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MathWorks: Giving scientists and engineers the software they need

MathWorks: Giving scientists and engineers the software they need

MathWorks: Giving scientists and engineers the software they need

The company is sponsoring STEM Initiative of the Year in the 2019 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards


Cancer-capable cells given ‘advantage’ by low doses of radiation, Sanger Institute study shows

Cancer-capable cells given ‘advantage’ by low doses of radiation, Sanger Institute study shows

Cancer-capable cells given ‘advantage’ by low doses of radiation, Sanger Institute study shows

Equivalent of three CT scans helps them outcompete healthy cells in a ‘Game of Clones’, the scientists find


eLife unveils demo of open-source research journal publishing system

eLife unveils demo of open-source research journal publishing system

eLife unveils demo of open-source research journal publishing system

Non-profit organisation aims to provide free end-to-end solution for scholarly publishing


MRC LMB's Michel Goedert receives Royal Society's 2019 Royal Medal for his neurodegenerative disease work

MRC LMB's Michel Goedert receives Royal Society's 2019 Royal Medal for his neurodegenerative disease work

MRC LMB's Michel Goedert receives Royal Society's 2019 Royal Medal for his neurodegenerative disease work

He is the 11th person at the LMB to receive the honour


University of Cambridge's Dame Ann Dowling receives Royal Medal for work on reducing aircraft noise

University of Cambridge's Dame Ann Dowling receives Royal Medal for work on reducing aircraft noise

University of Cambridge's Dame Ann Dowling receives Royal Medal for work on reducing aircraft noise

She is among a handful of Cambridge academics honoured by the Royal Society


Drug-resistant malaria spreads in South-East Asia from Cambodia, Sanger Institute finds

Drug-resistant malaria spreads in South-East Asia from Cambodia, Sanger Institute finds

Drug-resistant malaria spreads in South-East Asia from Cambodia, Sanger Institute finds

The strain has spread to Vietnam, Laos and north-eastern Thailand


Apollo 11 mission 50 years on: The Cambridge scientist who helped put man on the moon

Apollo 11 mission 50 years on: The Cambridge scientist who helped put man on the moon

Apollo 11 mission 50 years on: The Cambridge scientist who helped put man on the moon

Tom Bacon played a critical role in developing the fuel cell used by NASA


Dr Michelle Linterman at Babraham Institute wins £250,000 Lister Prize for work on flu infection

Dr Michelle Linterman at Babraham Institute wins £250,000 Lister Prize for work on flu infection

Dr Michelle Linterman at Babraham Institute wins £250,000 Lister Prize for work on flu infection

Immunologist discovered how body remodels its lung tissue to support the immune system response


Studying our ageing immune system with help of Cambridge BioResource

Studying our ageing immune system with help of Cambridge BioResource

Studying our ageing immune system with help of Cambridge BioResource

Dr Michelle Linterman at the Babraham Institute is exploring the body’s response to the flu vaccination


How medical research is aided by 140,000 volunteers in the NIHR BioResource

How medical research is aided by 140,000 volunteers in the NIHR BioResource

How medical research is aided by 140,000 volunteers in the NIHR BioResource

It started in Cambridge and is now key to many scientific studies


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