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Shocking tale of gene-edited twins discussed at RAREfest

Shocking tale of gene-edited twins discussed at RAREfest

Shocking tale of gene-edited twins discussed at RAREfest

The Nigel Vindis Enterprise Award initiated by motor group


Hospital trust to pay for visas for EU staff

Hospital trust to pay for visas for EU staff

Hospital trust to pay for visas for EU staff

A hospital trust will pay for new visas for staff in a bid to keep them in Cambridge after Brexit.


Cambridgeshire charity launches £40k appeal so they can keep flying sick children for treatment

Cambridgeshire charity launches £40k appeal so they can keep flying sick children for treatment

Cambridgeshire charity launches £40k appeal so they can keep flying sick children for treatment

Cambridgeshire charity wants to continue to fly children and families for treatment but needs more funds


Could our own fat be used to help us fight obesity?

Could our own fat be used to help us fight obesity?

Could our own fat be used to help us fight obesity?

Breakthrough from scientists at the Wellcome Trust-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science


How barcoding technology could help Cambridge scientists fight pancreatic cancer

How barcoding technology could help Cambridge scientists fight pancreatic cancer

How barcoding technology could help Cambridge scientists fight pancreatic cancer

Two scientists at Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute have won a £200,000 award to develop their technology to study the tumour microenvironment.


The Duchess of Cornwall visits Addenbrooke's Hospital

The Duchess of Cornwall visits Addenbrooke's Hospital

The Duchess of Cornwall visits Addenbrooke's Hospital

Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visited Addenbrooke's Hospital on Tuesday (November 27) to see the world-leading type 1 diabetes technology being developed there by Professor Roman Hovorka of the University of Cambridge.


It's time to change the way we provide health and social care

It's time to change the way we provide health and social care

It's time to change the way we provide health and social care

Opinion: In his own words, Mike More, chair of the partnership that manages health and social care services across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, calls for a completely new approach to the challenge of keeping up with the area's rapid growth.


Cambridge blood donors urged to make and keep appointments before Christmas

Cambridge blood donors urged to make and keep appointments before Christmas

Cambridge blood donors urged to make and keep appointments before Christmas

NHS Blood and Transplant warns it needs to build up blood stocks ahead of the critical festive period.


Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute developing liquid biopsies for detecting brain tumours

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute developing liquid biopsies for detecting brain tumours

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute developing liquid biopsies for detecting brain tumours

Method could improve detection rates and enable more personalised treatments


From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

Dr Waheed Arian had to hide in a cellar as a child to evade the bombing. He's now a medic and a UNESCO Global Hero


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