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Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

20 May 2022

Rare cases could be linked to chemotherapy treatment, researchers say.


Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

20 May 2022

It will aid research into vaccines and anti-cancer treatments.


High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

20 May 2022

University of Cambridge researchers used the 7T scanners to study a tiny region of the brain.

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Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

Researchers use algae to power Arm microprocessor for a year - and say it could solve Internet of Things challenge

19 May 2022

The University of Cambridge teamed up with the company to test the device.


Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

13 May 2022

Fourth doses are currently offered in the UK to the most vulnerable

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University of Cambridge scientists discover that putting stress on cells helps prevent protein tangles seen in dementia

University of Cambridge scientists discover that putting stress on cells helps prevent protein tangles seen in dementia

University of Cambridge scientists discover that putting stress on cells helps prevent protein tangles seen in dementia

13 May 2022

And their shock findings could help explain a strange finding about sauna users.


Royal Society elects 11 Cambridge-based scientists as new fellows

Royal Society elects 11 Cambridge-based scientists as new fellows

Royal Society elects 11 Cambridge-based scientists as new fellows

12 May 2022

It’s ‘super-cool’ to be elected to the rarified pinnacle of scientific recognition, says Sir Mene Pangalos


Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

12 May 2022

The event was a celebration of extraordinary talent from the region.


£1,500 IP prize on offer at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, courtesy of Appleyard Lees

£1,500 IP prize on offer at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, courtesy of Appleyard Lees

£1,500 IP prize on offer at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, courtesy of Appleyard Lees

11 May 2022

Cambridge firm is among the sponsors of the May 11 awards.


Severe Covid-19 can lead to cognitive impairment equivalent to 20 years of ageing, study finds

Severe Covid-19 can lead to cognitive impairment equivalent to 20 years of ageing, study finds

Severe Covid-19 can lead to cognitive impairment equivalent to 20 years of ageing, study finds

06 May 2022

Some patients may never fully recover, the researchers warn.


Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

06 May 2022

They are smaller than a coin.

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Why seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for middle-aged and older people, say University of Cambridge researchers

Why seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for middle-aged and older people, say University of Cambridge researchers

Why seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for middle-aged and older people, say University of Cambridge researchers

05 May 2022

It follows a study of nearly half a million adults.


Limited tickets on sale for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022

Limited tickets on sale for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022

Limited tickets on sale for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022

29 April 2022

Join a celebration of the finest talent in Cambridge at Hinxton Hall Conference Centre on the Wellcome Genome Campus.


Whole genome sequencing helps Cambridge University Hospitals provide answers for more than 100 children with cancer

Whole genome sequencing helps Cambridge University Hospitals provide answers for more than 100 children with cancer

Whole genome sequencing helps Cambridge University Hospitals provide answers for more than 100 children with cancer

29 April 2022

The findings have revealed several important variants.


Dengue threat to be tackled using AI-powered drug discovery as BenevolentAI teams up with DNDi

Dengue threat to be tackled using AI-powered drug discovery as BenevolentAI teams up with DNDi

Dengue threat to be tackled using AI-powered drug discovery as BenevolentAI teams up with DNDi

28 April 2022

There are an estimated 390 million infections each year.


Evidence of new causes of cancer uncovered as genomic data of 12,000 NHS patients is studied by Cambridge researchers

Evidence of new causes of cancer uncovered as genomic data of 12,000 NHS patients is studied by Cambridge researchers

Evidence of new causes of cancer uncovered as genomic data of 12,000 NHS patients is studied by Cambridge researchers

28 April 2022

58 mutational signatures not seen before were uncovered in the largest study of its kind.


Mursla’s nanochip technology for exosome detection poised to transform disease diagnosis

Mursla’s nanochip technology for exosome detection poised to transform disease diagnosis

Mursla’s nanochip technology for exosome detection poised to transform disease diagnosis

21 April 2022

The Cambridge Science Park company is also working with Roche Diagnostics on a liver cancer pilot study.


From mouse to human to giraffe, species accrue similar numbers of genetic mutations during lifetime

From mouse to human to giraffe, species accrue similar numbers of genetic mutations during lifetime

From mouse to human to giraffe, species accrue similar numbers of genetic mutations during lifetime

21 April 2022

The findings lend weigh to theory somatic mutations play a role in ageing - but do not answer Peto’s paradox.


NHS’ first genetics-based personalised treatment programme for brain tumour patients begins at Addenbrooke’s

NHS’ first genetics-based personalised treatment programme for brain tumour patients begins at Addenbrooke’s

NHS’ first genetics-based personalised treatment programme for brain tumour patients begins at Addenbrooke’s

18 April 2022

Patients with glioblastoma are receiving a tailored treatment plan.


Cracked! The two million-year-old egg forgery scandal solved by Cambridge researchers this Easter

Cracked! The two million-year-old egg forgery scandal solved by Cambridge researchers this Easter

Cracked! The two million-year-old egg forgery scandal solved by Cambridge researchers this Easter

15 April 2022

Mysteries of brood parasitism have been solved.


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