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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.


Babraham Institute researchers turn the clock back on human skin cells by 30 years

Babraham Institute researchers turn the clock back on human skin cells by 30 years

Babraham Institute researchers turn the clock back on human skin cells by 30 years

14 April 2022

It suggests we could create cells that are better at healing wounds or even impact age-related diseases and symptoms.


Long Covid recovery improved by capsule with phytochemicals found in plant-based food, study finds

Long Covid recovery improved by capsule with phytochemicals found in plant-based food, study finds

Long Covid recovery improved by capsule with phytochemicals found in plant-based food, study finds

13 April 2022

It was led by an Addenbrooke’s oncologist.

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Eagle Genomics ranks among top companies in global Foodtech 500 list

Eagle Genomics ranks among top companies in global Foodtech 500 list

Eagle Genomics ranks among top companies in global Foodtech 500 list

08 April 2022

It makes the top 60.


Discovery could change our understanding of molecular neuroscience, says LMB

Discovery could change our understanding of molecular neuroscience, says LMB

Discovery could change our understanding of molecular neuroscience, says LMB

08 April 2022

Its findings could have major implications for drugs treating many conditions.


Cambridge’s Crop Science Centre to begin field trial of GM and gene-edited barley

Cambridge’s Crop Science Centre to begin field trial of GM and gene-edited barley

Cambridge’s Crop Science Centre to begin field trial of GM and gene-edited barley

07 April 2022

It will assess whether it is possible to reduce the need for synthetic fertilisers.


Bitter taste receptors in our lungs could help protect against respiratory failure, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Bitter taste receptors in our lungs could help protect against respiratory failure, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Bitter taste receptors in our lungs could help protect against respiratory failure, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

01 April 2022

Discovery could have an impact on treatment of Covid-19, pnemonia and sepsis.


Mystery of how largest carnivorous dinosaur hunted is solved by Cambridge and Oxford palaeontologists

Mystery of how largest carnivorous dinosaur hunted is solved by Cambridge and Oxford palaeontologists

Mystery of how largest carnivorous dinosaur hunted is solved by Cambridge and Oxford palaeontologists

31 March 2022

Spinosaurus’ underwater behaviour explored in bone density study.


BiologIC’s biocomputer invention to be used by Oxford Biomedica to develop viral vectors for cancer therapies

BiologIC’s biocomputer invention to be used by Oxford Biomedica to develop viral vectors for cancer therapies

BiologIC’s biocomputer invention to be used by Oxford Biomedica to develop viral vectors for cancer therapies

31 March 2022

The Cambridge biotech wants to ‘drive a revolution in biology’.


University of Cambridge study suggests lithium may reduce the risk of developing dementia

University of Cambridge study suggests lithium may reduce the risk of developing dementia

University of Cambridge study suggests lithium may reduce the risk of developing dementia

30 March 2022

But larger studies are needed.


Pre-festival events held at University of Cambridge Department of Engineering

Pre-festival events held at University of Cambridge Department of Engineering

Pre-festival events held at University of Cambridge Department of Engineering

26 March 2022

The Cambridge Festival finally gets under way on March 31 – but some ‘teaser’ events have already taken place.


20-year debate over star formations in galaxies is resolved by finding on supermassive black holes

20-year debate over star formations in galaxies is resolved by finding on supermassive black holes

20-year debate over star formations in galaxies is resolved by finding on supermassive black holes

25 March 2022

The Kavli Institute for Cosmology deployed cosmological simulations to answer the question.


Personalised blood test can be used to identify risk of lung cancer returning, say University of Cambridge scientists

Personalised blood test can be used to identify risk of lung cancer returning, say University of Cambridge scientists

Personalised blood test can be used to identify risk of lung cancer returning, say University of Cambridge scientists

24 March 2022

A study of Inivata’s liquid biopsy test RaDaR was carried out by scientists at Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute.


Finalists revealed for 2021-22 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Finalists revealed for 2021-22 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Finalists revealed for 2021-22 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

23 March 2022

The shortlist in full - plus details of the awards ceremony.


Hydrogen heating isn’t a viable climate crisis solution, says Cambridge innovation specialist

Hydrogen heating isn’t a viable climate crisis solution, says Cambridge innovation specialist

Hydrogen heating isn’t a viable climate crisis solution, says Cambridge innovation specialist

19 March 2022

Nathan Wrench considers the future of energy – without ‘bait and switch’ detours


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