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Autonomous 10-metre drone unveiled by British Antarctic Survey as it plans inaugural flights

Autonomous 10-metre drone unveiled by British Antarctic Survey as it plans inaugural flights

Autonomous 10-metre drone unveiled by British Antarctic Survey as it plans inaugural flights

03 November 2023

Windracers’ ULTRA UAV is designed for carrying science sensors in extreme environments like Antarctica.

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In pictures: Let’s Go Circular at Grand Arcade

In pictures: Let’s Go Circular at Grand Arcade

In pictures: Let’s Go Circular at Grand Arcade

02 November 2023

The centre’s flagship sustainability-focused event brought a packed schedule of exhibitions, activities, pop-up stalls and more.


Relief after Cambridge park’s mature trees saved from the chop

Relief after Cambridge park’s mature trees saved from the chop

Relief after Cambridge park’s mature trees saved from the chop

01 November 2023

Councillors defied planning advice to save the 125-year-old trees that have been blamed for damage to the foundations of a house.

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The pioneering paludiculture at Great Fen – and how River Granta has been improved

The pioneering paludiculture at Great Fen – and how River Granta has been improved

The pioneering paludiculture at Great Fen – and how River Granta has been improved

31 October 2023

Caroline Fitton, of the WIldlife Trust in Cambridgeshire, explains two intriguing projects.

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‘We didn’t get our weedkilling regime right’ admits Cambridgeshire councillor

‘We didn’t get our weedkilling regime right’ admits Cambridgeshire councillor

‘We didn’t get our weedkilling regime right’ admits Cambridgeshire councillor

30 October 2023

Councillors say they have been inundated with emails about the state of the county’s roads.

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Anglian Water told to explain river ban bid

Anglian Water told to explain river ban bid

Anglian Water told to explain river ban bid

28 October 2023

Anglian Water has asked for navigation rights on an area of the river to be ‘permanently extinguished’

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East West Rail case to be examined by National Audit Office

East West Rail case to be examined by National Audit Office

East West Rail case to be examined by National Audit Office

27 October 2023

Value of £5bn line to be scrutinised – weeks after HS2 project dumped

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Antarctic fur seal numbers recovered after hunting – but now they face a new threat, say Cambridge scientists

Antarctic fur seal numbers recovered after hunting – but now they face a new threat, say Cambridge scientists

Antarctic fur seal numbers recovered after hunting – but now they face a new threat, say Cambridge scientists

27 October 2023

A British Antarctic Survey study warns their numbers are crashing once more.


The green belt needs protecting, campaigners tell hearing over Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant move

The green belt needs protecting, campaigners tell hearing over Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant move

The green belt needs protecting, campaigners tell hearing over Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant move

26 October 2023

Government-appointed planners have begun to look at the plans.

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Food shortages will lead to civil unrest, new study concludes

Food shortages will lead to civil unrest, new study concludes

Food shortages will lead to civil unrest, new study concludes

25 October 2023

ARU researchers say resilience more important than efficiency of market.

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Listen to the sounds of our planet at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences in Cambridge

Listen to the sounds of our planet at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences in Cambridge

Listen to the sounds of our planet at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences in Cambridge

25 October 2023

A new sound installation has been created.


Environment Agency objects to 1,000 Darwin Green homes over water supply

Environment Agency objects to 1,000 Darwin Green homes over water supply

Environment Agency objects to 1,000 Darwin Green homes over water supply

24 October 2023

The outline application proposes to build up to 1,000 new homes

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Battle for the bats: A species under threat in Cambridge from planning applications

Battle for the bats: A species under threat in Cambridge from planning applications

Battle for the bats: A species under threat in Cambridge from planning applications

24 October 2023

Bob Jarman explores what bat species can be found by the River Cam.

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Should Cambridge’s fireworks display be replaced with drone show?

Should Cambridge’s fireworks display be replaced with drone show?

Should Cambridge’s fireworks display be replaced with drone show?

23 October 2023

Green councillors claim it would be more environmentally friendly and kinder to nervous pets.

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Network Rail completes its first zero carbon engineering works in Eastern region

Network Rail completes its first zero carbon engineering works in Eastern region

Network Rail completes its first zero carbon engineering works in Eastern region

21 October 2023

It used batteries and solar power for overhead line renewals at Royston station.

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Documentary on Cambridge’s dysfunctional water system is quiet triumph for the ages

Documentary on Cambridge’s dysfunctional water system is quiet triumph for the ages

Documentary on Cambridge’s dysfunctional water system is quiet triumph for the ages

21 October 2023

‘Pure Clean Water’ is ‘a Cowspiracy for water’.

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Love British Food roots for new Cambridge ambassador

Love British Food roots for new Cambridge ambassador

Love British Food roots for new Cambridge ambassador

20 October 2023

Claire Mackenzie is a nutritionist and producer of documentary ‘Six Inches of Soil’.


Tree planted for Greater Cambridge Partnership Milton Road project

Tree planted for Greater Cambridge Partnership Milton Road project

Tree planted for Greater Cambridge Partnership Milton Road project

17 October 2023

The GCP will plant around 200 trees as part of the scheme

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Artist makes ink from Cambridge University’s Botanic Garden’s clone of Newton’s apple tree that fell in storm

Artist makes ink from Cambridge University’s Botanic Garden’s clone of Newton’s apple tree that fell in storm

Artist makes ink from Cambridge University’s Botanic Garden’s clone of Newton’s apple tree that fell in storm

16 October 2023

The fallen tree was a scion of the original apple tree which was said to have inspired Sir Isaac Newton to formulate his theory of gravity.

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Volunteer litter picker collects a tonne in one year in Cambridge – and reveals most common find

Volunteer litter picker collects a tonne in one year in Cambridge – and reveals most common find

Volunteer litter picker collects a tonne in one year in Cambridge – and reveals most common find

16 October 2023

Joseph Tucker collects several bags a week.


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