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University of Cambridge unveils STEM SMART programme to support hundreds of state school students through A-levels

University of Cambridge unveils STEM SMART programme to support hundreds of state school students through A-levels

University of Cambridge unveils STEM SMART programme to support hundreds of state school students through A-levels

01 September 2021

Weekly online tuition and residential bootcamps will be offered to hundreds of pupils.

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How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

31 August 2021

Work will begin soon to create new areas for butterflies at reserves.


The pioneering University of Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Society awards and medals in summer 2021

The pioneering University of Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Society awards and medals in summer 2021

The pioneering University of Cambridge researchers awarded Royal Society awards and medals in summer 2021

29 August 2021

Winners include Prof Sadaf Farooqi and Sir Stephen O’Rahilly, from the MRC Metabolic Diseases Unit.


Could amino acid finding from Cambridge scientists help predict our personal risk of common diseases?

Could amino acid finding from Cambridge scientists help predict our personal risk of common diseases?

Could amino acid finding from Cambridge scientists help predict our personal risk of common diseases?

26 August 2021

A population-scale study has explored how genetic traits are influenced by variations in mtDNA.


New book explores the life of ‘greatest’ physicist and former Cambridge resident Lise Meitner

New book explores the life of ‘greatest’ physicist and former Cambridge resident Lise Meitner

New book explores the life of ‘greatest’ physicist and former Cambridge resident Lise Meitner

26 August 2021

Until now, the life of Lise Meitner has been largely unknown but without her, history could have been very different.

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Giant tortoise - previously thought to be vegetarian - is filmed in long, slow hunt of seabird chick in Seychelles

Giant tortoise - previously thought to be vegetarian - is filmed in long, slow hunt of seabird chick in Seychelles

Giant tortoise - previously thought to be vegetarian - is filmed in long, slow hunt of seabird chick in Seychelles

25 August 2021

Cambridge researchers say the behaviour has never been documented before.


Ageing cuttlefish can still remember last week’s dinner, say University of Cambridge researchers

Ageing cuttlefish can still remember last week’s dinner, say University of Cambridge researchers

Ageing cuttlefish can still remember last week’s dinner, say University of Cambridge researchers

19 August 2021

It is the first evidence of an animal with episodic memory that does not decline with age.

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Hopes of target for new drugs to fight aggressive cancers after protein discovery

Hopes of target for new drugs to fight aggressive cancers after protein discovery

Hopes of target for new drugs to fight aggressive cancers after protein discovery

19 August 2021

University of Cambridge, Wellcome Sanger Institute and Harvard scientists collaborated on the work.


University of Cambridge to stop initial teacher training if government’s ‘flawed’ review proceeds

University of Cambridge to stop initial teacher training if government’s ‘flawed’ review proceeds

University of Cambridge to stop initial teacher training if government’s ‘flawed’ review proceeds

18 August 2021

It has delivered its damning full verdict on the proposals.

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University of Cambridge to welcome record proportion of state school students

University of Cambridge to welcome record proportion of state school students

University of Cambridge to welcome record proportion of state school students

17 August 2021

More than 71% will be state educated.


Addenbrooke’s patients involved in trial using AI to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease

Addenbrooke’s patients involved in trial using AI to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease

Addenbrooke’s patients involved in trial using AI to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease

13 August 2021

It could provide a one-stop diagnosis, enabling patients to begin treatment more quickly.


The role of genetics in women’s reproductive lifespan uncovered - and health impact of earlier menopause revealed

The role of genetics in women’s reproductive lifespan uncovered - and health impact of earlier menopause revealed

The role of genetics in women’s reproductive lifespan uncovered - and health impact of earlier menopause revealed

13 August 2021

University of Cambridge scientists were among researchers at 180 institutions involved in the work.


Beating heart cells grown in Cambridge lab demonstrate potential of Covid-19 experimental drug

Beating heart cells grown in Cambridge lab demonstrate potential of Covid-19 experimental drug

Beating heart cells grown in Cambridge lab demonstrate potential of Covid-19 experimental drug

13 August 2021

DX600 blocked SARS-CoV-2 virus entry into hearts cells in the model.


Artificial pancreas developed in Cambridge could help diabetes patients with kidney failure

Artificial pancreas developed in Cambridge could help diabetes patients with kidney failure

Artificial pancreas developed in Cambridge could help diabetes patients with kidney failure

12 August 2021

The automated device features a sensor, an algorithm and an insulin pump.


University of Cambridge professor named as Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellow

University of Cambridge professor named as Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellow

University of Cambridge professor named as Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellow

06 August 2021

Zoubin Ghahramani is one of the first five appointed to conduct work on artificial intelligence’s biggest challenges.


Urine and blood tests for brain tumours developed by Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

Urine and blood tests for brain tumours developed by Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

Urine and blood tests for brain tumours developed by Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

06 August 2021

The tests detect the presence of glioma.


Mystery of how planets form in binary star systems solved

Mystery of how planets form in binary star systems solved

Mystery of how planets form in binary star systems solved

06 August 2021

Research has shown how they develop without being destroyed in their chaotic birth environment.


Stormzy scholarships to pay for 30 more black students at the University of Cambridge

Stormzy scholarships to pay for 30 more black students at the University of Cambridge

Stormzy scholarships to pay for 30 more black students at the University of Cambridge

03 August 2021

The rapper called the expansion of the university programme ‘an incredible milestone’.


Cambridge Judge deans: ‘Climate change and inequality must be tackled’ – and robots must pay tax

Cambridge Judge deans: ‘Climate change and inequality must be tackled’ – and robots must pay tax

Cambridge Judge deans: ‘Climate change and inequality must be tackled’ – and robots must pay tax

01 August 2021

‘This is about large parts of the world becoming uninhabitable’, hears Cambridge Union audience

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Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

30 July 2021

The development could generate £864.8million for the local and regional economy along with 11,000 jobs, but concerns have been raised over its impact.


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