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New electric fleet for extended Universal bus route in Cambridge

New electric fleet for extended Universal bus route in Cambridge

New electric fleet for extended Universal bus route in Cambridge

09 October 2023

The University of Cambridge has signed an eight-year contract with Whippet, subsidising the service.

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Type 2 diabetes from age 30 ‘can cut 14 years off your life’

Type 2 diabetes from age 30 ‘can cut 14 years off your life’

Type 2 diabetes from age 30 ‘can cut 14 years off your life’

06 October 2023

And those diagnosed at 50 could lose six years of life, say researchers.

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Winners of the 2023 Cambridge University Hospitals Awards revealed – plus meet all the finalists

Winners of the 2023 Cambridge University Hospitals Awards revealed – plus meet all the finalists

Winners of the 2023 Cambridge University Hospitals Awards revealed – plus meet all the finalists

06 October 2023

We asked readers to nominate to the Public Choice category within the CUH Awards.


Smoking in pregnancy even worse for the baby than previously thought, University of Cambridge study finds

Smoking in pregnancy even worse for the baby than previously thought, University of Cambridge study finds

Smoking in pregnancy even worse for the baby than previously thought, University of Cambridge study finds

05 October 2023

Premature births are 2.6 times more likely – double the previous estimate.


Students who faced disadvantages become University of Cambridge undergraduates after first pre-degree course

Students who faced disadvantages become University of Cambridge undergraduates after first pre-degree course

Students who faced disadvantages become University of Cambridge undergraduates after first pre-degree course

04 October 2023

It accepted students with an offer equivalent to BBB at A-level.


Centuries-old tradition revived as Trinity College’s wildflower meadow scythed

Centuries-old tradition revived as Trinity College’s wildflower meadow scythed

Centuries-old tradition revived as Trinity College’s wildflower meadow scythed

02 October 2023

It was carried out to the sound of ‘Four women went to mow’.


Biodiversity expert raises fears for Paradise Nature Reserve as appeal held over Queens’ College plans

Biodiversity expert raises fears for Paradise Nature Reserve as appeal held over Queens’ College plans

Biodiversity expert raises fears for Paradise Nature Reserve as appeal held over Queens’ College plans

01 October 2023

Sir Partha Dasgupta has shared his view on the Owlstone Croft proposals.

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Classical season launches at Pembroke College’s new auditorium

Classical season launches at Pembroke College’s new auditorium

Classical season launches at Pembroke College’s new auditorium

29 September 2023

The Bliss International Song Series brings Sir Simon Keenlyside, and Dame Sarah Connolly to the venue.


Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month: How cancer research makes for more special moments

Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month: How cancer research makes for more special moments

Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month: How cancer research makes for more special moments

29 September 2023

Prof James Brenton, of the CRUK Cambridge Institute, writes for the Cambridge Independent and three patients share their stories.


East of England’s first paediatric bone marrow service launches at Addenbrooke’s

East of England’s first paediatric bone marrow service launches at Addenbrooke’s

East of England’s first paediatric bone marrow service launches at Addenbrooke’s

28 September 2023

It will help save lives and prevent patients being separated from families.


Queens’ College appeals refusal of student block next to nature reserve

Queens’ College appeals refusal of student block next to nature reserve

Queens’ College appeals refusal of student block next to nature reserve

25 September 2023

The college’s appeal against the planning decision will be heard this week at Cambridge Guildhall.


Cambridge beats San Jose and Oxford to be named as the most intensive science and technology cluster in the world

Cambridge beats San Jose and Oxford to be named as the most intensive science and technology cluster in the world

Cambridge beats San Jose and Oxford to be named as the most intensive science and technology cluster in the world

22 September 2023

It tops the 2023 Global Innovation Index.

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Cambridge parks could be dug up to provide green heating network

Cambridge parks could be dug up to provide green heating network

Cambridge parks could be dug up to provide green heating network

22 September 2023

£165m decarbonisation plan revealed

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Hedges between roadside and school playgrounds ‘can cut children’s exposure to traffic pollution’

Hedges between roadside and school playgrounds ‘can cut children’s exposure to traffic pollution’

Hedges between roadside and school playgrounds ‘can cut children’s exposure to traffic pollution’

21 September 2023

University of Cambridge analysis shows significant reduction in harmful particulate matter.

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Have Cambridge astronomers found the first signs of life on an exoplanet?

Have Cambridge astronomers found the first signs of life on an exoplanet?

Have Cambridge astronomers found the first signs of life on an exoplanet?

15 September 2023

Tantalising prospect emerges in Institute of Astronomy-led research.

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How to cut your risk of depression through lifestyle, according to University of Cambridge experts

How to cut your risk of depression through lifestyle, according to University of Cambridge experts

How to cut your risk of depression through lifestyle, according to University of Cambridge experts

15 September 2023

It can be more significant than genetic factors, they found after a nine-year study.


Former PM Gordon Brown and Queens’ College president Mohamed A El-Erian devise plan to fix the world’s ‘permacrisis’

Former PM Gordon Brown and Queens’ College president Mohamed A El-Erian devise plan to fix the world’s ‘permacrisis’

Former PM Gordon Brown and Queens’ College president Mohamed A El-Erian devise plan to fix the world’s ‘permacrisis’

14 September 2023

They have co-authored a book with Stanford’s Michael Spence to ‘fix’ global challenges.

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Rosalind Franklin’s role in discovery of DNA structure finally honoured with new blue plaque at Eagle pub in Cambridge

Rosalind Franklin’s role in discovery of DNA structure finally honoured with new blue plaque at Eagle pub in Cambridge

Rosalind Franklin’s role in discovery of DNA structure finally honoured with new blue plaque at Eagle pub in Cambridge

10 September 2023

The acknowledgement comes 20 years after her male colleagues were honoured.


1,100 walkers look forward to Bridge the Gap charity walk in Cambridge - and you can still join them

1,100 walkers look forward to Bridge the Gap charity walk in Cambridge - and you can still join them

1,100 walkers look forward to Bridge the Gap charity walk in Cambridge - and you can still join them

09 September 2023

Sunday’s walk goes through University of Cambridge colleges – and you can sign up on the day.


1.2 million cancer deaths prevented in last four decades, says Cancer Research UK

1.2 million cancer deaths prevented in last four decades, says Cancer Research UK

1.2 million cancer deaths prevented in last four decades, says Cancer Research UK

08 September 2023

Progression in prevention, diagnosis and treatment have contributed – but charity is concerned over NHS strain.


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