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Stephen Hawking’s archive heads for Cambridge University Library and office to be preserved by Science Museum

Stephen Hawking’s archive heads for Cambridge University Library and office to be preserved by Science Museum

Stephen Hawking’s archive heads for Cambridge University Library and office to be preserved by Science Museum

27 May 2021

Items will go on public display.


Smartphone app transforms care for Royal Papworth Hospital patients with cystic fibrosis

Smartphone app transforms care for Royal Papworth Hospital patients with cystic fibrosis

Smartphone app transforms care for Royal Papworth Hospital patients with cystic fibrosis

25 May 2021

Home monitoring has improved people’s health and reduced the number of hospital visits during the pandemic.


World-first Covid-19 vaccine booster study launches in Eastern region

World-first Covid-19 vaccine booster study launches in Eastern region

World-first Covid-19 vaccine booster study launches in Eastern region

21 May 2021

The Cov-Boost study will be run at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH).

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Unveiled: 30-year vision for Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Unveiled: 30-year vision for Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Unveiled: 30-year vision for Cambridge Biomedical Campus

21 May 2021

Homes, shops, restaurants and green space will be integrated alongside hospitals and world-leading life science work.


E. coli resistance has grown steadily since early 2000s, Wellcome Sanger Institute and University of Oslo confirm

E. coli resistance has grown steadily since early 2000s, Wellcome Sanger Institute and University of Oslo confirm

E. coli resistance has grown steadily since early 2000s, Wellcome Sanger Institute and University of Oslo confirm

20 May 2021

Their study tracked strains over 16 years.


Stunning shot captures Milky Way over Cambridge

Stunning shot captures Milky Way over Cambridge

Stunning shot captures Milky Way over Cambridge

20 May 2021

Amateur astronomer Paul Haworth explains how he took it.

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Pancreatic Cancer UK funds Future Leaders Academy at University of Cambridge to fight deadliest common cancer

Pancreatic Cancer UK funds Future Leaders Academy at University of Cambridge to fight deadliest common cancer

Pancreatic Cancer UK funds Future Leaders Academy at University of Cambridge to fight deadliest common cancer

20 May 2021

Its £625,000 investment will five PhD students.


CardiaTec’s student quintet develops AI platform for cardiovascular biomarkers

CardiaTec’s student quintet develops AI platform for cardiovascular biomarkers

CardiaTec’s student quintet develops AI platform for cardiovascular biomarkers

18 May 2021

Novel approach has won Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £2k Ideas Take Flight competition


Eagle Genomics ‘delights’ PM with expansion of India office

Eagle Genomics ‘delights’ PM with expansion of India office

Eagle Genomics ‘delights’ PM with expansion of India office

17 May 2021

Microbiome focus addresses key challenges including soil, food and health


Applications open for Babraham’s 2021/2022 accelerator

Applications open for Babraham’s 2021/2022 accelerator

Applications open for Babraham’s 2021/2022 accelerator

14 May 2021

June 30 is closing date, for a September start at research campus


Postnatal depression in men studied by Anglia Ruskin University psychologists

Postnatal depression in men studied by Anglia Ruskin University psychologists

Postnatal depression in men studied by Anglia Ruskin University psychologists

14 May 2021

Fathers are similarly likely to suffer from the condition, they say.


Meet the 12 Cambridge scientists made fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 12 Cambridge scientists made fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 12 Cambridge scientists made fellows of the Royal Society

14 May 2021

They were among 63 honoured.

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Covid-19: Global Justice Now activists protest outside AstraZeneca in Cambridge, calling for ‘People’s Vaccine’

Covid-19: Global Justice Now activists protest outside AstraZeneca in Cambridge, calling for ‘People’s Vaccine’

Covid-19: Global Justice Now activists protest outside AstraZeneca in Cambridge, calling for ‘People’s Vaccine’

11 May 2021

The protesters call for the technology to be shared, while AstraZeneca says it is committed to fair, equitable access for all.

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ME battle ‘must not be repeated with long Covid’, says chair of Cambridge support group

ME battle ‘must not be repeated with long Covid’, says chair of Cambridge support group

ME battle ‘must not be repeated with long Covid’, says chair of Cambridge support group

08 May 2021

Dr Mark Harper says CBT not an appropriate treatment for chronic fatigue or coronavirus sufferers

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Cancer was 10 times more prevalent in medieval Britain than thought, Cambridge study finds

Cancer was 10 times more prevalent in medieval Britain than thought, Cambridge study finds

Cancer was 10 times more prevalent in medieval Britain than thought, Cambridge study finds

07 May 2021

Skeletons from cemeteries in and around Cambridge were examined using X-rays and CT scans


Wellcome Sanger Institute’s sequencing breakthrough enables study of DNA mutations from any human tissue

Wellcome Sanger Institute’s sequencing breakthrough enables study of DNA mutations from any human tissue

Wellcome Sanger Institute’s sequencing breakthrough enables study of DNA mutations from any human tissue

06 May 2021

Accuracy has reached five errors per billion letters of DNA.


Cambridge team forges new lithium-ion battery production methodology

Cambridge team forges new lithium-ion battery production methodology

Cambridge team forges new lithium-ion battery production methodology

01 May 2021

Next stage is to commercialise development for electric vehicle use


Immune responses of people with asymptomatic and severe Covid-19 compared by scientists

Immune responses of people with asymptomatic and severe Covid-19 compared by scientists

Immune responses of people with asymptomatic and severe Covid-19 compared by scientists

30 April 2021

The research by the Wellcome Sanger Institute, University of Cambridge and EMBL-EBI could lead to new treatments.


‘New era for cancer therapeutics’ opens with acute myeloid leukaemia drug candidate, say Cambridge scientists

‘New era for cancer therapeutics’ opens with acute myeloid leukaemia drug candidate, say Cambridge scientists

‘New era for cancer therapeutics’ opens with acute myeloid leukaemia drug candidate, say Cambridge scientists

30 April 2021

STORM Therapeutics aims for clinical trials in 2022.


New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

30 April 2021

Spearheaded by Nobel Prize winner Prof Didier Queloz, the research will attempt to understand the origins of life.


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