridge is already being planned

Bridge the Gap 2024 charity walk in Cambridge is already being planned

17 January 2024

It will raise money for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Romsey Mill once more.


3D holograms on your car windscreen to help ‘see’ through obstacles

3D holograms on your car windscreen to help ‘see’ through obstacles

3D holograms on your car windscreen to help ‘see’ through obstacles

16 January 2024

University of Cambridge develops new feature for head-up displays.


In pictures: David Mitchell films new crime comedy drama Ludwig in Cambridge

In pictures: David Mitchell films new crime comedy drama Ludwig in Cambridge

In pictures: David Mitchell films new crime comedy drama Ludwig in Cambridge

13 January 2024

The TV crew filmed around St John’s College and Millpond for the BBC series.

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To reach net zero we must tackle inequality, argue Cambridge and Oxford researchers

To reach net zero we must tackle inequality, argue Cambridge and Oxford researchers

To reach net zero we must tackle inequality, argue Cambridge and Oxford researchers

12 January 2024

Those on lower incomes may not have the means to make some of the changes needed.

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Rare medieval wall paintings found at University of Cambridge by builders

Rare medieval wall paintings found at University of Cambridge by builders

Rare medieval wall paintings found at University of Cambridge by builders

10 January 2024

The artwork, which celebrated the royal patron of Christ’s College during the early 16th century, was discovered during restoration work.


New visitor welcome building proposed for Cambridge University Botanic Garden – to replace ageing shed

New visitor welcome building proposed for Cambridge University Botanic Garden – to replace ageing shed

New visitor welcome building proposed for Cambridge University Botanic Garden – to replace ageing shed

06 January 2024

It would help cater for its 360,000 visitors.


Human anti-ageing interventions ‘could appear in next decade’ says University of Cambridge researcher

Human anti-ageing interventions ‘could appear in next decade’ says University of Cambridge researcher

Human anti-ageing interventions ‘could appear in next decade’ says University of Cambridge researcher

05 January 2024

Cambridge researchers are stepping up efforts to increase human ‘healthspan’.

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AI app devised and trialled in Cambridge could revolutionise healthcare for cystic fibrosis patients

AI app devised and trialled in Cambridge could revolutionise healthcare for cystic fibrosis patients

AI app devised and trialled in Cambridge could revolutionise healthcare for cystic fibrosis patients

04 January 2024

Royal Papworth Hospital trial will assess if it can enable home monitoring.


From the cat with the loudest purr to Cambridge’s unicycle-riding juggler: our quirky 2023 Guinness World Record breakers

From the cat with the loudest purr to Cambridge’s unicycle-riding juggler: our quirky 2023 Guinness World Record breakers

From the cat with the loudest purr to Cambridge’s unicycle-riding juggler: our quirky 2023 Guinness World Record breakers

03 January 2024

Bella the cat and PhD student James make the grade.


Ex Newnham College principal Dame Carol Black awarded rare Dame Grand Cross after work on illicit drugs

Ex Newnham College principal Dame Carol Black awarded rare Dame Grand Cross after work on illicit drugs

Ex Newnham College principal Dame Carol Black awarded rare Dame Grand Cross after work on illicit drugs

29 December 2023

She said it recognised the progress being made to tackle some of the most entrenched problems in society.


Organist Anna Lapwood, of Pembroke College, Cambridge, tells how she reacted to MBE

Organist Anna Lapwood, of Pembroke College, Cambridge, tells how she reacted to MBE

Organist Anna Lapwood, of Pembroke College, Cambridge, tells how she reacted to MBE

29 December 2023

Everyone should have the option to pursue a career in music, she says.


Google partners with University of Cambridge’s Centre for Human-Inspired AI to develop responsible AI

Google partners with University of Cambridge’s Centre for Human-Inspired AI to develop responsible AI

Google partners with University of Cambridge’s Centre for Human-Inspired AI to develop responsible AI

29 December 2023

It includes an unrestricted grant.


Tributes paid following death of ‘popular’, and ‘witty’ Emmanuel College fellow Prof Robert Henderson, of the Department of Pharmacology

Tributes paid following death of ‘popular’, and ‘witty’ Emmanuel College fellow Prof Robert Henderson, of the Department of Pharmacology

Tributes paid following death of ‘popular’, and ‘witty’ Emmanuel College fellow Prof Robert Henderson, of the Department of Pharmacology

29 December 2023

He had ‘deep knowledge’ and a ‘calm nature’.


Why women feel nausea in pregnancy – and why some suffer hyperemesis gravidarum

Why women feel nausea in pregnancy – and why some suffer hyperemesis gravidarum

Why women feel nausea in pregnancy – and why some suffer hyperemesis gravidarum

29 December 2023

A Cambridge-led study raises hopes of new treatments.


Green energy system powers CUH’s Cambridge Movement Surgical Hub

Green energy system powers CUH’s Cambridge Movement Surgical Hub

Green energy system powers CUH’s Cambridge Movement Surgical Hub

29 December 2023

The system of solar panels, heat panels and computer-controlled electronics was locally developed.


Opening Champagne for Christmas? Here’s the University of Cambridge-certified advice on popping the cork safely

Opening Champagne for Christmas? Here’s the University of Cambridge-certified advice on popping the cork safely

Opening Champagne for Christmas? Here’s the University of Cambridge-certified advice on popping the cork safely

25 December 2023

Academics suggest the injuries can be easily avoided

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How birds that help humans find honey respond more readily to local calls

How birds that help humans find honey respond more readily to local calls

How birds that help humans find honey respond more readily to local calls

22 December 2023

Honeyguides benefit from the leftover beeswax.


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