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Watch a robot make an omelette: University of Cambridge and Beko team up to research kitchen of the future

Watch a robot make an omelette: University of Cambridge and Beko team up to research kitchen of the future

Watch a robot make an omelette: University of Cambridge and Beko team up to research kitchen of the future

03 June 2020

The robot was able to take account of different tastes, using machine learning.


Professor Wolf Reik appointed acting director of the Babraham Institute

Professor Wolf Reik appointed acting director of the Babraham Institute

Professor Wolf Reik appointed acting director of the Babraham Institute

03 June 2020

It follow the death of Professor Michael Wakelam, who died from a suspected Covid-19 infection in March.


Watch SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft dock with the International Space Station - and hear from NASA astronauts

Watch SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft dock with the International Space Station - and hear from NASA astronauts

Watch SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft dock with the International Space Station - and hear from NASA astronauts

31 May 2020

Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken will reach the International Space Station on Sunday (May 31).


When to watch the May 30 SpaceX launch and see Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts in skies above UK

When to watch the May 30 SpaceX launch and see Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts in skies above UK

When to watch the May 30 SpaceX launch and see Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts in skies above UK

30 May 2020

The spacecraft and International Space Station should be visible above Cambridgeshire skies tonight.


When to watch the SpaceX launch and see Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts in skies above UK

When to watch the SpaceX launch and see Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts in skies above UK

When to watch the SpaceX launch and see Crew Dragon spacecraft carrying NASA astronauts in skies above UK

27 May 2020

Gaze to the skies and you could witness a historic moment in space travel.


Lower vitamin D levels associated with higher Covid-19 mortality rates, Anglia Ruskin University finds

Lower vitamin D levels associated with higher Covid-19 mortality rates, Anglia Ruskin University finds

Lower vitamin D levels associated with higher Covid-19 mortality rates, Anglia Ruskin University finds

23 May 2020

Vitamin D plays a role in preventing the immune system from releasing too many inflammatory cytokines.


Babraham Institute and Sanger scientists find ‘dark matter’ switch is key to inflammatory diseases

Babraham Institute and Sanger scientists find ‘dark matter’ switch is key to inflammatory diseases

Babraham Institute and Sanger scientists find ‘dark matter’ switch is key to inflammatory diseases

22 May 2020

Study identifies target for battling Crohn’s, type I diabetes, asthma and inflammatory bowel disease.


Consortium including MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology to provide Covid-19 protein reagents

Consortium including MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology to provide Covid-19 protein reagents

Consortium including MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology to provide Covid-19 protein reagents

21 May 2020

They will provide them for researchers to aid our understanding of the coronavirus.


Bill Gates among investors as Cambridge Science Park-based Cerevance raises $45m to fight brain diseases

Bill Gates among investors as Cambridge Science Park-based Cerevance raises $45m to fight brain diseases

Bill Gates among investors as Cambridge Science Park-based Cerevance raises $45m to fight brain diseases

15 May 2020

The pharma company is carrying out groundbreaking work to fight Alzheimer’s.


Are some people at greater genetic risk from Covid-19? MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology seeks DNA volunteers

Are some people at greater genetic risk from Covid-19? MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology seeks DNA volunteers

Are some people at greater genetic risk from Covid-19? MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology seeks DNA volunteers

15 May 2020

Prof Julian Gough is asking those who have had a consumer DNA test to get involved.


150th person recruited to Covid-19 research programme at Addenbrooke’s

150th person recruited to Covid-19 research programme at Addenbrooke’s

150th person recruited to Covid-19 research programme at Addenbrooke’s

13 May 2020

Programme creates a 'library' of samples for scientists


Is lockdown making us turn more to alcohol, gambling and pornography?

Is lockdown making us turn more to alcohol, gambling and pornography?

Is lockdown making us turn more to alcohol, gambling and pornography?

13 May 2020

A University of Cambridge researcher has launched an online survey to find out.


Queen’s Award for SciBite’s semantic data clean-up success

Queen’s Award for SciBite’s semantic data clean-up success

Queen’s Award for SciBite’s semantic data clean-up success

10 May 2020

Wellcome Genome Campus company’s software platform transforms information silos


Breakthrough Cambridge science turns pea protein into microplastics (without the plastic)

Breakthrough Cambridge science turns pea protein into microplastics (without the plastic)

Breakthrough Cambridge science turns pea protein into microplastics (without the plastic)

07 May 2020

Xampla’s scaleable discovery is underpinned by Professor Tuomas Knowles’ research


Missing link in puzzle of how hearing work found by MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Missing link in puzzle of how hearing work found by MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Missing link in puzzle of how hearing work found by MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

07 May 2020

Working with collaborators, they studied worms to identify key proteins.


Sanger Institute researchers help identify the nose cells that act as entry points for the Covid-19 virus

Sanger Institute researchers help identify the nose cells that act as entry points for the Covid-19 virus

Sanger Institute researchers help identify the nose cells that act as entry points for the Covid-19 virus

06 May 2020

The work reveals potential targets for tackling the high transmission of the coronavirus.


Meet the 10 brilliant Cambridge scientists newly elected as fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 10 brilliant Cambridge scientists newly elected as fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 10 brilliant Cambridge scientists newly elected as fellows of the Royal Society

30 April 2020

The University of Cambridge, Sanger Institute and the LMB are all represented - and the group includes the society’s youngest living fellow.


£200,000 appeal: Grounded planes could be trialled as oxygen chambers for Covid-19 patients

£200,000 appeal: Grounded planes could be trialled as oxygen chambers for Covid-19 patients

£200,000 appeal: Grounded planes could be trialled as oxygen chambers for Covid-19 patients

24 April 2020

The South Cambridgeshire company is liaising with aerospace and medical authorities as a clinical trial is planned in Canada.


CN Bio moves from organ-on-a-chip to human-on-a-chip

CN Bio moves from organ-on-a-chip to human-on-a-chip

CN Bio moves from organ-on-a-chip to human-on-a-chip

23 April 2020

Science Park company used technology to link ten organs and have them ‘live’ together successfully for a month


University of Cambridge study finds link between high levels of air pollution and deadlier cases of Covid-19

University of Cambridge study finds link between high levels of air pollution and deadlier cases of Covid-19

University of Cambridge study finds link between high levels of air pollution and deadlier cases of Covid-19

23 April 2020

Researchers at MRC Toxicology Unit release preliminary findings.

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