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Unlocking the secrets to our behaviour during Covid-19 pandemic

Unlocking the secrets to our behaviour during Covid-19 pandemic

Unlocking the secrets to our behaviour during Covid-19 pandemic

10 June 2020

Dr Sander van der Linden, of University of Cambridge’s Department of Psychology, on how social and behavioural science can aid coronavirus response


Cambridge head warns of huge attainment gap for kids with no computer

Cambridge head warns of huge attainment gap for kids with no computer

Cambridge head warns of huge attainment gap for kids with no computer

10 June 2020

Homeschooling is impossible for disadvantaged children with no access to a computer warns headteacher who is raising cash to buy equipment for pupils

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Sareum raises £1m to advance preclinical studies and targets Covid-19 cytokine storm

Sareum raises £1m to advance preclinical studies and targets Covid-19 cytokine storm

Sareum raises £1m to advance preclinical studies and targets Covid-19 cytokine storm

10 June 2020

The Pampisford company says it has “compelling” data in models.


Shepreth Wildlife Park must stay shut even when shops reopen

 Shepreth Wildlife Park must stay shut even when shops reopen

Shepreth Wildlife Park must stay shut even when shops reopen

09 June 2020

Director Rebecca Willers says it is unfair that Shepreth’s outside attraction must remain closed when non-essential shops can open.


Covid-19 trial at Addenbrooke’s will test if donated plasma improves survival chances of those with weak immune systems

Covid-19 trial at Addenbrooke’s will test if donated plasma improves survival chances of those with weak immune systems

Covid-19 trial at Addenbrooke’s will test if donated plasma improves survival chances of those with weak immune systems

09 June 2020

Patients who have recovered from the coronavirus are sought for donations of antibody-rich convalescent plasma.


Cambridge Grand Arcade shopping centre to reopen

Cambridge Grand Arcade shopping centre to reopen

Cambridge Grand Arcade shopping centre to reopen

08 June 2020

Shoppers will be asked to follow a one-way system throughout all levels to help keep everyone safely distanced


Cambridge headteacher believes school return is too soon

Cambridge headteacher believes school return is too soon

Cambridge headteacher believes school return is too soon

08 June 2020

A Cambridge headteacher has warned the government's decision to send schools back has been “rushed” and could cause another spike in the coronavirus

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Avacta signs distribution deal for Covid-19 self-test under development

Avacta signs distribution deal for Covid-19 self-test under development

Avacta signs distribution deal for Covid-19 self-test under development

06 June 2020

It has signed an exclusive distribution deal with Medusa19.


Cambridgeshire care homes took over 100 patients from Addenbrooke’s without Covid-19 tests

Cambridgeshire care homes took over 100 patients from Addenbrooke’s without Covid-19 tests

Cambridgeshire care homes took over 100 patients from Addenbrooke’s without Covid-19 tests

06 June 2020

Limited testing capacity meant more than 100 people were released into care homes without being given a Covid-19 test


Cambridge Big Weekend festival goes online

Cambridge Big Weekend festival goes online

Cambridge Big Weekend festival goes online

05 June 2020

The free event usually takes place on Parker's Piece but will now be streamed live over one weekend in July


Coronavirus drive-through testing site to open in Cambridge

Coronavirus drive-through testing site to open in Cambridge

Coronavirus drive-through testing site to open in Cambridge

03 June 2020

New facility to open on Friday (June 5)

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Countryside Properties donation helps Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund pass £750k

Countryside Properties donation helps Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund pass £750k

Countryside Properties donation helps Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund pass £750k

03 June 2020

A further boost came with another grant from the National Emergencies Trust.


Debbie's lockdown painting-a-day is uplifting for East Anglian Air Ambulance

Debbie's lockdown painting-a-day is uplifting for East Anglian Air Ambulance

Debbie's lockdown painting-a-day is uplifting for East Anglian Air Ambulance

02 June 2020

Artist Debbie Baxter produced a painting a day during lockdown and donated eight to EAAA for a fundraising auction.


Family desperate as Cambourne father and Mill Road trader is stranded in Gaza

Family desperate as Cambourne father and Mill Road trader is stranded in Gaza

Family desperate as Cambourne father and Mill Road trader is stranded in Gaza

02 June 2020

His 16-year-old daughter issues an emotional plea to the government to help her dad.

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CCL offers 500 Covid-19 tests a day for care homes in Cambridge region

CCL offers 500 Covid-19 tests a day for care homes in Cambridge region

CCL offers 500 Covid-19 tests a day for care homes in Cambridge region

02 June 2020

The Milton lab wants to test staff and residents weekly.


60-70% of Cambridgeshire primary schools reopen to three year groups

60-70% of Cambridgeshire primary schools reopen to three year groups

60-70% of Cambridgeshire primary schools reopen to three year groups

01 June 2020

County council says schools have developed their own individual bespoke plans for phased extended reopening


Cycling in the age of social distancing: Advice from Camcycle for Cambridge cyclists

Cycling in the age of social distancing: Advice from Camcycle for Cambridge cyclists

Cycling in the age of social distancing: Advice from Camcycle for Cambridge cyclists

01 June 2020

Anna Williams offers guidance as coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease.


Social media goes wild for Comberton poet Jude Simpson’s Thank Me by Thinking Twice, hailing healthcare workers

Social media goes wild for Comberton poet Jude Simpson’s Thank Me by Thinking Twice, hailing healthcare workers

Social media goes wild for Comberton poet Jude Simpson’s Thank Me by Thinking Twice, hailing healthcare workers

01 June 2020

The poem has proved popular on Twitter, Facebook and Youtube.


'The world has changed but our care home is vibrant and positive'

'The world has changed but our care home is vibrant and positive'

'The world has changed but our care home is vibrant and positive'

01 June 2020

Staff at Cambridge Manor care home are supporting residents to live fun, active lives despite changes due to coronavirus.


Concern over new Cambridge cyclist paths and plans for bike QuickCAM network

Concern over new Cambridge cyclist paths and plans for bike QuickCAM network

Concern over new Cambridge cyclist paths and plans for bike QuickCAM network

29 May 2020

Camcycle reveals its proposals for cycling routes as it says new temporary bike lanes are not up to the required standard

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