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‘Miracle’ scalable recycling process for cement could be key in drive to net zero, say Cambridge researchers

‘Miracle’ scalable recycling process for cement could be key in drive to net zero, say Cambridge researchers

‘Miracle’ scalable recycling process for cement could be key in drive to net zero, say Cambridge researchers

31 May 2024

The Cambridge Electric Cement process uses electrically-powered arc furnaces used for steel recycling.

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The Cambridgeshire Freemasons’ Alma Mater Lodge celebrates 150th anniversary

The Cambridgeshire Freemasons’ Alma Mater Lodge celebrates 150th anniversary

The Cambridgeshire Freemasons’ Alma Mater Lodge celebrates 150th anniversary

26 May 2024

A dinner was attended by 75 people, including Dr Bharatkumar N Khetani, the High Sheriff of Cambridge.


Meet the 11 Cambridge researchers elected to the Royal Society

Meet the 11 Cambridge researchers elected to the Royal Society

Meet the 11 Cambridge researchers elected to the Royal Society

24 May 2024

10 University of Cambridge scientists and one from the MRC LMB join the national academy.


Summer 2023 was the hottest in northern hemisphere for 2,000 years, Cambridge researchers show

Summer 2023 was the hottest in northern hemisphere for 2,000 years, Cambridge researchers show

Summer 2023 was the hottest in northern hemisphere for 2,000 years, Cambridge researchers show

24 May 2024

And 2024 is expected to break records again.


Researchers explore AI for early gastric cancer diagnosis as CRUK awards almost £6m in grants

Researchers explore AI for early gastric cancer diagnosis as CRUK awards almost £6m in grants

Researchers explore AI for early gastric cancer diagnosis as CRUK awards almost £6m in grants

23 May 2024

Breast cancer work at the University of Cambridge will also be among the projects funded.


Cambridge academic confirms Milton’s handwriting has been identified in 16th-century books held in US library

Cambridge academic confirms Milton’s handwriting has been identified in 16th-century books held in US library

Cambridge academic confirms Milton’s handwriting has been identified in 16th-century books held in US library

22 May 2024

The Paradise Lost poet attended Christ’s College, Cambridge.


British-Russian dissident writes from his Siberian prison cell to thank Cambridge college for honour

British-Russian dissident writes from his Siberian prison cell to thank Cambridge college for honour

British-Russian dissident writes from his Siberian prison cell to thank Cambridge college for honour

22 May 2024

Vladimir Kara-Murza was imprisoned for 25 years for criticising Russia’s war in Ukraine.


University of Cambridge college rooftop choirs celebrate Ascension Day

University of Cambridge college rooftop choirs celebrate Ascension Day

University of Cambridge college rooftop choirs celebrate Ascension Day

18 May 2024

St John’s College and Jesus College were two of those that took part.


University of Cambridge graduations moved to ‘alternative’ venue amid pro-Palestine protest

University of Cambridge graduations moved to ‘alternative’ venue amid pro-Palestine protest

University of Cambridge graduations moved to ‘alternative’ venue amid pro-Palestine protest

17 May 2024

The university said the events would be held at an undisclosed ‘alternative location’.

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Tiny electronic implant that wraps around spinal cord could help those with major injuries

Tiny electronic implant that wraps around spinal cord could help those with major injuries

Tiny electronic implant that wraps around spinal cord could help those with major injuries

17 May 2024

They have been developed by the University of Cambridge.


Children born by C-section need two doses of measles vaccine, say University of Cambridge researchers

Children born by C-section need two doses of measles vaccine, say University of Cambridge researchers

Children born by C-section need two doses of measles vaccine, say University of Cambridge researchers

16 May 2024

A single dose is up to 2.6 times more likely to be ineffective in children born by caesarean section.


Tributes follow death of Raspberry Pi co-founder and computing education titan Jack Lang

Tributes follow death of Raspberry Pi co-founder and computing education titan Jack Lang

Tributes follow death of Raspberry Pi co-founder and computing education titan Jack Lang

14 May 2024

He was a serial entrepreneur and business angel

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Breast cancer survivors’ risk of secondary cancers studied by University of Cambridge researchers

Breast cancer survivors’ risk of secondary cancers studied by University of Cambridge researchers

Breast cancer survivors’ risk of secondary cancers studied by University of Cambridge researchers

10 May 2024

The study found they are at significantly higher risk than the general population.


New book tells the story of ringmaster and MI6 agent Cyril Bertram Mills

New book tells the story of ringmaster and MI6 agent Cyril Bertram Mills

New book tells the story of ringmaster and MI6 agent Cyril Bertram Mills

09 May 2024

Christopher is the former official historian of the Security Service (MI5) and chairman of the Cambridge Intelligence Seminar.

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Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

09 May 2024

Parents say the result is ‘mind-blowing’ - and doctors say it ushers in new era of treatment.


Face of a Neanderthal woman from 75,000 years ago is recreated for Netflix documentary after Cambridge research

Face of a Neanderthal woman from 75,000 years ago is recreated for Netflix documentary after Cambridge research

Face of a Neanderthal woman from 75,000 years ago is recreated for Netflix documentary after Cambridge research

09 May 2024

The woman’s skull was painstakingly put back together.


How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

09 May 2024

Cambridge, Oxford and Caltech researchers have tested it in mice so far.


Beer garden set to return in Eddington

Beer garden set to return in Eddington

Beer garden set to return in Eddington

03 May 2024

The event will feature live music and entertainment, local street food, and a wide choice of drinks.


Pangenomics to enter the quantum era with ‘incredibly exciting’ $3.5m project

Pangenomics to enter the quantum era with ‘incredibly exciting’ $3.5m project

Pangenomics to enter the quantum era with ‘incredibly exciting’ $3.5m project

03 May 2024

University of Cambridge, Wellcome Sanger Institute and EMBL-EBI to team up.


Insight into Coronation service for King Charles III to be given in talk at Trinity College, Cambridge

Insight into Coronation service for King Charles III to be given in talk at Trinity College, Cambridge

Insight into Coronation service for King Charles III to be given in talk at Trinity College, Cambridge

01 May 2024

The former vicar of Great St Mary’s was commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury as principal author of the revised service.


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