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Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

05 April 2024

The Astronomer Royal also shared his views on AI, billionaires trying to extend our lifespans and aliens.


Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

02 April 2024

The latest annual monitor for Cambridge Ahead finds fastest growth in life sciences.


Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

28 March 2024

Neuroferritinopathy is a progressive and incurable brain disorder affecting about 100 people worldwide.


The Cambridge Don is sent down: Council orders removal of controversial £150,000 sculpture

The Cambridge Don is sent down: Council orders removal of controversial £150,000 sculpture

The Cambridge Don is sent down: Council orders removal of controversial £150,000 sculpture

27 March 2024

It’s said to represent the late Prince Philip’s role as chancellor of the University of Cambridge.


Rare chance to hear Path of Miracles at King’s College Chapel – tonight

Rare chance to hear Path of Miracles at King’s College Chapel – tonight

Rare chance to hear Path of Miracles at King’s College Chapel – tonight

27 March 2024

This stunning work based on the great Pilgrimage to Santiago is known to leave audiences weeping.


Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

20 March 2024

How can we make food healthier for everyone – even when you can’t afford posh sourdough loaves? Giles Yeo explains ahead of the Cambridge Festival

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Cambridge students join one-of-a-kind STEM for Britain competition at Parliament

Cambridge students join one-of-a-kind STEM for Britain competition at Parliament

Cambridge students join one-of-a-kind STEM for Britain competition at Parliament

12 March 2024

It brings young researchers together with politicians.


Funding for Cambridge research projects designed to turn tide against pancreatic cancer

Funding for Cambridge research projects designed to turn tide against pancreatic cancer

Funding for Cambridge research projects designed to turn tide against pancreatic cancer

12 March 2024

Pancreatic Cancer UK has awarded £550,000 for the two projects.


Navigation abilities could be used to predict Alzheimer’s years in advance, Cambridge and UCL study finds

Navigation abilities could be used to predict Alzheimer’s years in advance, Cambridge and UCL study finds

Navigation abilities could be used to predict Alzheimer’s years in advance, Cambridge and UCL study finds

07 March 2024

Those at risk have impaired spatial navigation before other problems show.


Trinity College issued with legal notice from Palestinian group over ‘investments in Israeli arms company’

Trinity College issued with legal notice from Palestinian group over ‘investments in Israeli arms company’

Trinity College issued with legal notice from Palestinian group over ‘investments in Israeli arms company’

06 March 2024

University of Cambridge college funded Elbit Systems, FOI request reveals.

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Gunpowder, treason and plot: the 1,000-year history of traitors and faithfuls

Gunpowder, treason and plot: the 1,000-year history of traitors and faithfuls

Gunpowder, treason and plot: the 1,000-year history of traitors and faithfuls

01 March 2024

From the Bible to smash-hit BBC television how The Traitors, being accused of betrayal is a sure-fire way to become notorious.


Academic explains why ultra processed foods are a cause for concern ahead of Cambridge Festival talk

Academic explains why ultra processed foods are a cause for concern ahead of Cambridge Festival talk

Academic explains why ultra processed foods are a cause for concern ahead of Cambridge Festival talk

01 March 2024

Ahead of a panel discussion at Cambridge Festival, Dr Yanaina Chavez-Ugalde talks to Alex Spencer


Masterpieces by William Blake go on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum

Masterpieces by William Blake go on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum

Masterpieces by William Blake go on display at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum

01 March 2024

Blake’s Universe is the largest ever display of work from the Fitzwilliam’s William Blake collection, with additional loans from other collections.


Pioneering device invented by consultant at Addenbrooke’s could change how newborn babies are tested for cataracts

Pioneering device invented by consultant at Addenbrooke’s could change how newborn babies are tested for cataracts

Pioneering device invented by consultant at Addenbrooke’s could change how newborn babies are tested for cataracts

01 March 2024

Up to a third of cases are missed using the current ophthalmoscope test.


Long Covid fatigue study in Cambridge identifies potential biomarker and target for therapies

Long Covid fatigue study in Cambridge identifies potential biomarker and target for therapies

Long Covid fatigue study in Cambridge identifies potential biomarker and target for therapies

01 March 2024

They found an antiviral protein persists in patients until symptoms improve.


Seeing the same GP each time would improve health and reduce doctors’ workload, Cambridge study finds

Seeing the same GP each time would improve health and reduce doctors’ workload, Cambridge study finds

Seeing the same GP each time would improve health and reduce doctors’ workload, Cambridge study finds

29 February 2024

Continuity of care would give a 5% boost in productivity.

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Clinical trial of potential Parkinson’s drug to be run at Addenbrooke’s

Clinical trial of potential Parkinson’s drug to be run at Addenbrooke’s

Clinical trial of potential Parkinson’s drug to be run at Addenbrooke’s

29 February 2024

Cambridge researchers will give 36 people dapansutrile tablets.


What next for the University Centre – Cambridge’s famous ‘Grad Pad’?

What next for the University Centre – Cambridge’s famous ‘Grad Pad’?

What next for the University Centre – Cambridge’s famous ‘Grad Pad’?

26 February 2024

See the options for its future that are under consultation.

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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.


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