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Cambridge University neuroscientist Joe Herbert on testosterone, sex, power and the will to win

Cambridge University neuroscientist Joe Herbert on testosterone, sex, power and the will to win

Cambridge University neuroscientist Joe Herbert on testosterone, sex, power and the will to win

26 September 2017

It's the molecule that made history and the subject of Professor Herbert's new book


Winners of the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards revealed

21 September 2017

A ceremony at Newmarket Racecourse attracted some of the brightest entrepreneurs in the region.


Stage set to announce winners of Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Stage set to announce winners of Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Stage set to announce winners of Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

20 September 2017

Ceremony takes place on first anniversary of the newspaper


Forget batteries, Cambridge start-up 8Power is harvesting energy from vibrations

Forget batteries, Cambridge start-up 8Power is harvesting energy from vibrations

Forget batteries, Cambridge start-up 8Power is harvesting energy from vibrations

09 September 2017

As the Internet of Things takes off, 8Power is driving the sensor revolution.


We want to inject more soul into the Science Park', says inaugural director

We want to inject more soul into the Science Park', says inaugural director

We want to inject more soul into the Science Park', says inaugural director

03 September 2017

The Science Park's first director, Jeanette Walker, talks about the site's extensive redevelopment plans, which include a new hotel.


Repositive: 'Our core platform is like an Airbnb for genomics'

Repositive: 'Our core platform is like an Airbnb for genomics'

Repositive: 'Our core platform is like an Airbnb for genomics'

30 August 2017

Continuing our focus on finalists in the Cambridge Independent's Entrepreneurial Science & Technology Awards with Manuel Corpas (pictured right), scientific lead of biotech finalist Repositive.


Cambridge researchers uncover how leprosy hijacks immune system

Cambridge researchers uncover how leprosy hijacks immune system

Cambridge researchers uncover how leprosy hijacks immune system

26 August 2017

Scientists at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology help to show how bacteria causes nerve damage.


Is global challenge of antibiotic resistance about to be solved on Bourn High Street?

Is global challenge of antibiotic resistance about to be solved on Bourn High Street?

Is global challenge of antibiotic resistance about to be solved on Bourn High Street?

22 August 2017

It is already killing an estimated 700,000 annually - and it's predicted to get worse. But Dr Heather Fairhead of Phico Therapeutics may have uncovered a solution.


Dr Rahul Roychoudhuri at the Babraham Institute discusses awakening the immune system to defeat cancer

Dr Rahul Roychoudhuri at the Babraham Institute discusses awakening the immune system to defeat cancer

Dr Rahul Roychoudhuri at the Babraham Institute discusses awakening the immune system to defeat cancer

20 August 2017

Like an army on guard, our immune system is fighting off new threats to us daily. So how is cancer able to develop? And how can we use the body's own defences to defeat it?


Forget hybrids and car charging points - the future is EIVs, says Peter Harrop of IDTechEx

Forget hybrids and car charging points - the future is EIVs, says Peter Harrop of IDTechEx

Forget hybrids and car charging points - the future is EIVs, says Peter Harrop of IDTechEx

01 August 2017

We need to focus on energy independent vehicles - and get our heads around solar panel roads.


Leading plant scientist Prof Sir David Baulcombe on feeding the world and the new £30million Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

Leading plant scientist Prof Sir David Baulcombe on feeding the world and the new £30million Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

Leading plant scientist Prof Sir David Baulcombe on feeding the world and the new £30million Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

26 July 2017

Today, 925 million people across the world are undernourished.


How RSPB conservation scientists are battling to protect our wading birds before it's too late

How RSPB conservation scientists are battling to protect our wading birds before it's too late

How RSPB conservation scientists are battling to protect our wading birds before it's too late

18 July 2017

The UK's wading birds are in deep water.


Medtech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Medtech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Medtech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

14 July 2017

Four exciting companies have been shortlisted in this category.


Fintech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Fintech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Fintech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

12 July 2017

Three companies have beeen selected by the judging panel in this category.


Cleantech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Cleantech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Cleantech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

12 July 2017

Seven brilliant businesses have been shortlisted in this category.


How Cambridge scientists are exploring the incredible transport system inside our cells

How Cambridge scientists are exploring the incredible transport system inside our cells

How Cambridge scientists are exploring the incredible transport system inside our cells

12 July 2017

Tiny machines are at work inside us, carrying important cargo, as Simon Bullock of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology explains


Biotech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Biotech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Biotech finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

11 July 2017

Brilliant biotech start-ups will compete for the prize.


Artificial intelligence category finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Artificial intelligence category finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

Artificial intelligence category finalists in our Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

11 July 2017

Meet the businesses shortlisted in the AI section of the Cambridge Independent awards


Cambridge researcher Dr Matt Davey on how algae could be used for energy, healthcare and monitoring penguins from space

Cambridge researcher Dr Matt Davey on how algae could be used for energy, healthcare and monitoring penguins from space

Cambridge researcher Dr Matt Davey on how algae could be used for energy, healthcare and monitoring penguins from space

05 July 2017

If you thought algae was just sludge, think again as we venture inside The Algal Innovation Centre at Cambridge Univerity's Botanic Garden.


Cambridge University's Professor Graham Burton explains the rise of the organoids in studying early pregnancy

Cambridge University's Professor Graham Burton explains the rise of the organoids in studying early pregnancy

Cambridge University's Professor Graham Burton explains the rise of the organoids in studying early pregnancy

20 June 2017

Miniature functional models of the lining of the womb are helping researchers at the Centre for Trophoblast Research make new discoveries.


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