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Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

19 April 2024

It can affect an individual’s risk of poor physical health and traumatic experiences many years later.


New life science campus to be created from ‘post apocalyptic’ former sewage works at Hauxton

New life science campus to be created from ‘post apocalyptic’ former sewage works at Hauxton

New life science campus to be created from ‘post apocalyptic’ former sewage works at Hauxton

18 April 2024

Cambridge Discovery Campus could be home to 1,000 jobs in future.


Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

Cambridge researchers awarded European Research Council Advanced Grants

18 April 2024

The funding allows them to pursue ambitious projects.


NHS to roll out artificial pancreas developed at Addenbrooke’s

NHS to roll out artificial pancreas developed at Addenbrooke’s

NHS to roll out artificial pancreas developed at Addenbrooke’s

16 April 2024

It can help patients with type one diabetes.


Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

12 April 2024

They are among the first for which the increased risk of obesity is not seen until adulthood.


Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

11 April 2024

If successful, it could provide an alternative to risk-reducing surgery.


Quantinuum and Microsoft teams achieve fault-tolerant quantum computing breakthrough

Quantinuum and Microsoft teams achieve fault-tolerant quantum computing breakthrough

Quantinuum and Microsoft teams achieve fault-tolerant quantum computing breakthrough

10 April 2024

Most reliable logical qubits yet ‘mark transition into this second phase of quantum computing’.


Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

05 April 2024

It is the first to show that BCG-vaccinated cattle infected with TB are substantially less infectious.


£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

05 April 2024

The building will be renamed in honour of philanthropist Sir Ka-shing Li.


Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

05 April 2024

It allows astronomers to observe tiny changes in the colour of starlight.


Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

05 April 2024

The Astronomer Royal also shared his views on AI, billionaires trying to extend our lifespans and aliens.


NHS trust becomes first to adopt Lucida Medical’s AI tool to aid prostate cancer diagnosis

NHS trust becomes first to adopt Lucida Medical’s AI tool to aid prostate cancer diagnosis

NHS trust becomes first to adopt Lucida Medical’s AI tool to aid prostate cancer diagnosis

29 March 2024

Pi will assist radiologists in detecting clinically significant prostate cancer.


Babraham Institute collaboration reveals reason for cell fate decision in human embryonic development

Babraham Institute collaboration reveals reason for cell fate decision in human embryonic development

Babraham Institute collaboration reveals reason for cell fate decision in human embryonic development

29 March 2024

It could lead to better stem cell-based embryo models for research.


Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

28 March 2024

Neuroferritinopathy is a progressive and incurable brain disorder affecting about 100 people worldwide.


Many Labradors feel hungry all the time due to genetic mutation, University of Cambridge research has shown

Many Labradors feel hungry all the time due to genetic mutation, University of Cambridge research has shown

Many Labradors feel hungry all the time due to genetic mutation, University of Cambridge research has shown

22 March 2024

They also burn fewer calories - meaning they’re hard-wired for obesity.


Three University of Cambridge researchers earn £2.5m engineering awards for their emerging technologies

Three University of Cambridge researchers earn £2.5m engineering awards for their emerging technologies

Three University of Cambridge researchers earn £2.5m engineering awards for their emerging technologies

22 March 2024

Royal Academy scheme aims to foster technologies with high potential to deliver economic and social benefits.


Rapid test co-developed by Sanger Institute could help save lives claimed by the tropical disease melioidosis

Rapid test co-developed by Sanger Institute could help save lives claimed by the tropical disease melioidosis

Rapid test co-developed by Sanger Institute could help save lives claimed by the tropical disease melioidosis

22 March 2024

It claims about 89,000 lives annually.


£250m redevelopment of Melbourn Science Park approved, with new labs, pub, hotel and village green

£250m redevelopment of Melbourn Science Park approved, with new labs, pub, hotel and village green

£250m redevelopment of Melbourn Science Park approved, with new labs, pub, hotel and village green

21 March 2024

Bruntwood SciTech won permission from South Cambridgeshire district councillors.


Finalists in the 2024 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Finalists in the 2024 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Finalists in the 2024 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

20 March 2024

There were a record number of entries to the awards this year.


MRC LMB’s Sofia Lövestam earns prestigious award for neurodegenerative disease work

MRC LMB’s Sofia Lövestam earns prestigious award for neurodegenerative disease work

MRC LMB’s Sofia Lövestam earns prestigious award for neurodegenerative disease work

15 March 2024

Her work understanding amyloid filaments could prove crucial in the design of new drugs.


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