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Development of head-to-tail axis in early human embryos explored by Cambridge scientists

Development of head-to-tail axis in early human embryos explored by Cambridge scientists

Development of head-to-tail axis in early human embryos explored by Cambridge scientists

24 June 2021

It provides unique insight into a mysterious phase when many pregnancies fail.


Cambridge scientists show targeting cellular response to Covid-19 is effective in the lab

Cambridge scientists show targeting cellular response to Covid-19 is effective in the lab

Cambridge scientists show targeting cellular response to Covid-19 is effective in the lab

23 June 2021

The new approach - if proved safe for humans - could significantly reduce symptoms and recovery times.

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The other eclipse: Cambridge astronomers probe mystery of giant ‘blinking’ star 25,000 light years away

The other eclipse: Cambridge astronomers probe mystery of giant ‘blinking’ star 25,000 light years away

The other eclipse: Cambridge astronomers probe mystery of giant ‘blinking’ star 25,000 light years away

18 June 2021

An unseen orbital companion appears to have eclipsed a star 100 times larger than the Sun.

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Two scientists from Cambridge win Royal Society of Chemistry prizes

Two scientists from Cambridge win Royal Society of Chemistry prizes

Two scientists from Cambridge win Royal Society of Chemistry prizes

18 June 2021

Dr Sarah Skerratt and Professor Geoffrey Maitland were rewarded.

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Long Covid patient in Cambridge tells how simple treatment took her from being almost paralysed to riding a bike in days

Long Covid patient in Cambridge tells how simple treatment took her from being almost paralysed to riding a bike in days

Long Covid patient in Cambridge tells how simple treatment took her from being almost paralysed to riding a bike in days

17 June 2021

Adelina Chalmers thought she was dying - and then examined her blood test results.

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Cambridge scientists help create new risk calculator for heart and circulatory disease that could save lives across Europe

Cambridge scientists help create new risk calculator for heart and circulatory disease that could save lives across Europe

Cambridge scientists help create new risk calculator for heart and circulatory disease that could save lives across Europe

17 June 2021

It is due to be adopted as the new gold standard.


Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021: Leading Cambridge conservation scientist Prof William Sutherland made CBE

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021: Leading Cambridge conservation scientist Prof William Sutherland made CBE

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2021: Leading Cambridge conservation scientist Prof William Sutherland made CBE

11 June 2021

He uses evidence-based techniques to inform conservation work.


Cells with synthetic genomes reprogrammed at MRC LMB - and could create new drugs or biodegradable plastics

Cells with synthetic genomes reprogrammed at MRC LMB - and could create new drugs or biodegradable plastics

Cells with synthetic genomes reprogrammed at MRC LMB - and could create new drugs or biodegradable plastics

11 June 2021

It is a potentially revolutionary step forward in molecular biology.


Transine Therapeutics’ £9.1m will drive forward RNA therapeutics

Transine Therapeutics’ £9.1m will drive forward RNA therapeutics

Transine Therapeutics’ £9.1m will drive forward RNA therapeutics

11 June 2021

Seed round for Babraham-based company puts key cellular regulators into treatment spotlight


The partial solar eclipse in pictures and video - plus dates of the next solar eclipses visible in UK

The partial solar eclipse in pictures and video - plus dates of the next solar eclipses visible in UK

The partial solar eclipse in pictures and video - plus dates of the next solar eclipses visible in UK

10 June 2021

Another amazing solar eclipse - this time with up to 98 per cent coverage - is coming.


Graphene offers tenfold improvement on current hard disk drives, say Cambridge researchers

Graphene offers tenfold improvement on current hard disk drives, say Cambridge researchers

Graphene offers tenfold improvement on current hard disk drives, say Cambridge researchers

10 June 2021

It also reduces corrosion and improves wear, they say.

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ARU consumer psychologist will seek household solution to £14bn food waste issue with WRAP funding

ARU consumer psychologist will seek household solution to £14bn food waste issue with WRAP funding

ARU consumer psychologist will seek household solution to £14bn food waste issue with WRAP funding

09 June 2021

Dr Cathrine Jansson-Boyd will recruit 200 households for a trial.

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How and when to watch the partial solar eclipse safely this June - with help from Cambridge Astronomical Association

How and when to watch the partial solar eclipse safely this June - with help from Cambridge Astronomical Association

How and when to watch the partial solar eclipse safely this June - with help from Cambridge Astronomical Association

06 June 2021

Never look directly at the Sun - it will cause permanent damage to your eyes.


Mutation in single gene could cause some people to be 2.5 stone heavier by age 18, Cambridge and Bristol researchers find

Mutation in single gene could cause some people to be 2.5 stone heavier by age 18, Cambridge and Bristol researchers find

Mutation in single gene could cause some people to be 2.5 stone heavier by age 18, Cambridge and Bristol researchers find

04 June 2021

The defective gene scrambles the signal sent to our appetite centres, they found.


Secondary leukaemia risk for children treated for neuroblastoma studied by Cambridge scientists

Secondary leukaemia risk for children treated for neuroblastoma studied by Cambridge scientists

Secondary leukaemia risk for children treated for neuroblastoma studied by Cambridge scientists

03 June 2021

Their findings could help inform treatment plans.


Switching off MARK4 protein could help patients with heart failure, say University of Cambridge researchers

Switching off MARK4 protein could help patients with heart failure, say University of Cambridge researchers

Switching off MARK4 protein could help patients with heart failure, say University of Cambridge researchers

03 June 2021

Discovery offers promise of a new drug target after years of research.


Climate change not responsible for world’s largest iceberg, says British Antarctic Survey

Climate change not responsible for world’s largest iceberg, says British Antarctic Survey

Climate change not responsible for world’s largest iceberg, says British Antarctic Survey

28 May 2021

An iceberg larger than Majorca has calved from the Ronne Ice Shelf in Antarctica.


Ice shelf that could be next to collapse ‘has been stable for 10,000 years’ say Cambridge scientists

Ice shelf that could be next to collapse ‘has been stable for 10,000 years’ say Cambridge scientists

Ice shelf that could be next to collapse ‘has been stable for 10,000 years’ say Cambridge scientists

28 May 2021

British Antarcic Survey researchers have reconstructed the history of the Larsen ice shelf.


Cambridge scientists uncover new insights into fetal development in humans

Cambridge scientists uncover new insights into fetal development in humans

Cambridge scientists uncover new insights into fetal development in humans

28 May 2021

They retraced how and when mutations are acquired during pregnancy.


Dreamt up over a pint at the Panton Arms: Cambridge chemists tell astonishing story of DNA sequencing after 1m euro prize

Dreamt up over a pint at the Panton Arms: Cambridge chemists tell astonishing story of DNA sequencing after 1m euro prize

Dreamt up over a pint at the Panton Arms: Cambridge chemists tell astonishing story of DNA sequencing after 1m euro prize

27 May 2021

Dr Shankar Balasubramanian and Dr David Klenerman also discuss the possibility of $100 genome sequencing.


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