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Cambridge 2030 vision aims to tackle inequality across city

Cambridge 2030 vision aims to tackle inequality across city

Cambridge 2030 vision aims to tackle inequality across city

22 November 2019

A new initiative has been launched that aims to unite the Cambridge community to fight inequality and create a healthy and prosperous city.


Cycle Pharmaceuticals signs partnership with Catalent to develop its rare disease drugs

Cycle Pharmaceuticals signs partnership with Catalent to develop its rare disease drugs

Cycle Pharmaceuticals signs partnership with Catalent to develop its rare disease drugs

22 November 2019

Zydis technology will be applied to four of the Cambridge company’s products.


New malaria drug targets found in study involving Wellcome Sanger Institute

New malaria drug targets found in study involving Wellcome Sanger Institute

New malaria drug targets found in study involving Wellcome Sanger Institute

22 November 2019

Study paves the way for medicines that would target the parasite in the liver, before it rapidly reproduces.


Caretakers put in charge at Waterbeach Surgery after sudden closure

Caretakers put in charge at Waterbeach Surgery after sudden closure

Caretakers put in charge at Waterbeach Surgery after sudden closure

21 November 2019

Waterbeach Surgery has reopened under caretaker management following urgent enforcement action taken by the Care Quality Commission.


Cambridge kids can defeat a superbug by becoming 'disease detectives'

Cambridge kids can defeat a superbug by becoming 'disease detectives'

Cambridge kids can defeat a superbug by becoming 'disease detectives'

18 November 2019

Children, teenagers and adults can sign-up for the chance to tackle an indestructible superbug at the Cambridge science centre


New city support group for sight loss

New city support group for sight loss

New city support group for sight loss

17 November 2019

A new sight loss support group is launching in Cambridge next Saturday (November 23).


NudgeBox guides better food choices for your DNA

NudgeBox guides better food choices for your DNA

NudgeBox guides better food choices for your DNA

17 November 2019

TTP helps provide DNA profiling benefits into Covent Garden retailer


Bringing enterprising ideas into the NHS

Bringing enterprising ideas into the NHS

Bringing enterprising ideas into the NHS

15 November 2019

How Health Enterprise East has helped adoption of medtech innovations for 15 years


Waterbeach Surgery closed after urgent enforcement action by CQC

Waterbeach Surgery closed after urgent enforcement action by CQC

Waterbeach Surgery closed after urgent enforcement action by CQC

14 November 2019

Waterbeach Surgery is closed following urgent enforcement action taken by the Care Quality Commission.


Gurdon Institute unlocks secret of liver regeneration, giving fresh hope of treatment for cirrhosis

Gurdon Institute unlocks secret of liver regeneration, giving fresh hope of treatment for cirrhosis

Gurdon Institute unlocks secret of liver regeneration, giving fresh hope of treatment for cirrhosis

09 November 2019

Discovery of a chemical switch opens up the possibility of new drugs.


Walking on fire for Cambridgeshire hospice charity

Walking on fire for Cambridgeshire hospice charity

Walking on fire for Cambridgeshire hospice charity

08 November 2019

Arthur Rank Hospice Charity is staging a firewalk in the grounds of its hospice tomorrow (Saturday, November 9).


Emergency Helicopter Medics, featuring East Anglian Air Ambulance, is back on TV

Emergency Helicopter Medics, featuring East Anglian Air Ambulance, is back on TV

Emergency Helicopter Medics, featuring East Anglian Air Ambulance, is back on TV

08 November 2019

The programme starts this Sunday (November 10) at 9pm on More4.


Fourwentways roundabout truck stop ‘is full of litter and a health hazard’

Fourwentways roundabout truck stop ‘is full of litter and a health hazard’

Fourwentways roundabout truck stop ‘is full of litter and a health hazard’

08 November 2019

Residents say it is an eyesore and dangerous.


£8m funding for CRUK Cambridge Centre for radiotherapy research

£8m funding for CRUK Cambridge Centre for radiotherapy research

£8m funding for CRUK Cambridge Centre for radiotherapy research

08 November 2019

It is part of CRUK’s £56m RadNet programme and will explore interactions at a molecular level.


Is it a Wellcome expansion or a step too far? Exploring the Genome Campus plans

Is it a Wellcome expansion or a step too far? Exploring the Genome Campus plans

Is it a Wellcome expansion or a step too far? Exploring the Genome Campus plans

05 November 2019

Hinxton parish council worried about the scale of Wellcome's expansion plans

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Lab-quality home flu test on way

Lab-quality home flu test on way

Lab-quality home flu test on way

03 November 2019

Cambridge investors fund St Ives-based Sense Bioscience to the tune of £12.3m


First ever seminar in Cambridge aims to help employees suffering from domestic abuse

First ever seminar in Cambridge aims to help employees suffering from domestic abuse

First ever seminar in Cambridge aims to help employees suffering from domestic abuse

01 November 2019

So far more than 25 businesses have signed up for the breakfast seminar


Dr Michel Goedert wins $250,000 Rainwater Prize for neurodegenerative disease research at MRC LMB

Dr Michel Goedert wins $250,000 Rainwater Prize for neurodegenerative disease research at MRC LMB

Dr Michel Goedert wins $250,000 Rainwater Prize for neurodegenerative disease research at MRC LMB

01 November 2019

His study of tau protein has been key to our understanding of Alzheimer’s.


Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells us plans for Addenbrooke’s Hospital are ‘hugely exciting’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells us plans for Addenbrooke’s Hospital are ‘hugely exciting’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson tells us plans for Addenbrooke’s Hospital are ‘hugely exciting’

31 October 2019

He praised ‘brilliant work’ during his visit.


Obese children have different brain structures, University of Cambridge researchers find

Obese children have different brain structures, University of Cambridge researchers find

Obese children have different brain structures, University of Cambridge researchers find

31 October 2019

Youngsters with higher BMI have a thinner cortex - or grey matter - and their executive functions are affected, a study shows.


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