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Relocating croplands would ‘slash CO2 emissions, eliminate irrigation and save species from extinction’

Relocating croplands would ‘slash CO2 emissions, eliminate irrigation and save species from extinction’

Relocating croplands would ‘slash CO2 emissions, eliminate irrigation and save species from extinction’

18 March 2022

See how University of Cambridge scientists have reimagined the global agricultural map.

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Cambridge researchers win prestigious prizes at Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference 2022

Cambridge researchers win prestigious prizes at Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference 2022

Cambridge researchers win prestigious prizes at Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference 2022

17 March 2022

Dr András Lakatos earned £25,000 prize for Early Career Investigator of the Year.

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Sanger Institute helps unravel mystery of why type of childhood leukaemia is much harder to treat in those under age of one

Sanger Institute helps unravel mystery of why type of childhood leukaemia is much harder to treat in those under age of one

Sanger Institute helps unravel mystery of why type of childhood leukaemia is much harder to treat in those under age of one

17 March 2022

They worked with Great Ormond Street and Newcastle University to uncover potential new targets for treatments.


Dementia patients’ struggle to adapt to changes explained

Dementia patients’ struggle to adapt to changes explained

Dementia patients’ struggle to adapt to changes explained

11 March 2022

University of Cambridge scientists found damage to highly-evolved areas of the brain.


Cambridge researchers collect their 2022 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK

Cambridge researchers collect their 2022 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK

Cambridge researchers collect their 2022 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the UK

10 March 2022

The three scientists are among nine honoured this year.

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Microbiotica raises £50m for microbiome-based discovery pipeline

Microbiotica raises £50m for microbiome-based discovery pipeline

Microbiotica raises £50m for microbiome-based discovery pipeline

10 March 2022

Cambridge company on track to be global leader in new branch of precision medicine


Salmon farming industry must stop using wild-caught fish as feed, say Cambridge scientists

Salmon farming industry must stop using wild-caught fish as feed, say Cambridge scientists

Salmon farming industry must stop using wild-caught fish as feed, say Cambridge scientists

10 March 2022

Millions of tonnes of fish could be left in the sea - and there would be more for human consumption too.


University of Cambridge spin-out DIOSynVax to receive $42m to develop universal coronavirus vaccine

University of Cambridge spin-out DIOSynVax to receive $42m to develop universal coronavirus vaccine

University of Cambridge spin-out DIOSynVax to receive $42m to develop universal coronavirus vaccine

08 March 2022

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announce the funding at the Global Pandemic Preparedness Summit.


Fun for all the family at the Cambridge Festival

Fun for all the family at the Cambridge Festival

Fun for all the family at the Cambridge Festival

05 March 2022

The full programme launched last Monday (February 28) and bookings are now open.


CO2 converted into clean, sustainable fuel by University of Cambridge researchers

CO2 converted into clean, sustainable fuel by University of Cambridge researchers

CO2 converted into clean, sustainable fuel by University of Cambridge researchers

04 March 2022

They have improved fuel production efficiency by 18 times in a laboratory setting.

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Stem cell discovery at Babraham Institute creates opportunity to study our genomic wake-up call

Stem cell discovery at Babraham Institute creates opportunity to study our genomic wake-up call

Stem cell discovery at Babraham Institute creates opportunity to study our genomic wake-up call

04 March 2022

The discovery could help us explore the earliest events in our development.


National Grid trials Levidian’s use of hydrogen in gas pipes

National Grid trials Levidian’s use of hydrogen in gas pipes

National Grid trials Levidian’s use of hydrogen in gas pipes

03 March 2022

Graphene used as lining to prevent leakages as Cambridge company secures first-ever test

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#21toWatch Top21 list of innovative people, companies and ‘things’ in the Eastern region revealed for 2022

#21toWatch Top21 list of innovative people, companies and ‘things’ in the Eastern region revealed for 2022

#21toWatch Top21 list of innovative people, companies and ‘things’ in the Eastern region revealed for 2022

03 March 2022

A showcase of great talent in the Cambridge region and beyond was revealed at the Cambridge Union ceremony.


Private testing lab network must be maintained as Covid-19 tests reduce, says Cambridge Clinical Laboratories CEO

Private testing lab network must be maintained as Covid-19 tests reduce, says Cambridge Clinical Laboratories CEO

Private testing lab network must be maintained as Covid-19 tests reduce, says Cambridge Clinical Laboratories CEO

03 March 2022

Dr Tony Cooke has become chair of the scientific advisory board for The Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation.


Action Plan brings relief to millions for Rare Disease Day 2022

Action Plan brings relief to millions for Rare Disease Day 2022

Action Plan brings relief to millions for Rare Disease Day 2022

28 February 2022

Cambridge case study celebrates tenacity and compassion of rare disease families and sufferers


Sawston Business Park becomes world-class facility producing NW Bio cancer vaccine

Sawston Business Park becomes world-class facility producing NW Bio cancer vaccine

Sawston Business Park becomes world-class facility producing NW Bio cancer vaccine

25 February 2022

US biotech will produce enough treatments for 450-500 patients a year from site


‘Unprecedented’ melt rate at Greenland Ice Sheet found by Cambridge scientists could change sea level rise projections

‘Unprecedented’ melt rate at Greenland Ice Sheet found by Cambridge scientists could change sea level rise projections

‘Unprecedented’ melt rate at Greenland Ice Sheet found by Cambridge scientists could change sea level rise projections

25 February 2022

Effect that is more powerful than the world’s top 10 hydroelectric power stations combined.


Tuberculosis research pioneer Lalita Ramakrishnan joins MRC LMB’s Cell Biology division

Tuberculosis research pioneer Lalita Ramakrishnan joins MRC LMB’s Cell Biology division

Tuberculosis research pioneer Lalita Ramakrishnan joins MRC LMB’s Cell Biology division

25 February 2022

She has shown the genetic basis of susceptibility to TB.


The self-healing 3D printed sensors made from jelly and salt that could be used for artificial hands

The self-healing 3D printed sensors made from jelly and salt that could be used for artificial hands

The self-healing 3D printed sensors made from jelly and salt that could be used for artificial hands

24 February 2022

They are biodegradable and sense strain, temperature and humidity.


University of Cambridge leads £10m project on eco-friendly Fens farming and protection of Cairngorms and Lake District

University of Cambridge leads £10m project on eco-friendly Fens farming and protection of Cairngorms and Lake District

University of Cambridge leads £10m project on eco-friendly Fens farming and protection of Cairngorms and Lake District

24 February 2022

Whole-system approaches to tackle threats posed by climate change will be explored.


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