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BenevolentAI aims to enter clinic in 2023 with candidate for novel ulcerative colitis target

BenevolentAI aims to enter clinic in 2023 with candidate for novel ulcerative colitis target

BenevolentAI aims to enter clinic in 2023 with candidate for novel ulcerative colitis target

21 October 2021

The novel biological target identified using AI has been experimentally validated.

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Secret of our body’s inner assassins uncovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Secret of our body’s inner assassins uncovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Secret of our body’s inner assassins uncovered by University of Cambridge researchers

21 October 2021

The researchers have found how they reload their toxic weaponry.


Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner questions government amid alarm at the ‘scale of Covid-19 infection ripping through schools’

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner questions government amid alarm at the ‘scale of Covid-19 infection ripping through schools’

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner questions government amid alarm at the ‘scale of Covid-19 infection ripping through schools’

20 October 2021

Every district in Cambridgeshire except the city recorded their highest weekly Covid-19 case numbers since the pandemic began.


Walk-in vaccination bus at Queen Anne House in Cambridge

Walk-in vaccination bus at Queen Anne House in Cambridge

Walk-in vaccination bus at Queen Anne House in Cambridge

18 October 2021

Anyone wishing to get a first or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine can do so today (Monday, October 18) from 11am to 5pm.


Record Covid-19 weekly case numbers seen in multiple areas of Cambridgeshire - in-depth analysis

Record Covid-19 weekly case numbers seen in multiple areas of Cambridgeshire - in-depth analysis

Record Covid-19 weekly case numbers seen in multiple areas of Cambridgeshire - in-depth analysis

16 October 2021

We explore the data by age and location, and look at vaccinations, deaths and hospitalisations.


About 43,000 people ‘wrongly given negative PCR Covid-19 test result’

About 43,000 people ‘wrongly given negative PCR Covid-19 test result’

About 43,000 people ‘wrongly given negative PCR Covid-19 test result’

15 October 2021

It follows an investigation into why many people tested negative after positive lateral flow test results.


TRx Biosciences presents classic Cambridge healthcare breakthrough

TRx Biosciences presents classic Cambridge healthcare breakthrough

TRx Biosciences presents classic Cambridge healthcare breakthrough

15 October 2021

‘We’ve got the lymphatic system leveraged therapeutically,’ says CBO Dan Gooding of new small molecule drug model


Cambridgeshire schools’ Covid vaccinations hit by delays

Cambridgeshire schools’ Covid vaccinations hit by delays

Cambridgeshire schools’ Covid vaccinations hit by delays

15 October 2021

Health teams left some schools without administering jabs to all eligible pupils - and they have been unable to say when they will be back.


Patients facing ‘exceptional’ waiting times for treatments at Cambridge University Hospitals

Patients facing ‘exceptional’ waiting times for treatments at Cambridge University Hospitals

Patients facing ‘exceptional’ waiting times for treatments at Cambridge University Hospitals

14 October 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in many people across the country having their operations, treatment and appointments cancelled or delayed.


Milton Country Park will no longer host Cambridge parkrun

Milton Country Park will no longer host Cambridge parkrun

Milton Country Park will no longer host Cambridge parkrun

11 October 2021

The decision is mainly due to the event becoming “unmanageably large”.

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Plans for early designs for £220m Cambridge Children’s Hospital submitted

Plans for early designs for £220m Cambridge Children’s Hospital submitted

Plans for early designs for £220m Cambridge Children’s Hospital submitted

11 October 2021

Plans for the early designs of the region’s first dedicated children’s hospital have been submitted for Cambridge City Council.


Covid-19 cases by age and area of Cambridgeshire, as another 2,500 infections recorded in a week

Covid-19 cases by age and area of Cambridgeshire, as another 2,500 infections recorded in a week

Covid-19 cases by age and area of Cambridgeshire, as another 2,500 infections recorded in a week

09 October 2021

Cases are spreading fast among school-age children.


King’s College Chapel to light up ‘green’ and help raise awareness of rare condition

King’s College Chapel to light up ‘green’ and help raise awareness of rare condition

King’s College Chapel to light up ‘green’ and help raise awareness of rare condition

08 October 2021

Chapel will go green on October 22 as part of Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Awareness Day


Effects of ageing are ‘not caused by DNA mutations alone’

Effects of ageing are ‘not caused by DNA mutations alone’

Effects of ageing are ‘not caused by DNA mutations alone’

08 October 2021

The work challenges the current understanding of what leads to age-related diseases.


Fresh insight into neurodegenerative diseases by MRC LMB uncovers new disease

Fresh insight into neurodegenerative diseases by MRC LMB uncovers new disease

Fresh insight into neurodegenerative diseases by MRC LMB uncovers new disease

08 October 2021

Work by Sjors Scheres and Michel Goedert’s groups has led to a new method of classification.


Cambridge Rare Disease Network hosts ‘pioneering’ RAREsummit21

Cambridge Rare Disease Network hosts ‘pioneering’ RAREsummit21

Cambridge Rare Disease Network hosts ‘pioneering’ RAREsummit21

06 October 2021

‘It’s where the magic happens’ says CRDN’s Jo Balfour of event for researchers, sufferers, families and carers


Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

Protesters outside Cambridge Jobcentre say Universal Credit cut ‘penalises poor’

06 October 2021

Campaigners against £20-a-week cut say: ‘It’s going to be very bad for everybody’s mental health’

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Respiratory viruses pile the pressure on Cambridgeshire’s schools and hospitals

Respiratory viruses pile the pressure on Cambridgeshire’s schools and hospitals

Respiratory viruses pile the pressure on Cambridgeshire’s schools and hospitals

04 October 2021

An increase in respiratory illnesses in children is placing increased pressure on health services and schools in Cambridgeshire.


‘A&E was overflowing with children’: A mother’s experience taking her young daughter to Addenbrooke’s

‘A&E was overflowing with children’: A mother’s experience taking her young daughter to Addenbrooke’s

‘A&E was overflowing with children’: A mother’s experience taking her young daughter to Addenbrooke’s

03 October 2021

A mum witnesses the immense pressure staff are under.

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Cambridgeshire records highest Covid-19 numbers since January, driven by infections in children and 40-somethings

Cambridgeshire records highest Covid-19 numbers since January, driven by infections in children and 40-somethings

Cambridgeshire records highest Covid-19 numbers since January, driven by infections in children and 40-somethings

02 October 2021

But the impact of vaccinations is clear from data on hospitalisations and deaths.


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