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Theresa May welcomes £200million Cambridge Science Park and Biohub investment during Beijing visit

Theresa May welcomes £200million Cambridge Science Park and Biohub investment during Beijing visit

Theresa May welcomes £200million Cambridge Science Park and Biohub investment during Beijing visit

01 February 2018

Trinity College is planning five new offices and research buildings and a state-of-the-art Biohub for the Cambridge Science Park in landmark venture.


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.


Cambridge astronomers help develop James Webb Space Telescope - the 'world's most magnificent time machine'

Cambridge astronomers help develop James Webb Space Telescope - the 'world's most magnificent time machine'

Cambridge astronomers help develop James Webb Space Telescope - the 'world's most magnificent time machine'

28 January 2018

Kavli Institute for Cosmology involved in creating NIRSpec instrument for NASA's incredible $8.8billion telescope


How University of Cambridge astronomers looked back 12.9 billion years - and detected motion in newborn galaxies

How University of Cambridge astronomers looked back 12.9 billion years - and detected motion in newborn galaxies

How University of Cambridge astronomers looked back 12.9 billion years - and detected motion in newborn galaxies

24 January 2018

Dr Renske Smit of the Kavli Institute of Cosmology explains how they used ALMA, the world's most expensive land-based telescope


British Antarctic Survey team from Cambridge to study health of whales that were hunted to the brink

British Antarctic Survey team from Cambridge to study health of whales that were hunted to the brink

British Antarctic Survey team from Cambridge to study health of whales that were hunted to the brink

19 January 2018

First scientific survey since whaling ceased in the 1970s


BioStrata is putting the strategy into life science communications

BioStrata is putting the strategy into life science communications

BioStrata is putting the strategy into life science communications

17 January 2018

Paul Avery and Clare Russell explain why success in the sector is not only about R&D


Cambridge University’s Sir Bruce Ponder on cancer risk and our genetic hand of cards

Cambridge University’s Sir Bruce Ponder on cancer risk and our genetic hand of cards

Cambridge University’s Sir Bruce Ponder on cancer risk and our genetic hand of cards

16 January 2018

The founding director of Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute has spent decades exploring our inherited susceptibility


Cambridge Medical Robotics to move to Evolution Business Park as it plots further growth

Cambridge Medical Robotics to move to Evolution Business Park as it plots further growth

Cambridge Medical Robotics to move to Evolution Business Park as it plots further growth

11 January 2018

Company developing Versius surgical robot is building new HQ between Milton and Impington


Could next class of antibiotics be powered by Bicycles?

Could next class of antibiotics be powered by Bicycles?

Could next class of antibiotics be powered by Bicycles?

10 January 2018

Babraham Research Campus-based Bicycle Therapeutics awarded Innovate UK grant


Magnetic attraction of AstraZeneca to MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Magnetic attraction of AstraZeneca to MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

Magnetic attraction of AstraZeneca to MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

08 January 2018

AZ has moved some of its equipment into world-renowned lab while its new global R&D centre is built nearby


Cambridge scientists discover why drinking alcohol increases your risk of cancer

Cambridge scientists discover why drinking alcohol increases your risk of cancer

Cambridge scientists discover why drinking alcohol increases your risk of cancer

04 January 2018

Researchers at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology show it causes permanent DNA damage


Genomes of these 25 species will be sequenced to mark 25th anniversary of Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Genomes of these 25 species will be sequenced to mark 25th anniversary of Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Genomes of these 25 species will be sequenced to mark 25th anniversary of Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

28 December 2017

Red squirrel, golden eagle and fen raft spider among those selected


Union leader Mark Serwotka contracted virus while walking dog - and needed pioneering non-beating heart transplant at Papworth Hospital

Union leader Mark Serwotka contracted virus while walking dog - and needed pioneering non-beating heart transplant at Papworth Hospital

Union leader Mark Serwotka contracted virus while walking dog - and needed pioneering non-beating heart transplant at Papworth Hospital

26 December 2017

The technique could help save many more lives


Malaria kills a child every two minutes - and now mosquitoes are becoming resistant to insecticide

Malaria kills a child every two minutes - and now mosquitoes are becoming resistant to insecticide

Malaria kills a child every two minutes - and now mosquitoes are becoming resistant to insecticide

26 December 2017

Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in Hinxton sequences mosquito DNA to help tackle global scourge


‘His upbeat attitude and enthusiasm were infectious – Dr Lee Grismer on Dr Tony Whitten

‘His upbeat attitude and enthusiasm were infectious – Dr Lee Grismer on Dr Tony Whitten

‘His upbeat attitude and enthusiasm were infectious – Dr Lee Grismer on Dr Tony Whitten

24 December 2017

Colleague writes of ‘inspiration’ of renowned Cambridge-based conservationist Dr Tony Whitten


Tony Whitten: Tributes to a Cambridge conservationist with an indelible joy for life

Tony Whitten: Tributes to a Cambridge conservationist with an indelible joy for life

Tony Whitten: Tributes to a Cambridge conservationist with an indelible joy for life

24 December 2017

The family of the great wildlife biologist and ecologist outline his life and work.


Stephen Hawking hails one billionth tropical disease treatment

Stephen Hawking hails one billionth tropical disease treatment

Stephen Hawking hails one billionth tropical disease treatment

18 December 2017

His father was one of the earliest researchers to development treatments in the field.


Cambridge-based Camallergy raised £815,000 from investors to progress its game-changing drug

Cambridge-based Camallergy raised £815,000 from investors to progress its game-changing drug

Cambridge-based Camallergy raised £815,000 from investors to progress its game-changing drug

16 December 2017

The first licensed treatment for peanut allergy has moved a step closer.


Papworth Hospital pioneers non-beating heart transplants that could save many more lives

Papworth Hospital pioneers non-beating heart transplants that could save many more lives

Papworth Hospital pioneers non-beating heart transplants that could save many more lives

16 December 2017

Surgeon Pedro Catarino explains how a new technique could help meet demand for more organs


How F-star is supercharging the immune system in fight against cancer

How F-star is supercharging the immune system in fight against cancer

How F-star is supercharging the immune system in fight against cancer

07 December 2017

An exclusive interview with CEO John Haurum about F-star's extraordinary work on Babraham Research Campus


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