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The Times Higher Education Awards are known as the Oscars of the UK university sector
Trio from University of Cambridge start-up CAUSE initiate emergency alert service.
Injecting stem cells proved safe and appeared to protect brain from further damage.
The journalist and television personality has a new series on jokes for BBC Radio 4, which is set to air in January.
The plan has been put together after the closure of Great Gidding Primary School earlier this year.
North Cambridge Academy is in ‘desperate need’ of purpose built SEND facilities.
It was an action-packed week of events.
Young people in Cambridgeshire are receiving their GCSE results
Pupils at The Leys have achieved “terrific” GCSE results
Staff and students are celebrating exceptional GCSE results
It comes after year-long conservation project on Cambridge’s most iconic building.
He answered questions from Union members.
They grew small blood vessel-like models in a lab from stem cells.
The awards will be held on May 18 at ARU’s Faculty of Science and Engineering in Cambridge.
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The college was graded ‘good’ in all eight areas assessed.
Thousands of National Education Union (NEU) members are expected to join a rally and march in Cambridge.
Alexanda Buxton tells his inspirational story.
To date, 307 have been supported through English as a Second or Other Language (ESOL) courses in the region.