Home   Categories   Grid

Subscribe Now

University of Cambridge researchers find reprogramming skin cells could help multiple sclerosis patients

University of Cambridge researchers find reprogramming skin cells could help multiple sclerosis patients

University of Cambridge researchers find reprogramming skin cells could help multiple sclerosis patients

07 March 2018

Turning patient's own skin cells into brain stem cells might help repair MS damage, study suggests

1

Retired Cambridge minister taking part in rare disease trials

Retired Cambridge minister taking part in rare disease trials

Retired Cambridge minister taking part in rare disease trials

27 February 2018

Stephen Burgess hopes to help other patients and the NHS


The day I didn't get shot on the Line of Control, Kashmir, India

The day I didn't get shot on the Line of Control, Kashmir, India

The day I didn't get shot on the Line of Control, Kashmir, India

24 February 2018

How Cambridge carpenter Alex Magilton's ski break ended up on the disputed border in Kashmir


Latest Cambridge Independent Employee Awards winner announced

Latest Cambridge Independent Employee Awards winner announced

Latest Cambridge Independent Employee Awards winner announced

23 February 2018

Lindsey Powell is the latest winner of the monthly award.


BenevolentAI, one of world's top five AI companies, acquires drug discovery centre on Babraham Research Campus

BenevolentAI, one of world's top five AI companies, acquires drug discovery centre on Babraham Research Campus

BenevolentAI, one of world's top five AI companies, acquires drug discovery centre on Babraham Research Campus

22 February 2018

Unicorn founded by Ken Mulvany uses artificial intelligence to understand all the world's biomedical data


Norovirus and flu outbreaks prompt warning to stay away from Addenbrooke's and The Rosie hospitals

Norovirus and flu outbreaks prompt warning to stay away from Addenbrooke's and The Rosie hospitals

Norovirus and flu outbreaks prompt warning to stay away from Addenbrooke's and The Rosie hospitals

21 February 2018

Guide on all you need to know about winter vomiting virus as Cambridge University Hospitals restricts visiting


Pop-up cafe lights up our lives in Cambridge

Pop-up cafe lights up our lives in Cambridge

Pop-up cafe lights up our lives in Cambridge

18 February 2018

The roadshow which brings you a serotonin boost!


Life science community goes Dutch as Brexit moves EMA

Life science community goes Dutch as Brexit moves EMA

Life science community goes Dutch as Brexit moves EMA

15 February 2018

Cambridge pharma obliged to adapt to loss of key EU organisation


Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers find resistance to anti-malarial drugs was under-reported for years

Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers find resistance to anti-malarial drugs was under-reported for years

Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers find resistance to anti-malarial drugs was under-reported for years

14 February 2018

Team has conducted most comprehensive genetic study of malaria parasites in South-East Asia


Cambridgeshire-based hearing care centre supporting Tinnitus Week

Cambridgeshire-based hearing care centre supporting Tinnitus Week

Cambridgeshire-based hearing care centre supporting Tinnitus Week

07 February 2018

This week (February 5-11) is Tinnitus Week and numerous events are planned to highlight a condition affecting around one in 10 people in the UK.


Prof Greg Hannon on taking over at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and creating the world’s first virtual reality tumour

Prof Greg Hannon on taking over at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and creating the world’s first virtual reality tumour

Prof Greg Hannon on taking over at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and creating the world’s first virtual reality tumour

07 February 2018

The new director is assembling a team of chemists, biologists, mathematicians, astronomers and VR experts


Royston mum’s life turned upside down when doctors tell her she needs a liver transplant

Royston mum’s life turned upside down when doctors tell her she needs a liver transplant

Royston mum’s life turned upside down when doctors tell her she needs a liver transplant

06 February 2018

Mum Sarah: ‘I was terminally ill... then the call came’


State-of-the-art laboratory at Addenbrooke's is lasting tribute to brave Lisa

State-of-the-art laboratory at Addenbrooke's is lasting tribute to brave Lisa

State-of-the-art laboratory at Addenbrooke's is lasting tribute to brave Lisa

05 February 2018

A state-of-the-art laboratory that will help neurosurgeons research brain tumours has opened at Addenbrooke's.


Soham couple donates an entire (dolls) house to Addenbrooke’s, and you can bid for it

Soham couple donates an entire (dolls) house to Addenbrooke’s, and you can bid for it

Soham couple donates an entire (dolls) house to Addenbrooke’s, and you can bid for it

05 February 2018

There’s no doubt that this dolls’ house has been a labour of love for Beverley and Elethia Lorking.


Mamoq’s ‘clean and conscious’ response to fast fashion

Mamoq’s ‘clean and conscious’ response to fast fashion

Mamoq’s ‘clean and conscious’ response to fast fashion

04 February 2018

Ethical and eco-conscious shopping at your fingertips thanks to Cambridge social venture


The transplant team that gives patients a second chance at life

The transplant team that gives patients a second chance at life

The transplant team that gives patients a second chance at life

04 February 2018

Meet the team in charge of co-ordinating organ transplantation at Addenbrooke's Hospital.


Brain interfaces, bioelectronics and human disease: An interview with University of Cambridge’s George Malliaras

Brain interfaces, bioelectronics and human disease: An interview with University of Cambridge’s George Malliaras

Brain interfaces, bioelectronics and human disease: An interview with University of Cambridge’s George Malliaras

03 February 2018

The newly-appointed Prince Philip Professor of Technology discusses a fast-growing field


Owlstone Medical shares $1m IPF Catalyst Challenge prize and aims to help thousands with incurable lung disease

Owlstone Medical shares $1m IPF Catalyst Challenge prize and aims to help thousands with incurable lung disease

Owlstone Medical shares $1m IPF Catalyst Challenge prize and aims to help thousands with incurable lung disease

31 January 2018

Cambridge Respiratory Innovations was among finalists in Three Lakes Partners competition


Prof Stephen Hawking's NHS campaign group steps closer to taking Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to court

Prof Stephen Hawking's NHS campaign group steps closer to taking Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to court

Prof Stephen Hawking's NHS campaign group steps closer to taking Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to court

31 January 2018

Professor Stephen Hawking is among a group of campaigners, named JR4NHS, who have been granted a High Court judicial review against health secretary Jeremy Hunt.


Spectacular light installation at Cambridge Manor care home wows both visitors and residents

Spectacular light installation at Cambridge Manor care home wows both visitors and residents

Spectacular light installation at Cambridge Manor care home wows both visitors and residents

30 January 2018

The display was part of a project by community group Oblique Arts called Bright Lights CB4.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More