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14 innovative women in Cambridge leading the way in healthcare

14 innovative women in Cambridge leading the way in healthcare

14 innovative women in Cambridge leading the way in healthcare

29 November 2017

BioBeat has named the 50 leading female scientists and innovators in healthcare – and 14 are from Cambridge.


Leading investors back game-changing human cell technology from University of Cambridge spin-out Elpis Biomed

Leading investors back game-changing human cell technology from University of Cambridge spin-out Elpis Biomed

Leading investors back game-changing human cell technology from University of Cambridge spin-out Elpis Biomed

27 November 2017

Jonathan Milner, Darrin Disley, Weslie Janeway and Nikolaus Starzacher support Mark Kotter's work


Pioneering lab at Bourn Hall Clinic uncovers secrets about the biology of human eggs

Pioneering lab at Bourn Hall Clinic uncovers secrets about the biology of human eggs

Pioneering lab at Bourn Hall Clinic uncovers secrets about the biology of human eggs

21 November 2017

Dr Melina Schuh is exploring why older women find it harder to fall pregnant


Billy Boyle of Owlstone Medical on the inspiration behind his mission to save 100,000 from dying of cancer

Billy Boyle of Owlstone Medical on the inspiration behind his mission to save 100,000 from dying of cancer

Billy Boyle of Owlstone Medical on the inspiration behind his mission to save 100,000 from dying of cancer

21 November 2017

After losing his wife, Cambridge entrepreneur is determined his breath test device will make a difference


AI: 'It's not just a playground'

AI: 'It's not just a playground'

AI: 'It's not just a playground'

16 November 2017

Is Prof Stephen Hawking right to say AI is a danger to humanity? Dr Stella Pachidi says machine intelligence needs closer scrutiny


Internationally-renowned scientist Professor Greg Hannon announced as next director of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

Internationally-renowned scientist Professor Greg Hannon announced as next director of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

Internationally-renowned scientist Professor Greg Hannon announced as next director of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

16 November 2017

Prof Hannon is an expert in cancer biology and genes and will follow Prof Simon Tavaré


Have you been rubbing microplastics on your face - or brushing your children's teeth in them?

Have you been rubbing microplastics on your face - or brushing your children's teeth in them?

Have you been rubbing microplastics on your face - or brushing your children's teeth in them?

14 November 2017

How Fauna & Flora International in Cambridge has helped bring about ban on microplastic menace that pollutes our oceans.


Try this interactive map showing which parts of Cambridgeshire would be under water as climate change kicks in

Try this interactive map showing which parts of Cambridgeshire would be under water as climate change kicks in

Try this interactive map showing which parts of Cambridgeshire would be under water as climate change kicks in

10 November 2017

Climatologist Professor John Turner of British Antarctic Survey explains what new climate change data tells us


Sheep can recognise Barack Obama's face, University of Cambridge researchers prove

Sheep can recognise Barack Obama's face, University of Cambridge researchers prove

Sheep can recognise Barack Obama's face, University of Cambridge researchers prove

08 November 2017

They also picked out Fiona Bruce, Emma Watson and Jake Gyllenhaal - and did a 'double take' when they saw their own handler.


Microplastics in our oceans: How Fauna & Flora International in Cambridge is battling the tide of pollution

Microplastics in our oceans: How Fauna & Flora International in Cambridge is battling the tide of pollution

Microplastics in our oceans: How Fauna & Flora International in Cambridge is battling the tide of pollution

06 November 2017

With the BBC's Blue Planet II on our screens, the majesty of our oceans has never been more apparent. Nor has the threat posed to marine life by our use of plastics.


Sanger Institute scientist helps unveil blueprint for extraordinary Human Cell Atlas

Sanger Institute scientist helps unveil blueprint for extraordinary Human Cell Atlas

Sanger Institute scientist helps unveil blueprint for extraordinary Human Cell Atlas

02 November 2017

A collection of maps of the human body will act as an open resource to aid medical research and help diagnose disease.


The Cambridge conservationist with 11 species named after him

The Cambridge conservationist with 11 species named after him

The Cambridge conservationist with 11 species named after him

30 October 2017

Karst landscapes in Myanmar yield new gecko named after Dr Tony Whitten


Secrets of tumour-suppressing gene unravelled by scientists at Babraham Institute and AstraZeneca

Secrets of tumour-suppressing gene unravelled by scientists at Babraham Institute and AstraZeneca

Secrets of tumour-suppressing gene unravelled by scientists at Babraham Institute and AstraZeneca

26 October 2017

Collaboration could help identify potential therapeutic targets for prostate and breast cancers.


Genetic alchemy: How Yichen Shi at Axol Bioscience takes blood cells and turns them into brain cells

Genetic alchemy: How Yichen Shi at Axol Bioscience takes blood cells and turns them into brain cells

Genetic alchemy: How Yichen Shi at Axol Bioscience takes blood cells and turns them into brain cells

17 October 2017

Using Nobel Prize-winning technology, Axol Bioscience is reprogramming cells to help researchers develop drugs.


Cambridge LaunchPad lifts off to encourage more young people into STEM courses and careers

Cambridge LaunchPad lifts off to encourage more young people into STEM courses and careers

Cambridge LaunchPad lifts off to encourage more young people into STEM courses and careers

16 October 2017

The Cambridge Independent is among the companies supporting the project.


Ion Science moves to new £4.5million HQ

Ion Science moves to new £4.5million HQ

Ion Science moves to new £4.5million HQ

13 October 2017

Gas detection specialist firm growing at 30 per cent a year


British Antarctic Survey scientists use seals and robotics to unlock deep climate secrets of Southern Ocean

British Antarctic Survey scientists use seals and robotics to unlock deep climate secrets of Southern Ocean

British Antarctic Survey scientists use seals and robotics to unlock deep climate secrets of Southern Ocean

07 October 2017

Oceanographer Michael Meredith, from BAS in Cambridge, is helping to conduct the Orchestra programme.


The pioneering scan that could tell Cambridge cancer patients if treatment is working within days

The pioneering scan that could tell Cambridge cancer patients if treatment is working within days

The pioneering scan that could tell Cambridge cancer patients if treatment is working within days

05 October 2017

The Cambridge Independent is campaigning to raise £100,000 with Cancer Research UK to pay for trials at Addenbrooke'.


University of Cambridge research paves way for effective HIV vaccine

University of Cambridge research paves way for effective HIV vaccine

University of Cambridge research paves way for effective HIV vaccine

04 October 2017

With 36.7 million living with HIV across the world, there is a pressing need for a vaccine. But so far, one that offers lasting protection has eluded scientists.


Quethera sera: Gene therapy comes good in Cambridge

Quethera sera: Gene therapy comes good in Cambridge

Quethera sera: Gene therapy comes good in Cambridge

02 October 2017

Reanimating the brain's biology could stop glaucoma and even Alzheimer's, says Quethera


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