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AI model that powers ChatGPT ‘better than non-specialist doctors at assessing eye problems’

AI model that powers ChatGPT ‘better than non-specialist doctors at assessing eye problems’

AI model that powers ChatGPT ‘better than non-specialist doctors at assessing eye problems’

26 April 2024

A University of Cambridge study found it was approaching the level of expert eye doctors.


Letters from George Mallory published by Magdalene College a century after he disappeared on Everest

Letters from George Mallory published by Magdalene College a century after he disappeared on Everest

Letters from George Mallory published by Magdalene College a century after he disappeared on Everest

25 April 2024

He says his chances of success are “50 to 1 against”.


Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

25 April 2024

And it cost 1,000 times less than usual.

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‘Exciting’ letter describing Lord Byron’s memoirs found at Trinity College, Cambridge

‘Exciting’ letter describing Lord Byron’s memoirs found at Trinity College, Cambridge

‘Exciting’ letter describing Lord Byron’s memoirs found at Trinity College, Cambridge

24 April 2024

It was found 200 years after his death in the Wren Library.


Cambridge college porter escorts mother duck and 13 ducklings on perilous waddle to River Cam

Cambridge college porter escorts mother duck and 13 ducklings on perilous waddle to River Cam

Cambridge college porter escorts mother duck and 13 ducklings on perilous waddle to River Cam

20 April 2024

Watch as a Corpus Christi porter springs into action on Duckling Day – a tradition known about by college porters but rarely glimpsed by the public.


Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

19 April 2024

A councillor said ‘people will die if we don’t approve this application’.

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Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

19 April 2024

It can affect an individual’s risk of poor physical health and traumatic experiences many years later.


Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

18 April 2024

The funding allows them to pursue ambitious projects.


Dean of King’s College, Cambridge: ‘Forcing victims to forgive can cause more harm’

Dean of King’s College, Cambridge: ‘Forcing victims to forgive can cause more harm’

Dean of King’s College, Cambridge: ‘Forcing victims to forgive can cause more harm’

17 April 2024

Reverend Stephen Cherry will ask at the Cambridge Literary Festival whether it is acceptable not to forgive people who have harmed you.


Trinity College to mark 200 years since the death of Lord Byron with a Byron Festival

Trinity College to mark 200 years since the death of Lord Byron with a Byron Festival

Trinity College to mark 200 years since the death of Lord Byron with a Byron Festival

17 April 2024

The poet and romantic icon is one of the Cambridge college’s most famous ex-alumni.


University of Cambridge museums win £3m funding

University of Cambridge museums win £3m funding

University of Cambridge museums win £3m funding

16 April 2024

It is for the care of the UK’s highest concentration of internationally important collections outside London.


NHS to roll out artificial pancreas developed at Addenbrooke’s

NHS to roll out artificial pancreas developed at Addenbrooke’s

NHS to roll out artificial pancreas developed at Addenbrooke’s

16 April 2024

It can help patients with type one diabetes.


Classico Latino to play Cambridge gig with salsa legend Fruko

Classico Latino to play Cambridge gig with salsa legend Fruko

Classico Latino to play Cambridge gig with salsa legend Fruko

15 April 2024

Known as the Godfather of salsa music, Fruko is in Cambridge for one night only.


Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

12 April 2024

They are among the first for which the increased risk of obesity is not seen until adulthood.


Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

11 April 2024

If successful, it could provide an alternative to risk-reducing surgery.


Say thank you to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie staff by nominating to our Public Choice Award 2024 with Cambridge University Hospitals

Say thank you to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie staff by nominating to our Public Choice Award 2024 with Cambridge University Hospitals

Say thank you to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie staff by nominating to our Public Choice Award 2024 with Cambridge University Hospitals

10 April 2024

We’ve teamed up with the hospital trust for the third year.


Murder by the Book: Cambridge crime writer Nicola Upson curates a new exhibition at the University Library

Murder by the Book: Cambridge crime writer Nicola Upson curates a new exhibition at the University Library

Murder by the Book: Cambridge crime writer Nicola Upson curates a new exhibition at the University Library

09 April 2024

Priceless Agatha Christie artefacts go on display in murderously good crime fiction exhibition


Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

05 April 2024

It is the first to show that BCG-vaccinated cattle infected with TB are substantially less infectious.


£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

05 April 2024

The building will be renamed in honour of philanthropist Sir Ka-shing Li.


Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

05 April 2024

It allows astronomers to observe tiny changes in the colour of starlight.


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