The donation after circulatory death (DCD) technique has not been used in children before.
The data is the first to examine the impact of first doses.
A study shows it can be as important as the material a masks is made of.
Strange sponge-like creatures were found living in darkness, far from open water, in a world-first.
A series of fascinating events can be viewed online by anyone anywhere in the world during the inaugural Cambridge Festival (March 26 – April 4).
It represents the second success for the Oxford University-led RECOVERY trial.
NHS doctor and her daughter assess benefits of new facial coverings which are now in sale
Primary benefits of STEM subjects for local pupils
It offers ‘minimal’ protection against mild-moderate infection - but there is hope that it could offer life-saving protection against it.
Females cannot detect quality songs amid the man-made sounds.
They aim to listen to ET’s techno-signatures.
Mutations first seen in the South African variant require more antibodies to neutralise - underscoring role of second dose.
Cambridge doctor and author Michelle Tempest argues in her new book that we shouldn’t be scared of artificial intelligence.
Clues to ‘long Covid’ are also revealed by University of Cambridge and Addenbrooke’s Hospital study.
We asked Prof Adrian Liston, of the Babraham Institute, some of the key questions about coronavirus vaccinations.
Chronic pancreatitis is first target for global partnership