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Saliva-based lateral flow test for Covid-19 virus developed by Intelligent Fingerprinting

Saliva-based lateral flow test for Covid-19 virus developed by Intelligent Fingerprinting

Saliva-based lateral flow test for Covid-19 virus developed by Intelligent Fingerprinting

The highly sensitive test is an alternative to nose and throat swabs.


Award for Cambridge researchers who showed plasma viscosity can predict progression of Covid-19

Award for Cambridge researchers who showed plasma viscosity can predict progression of Covid-19

Award for Cambridge researchers who showed plasma viscosity can predict progression of Covid-19

Daniel Gleghorn and colleagues at Cambridge University Hospitals won the award from Benson Viscometers.


Cambridge scientists among those urging public to wear face masks beyond July 19

Cambridge scientists among those urging public to wear face masks beyond July 19

Cambridge scientists among those urging public to wear face masks beyond July 19

Prof Ravi Gupta says people should wear them in enclosed public spaces.


New exhibition room opens at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge

New exhibition room opens at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge

New exhibition room opens at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge

The first exhibition looks at the development of sample holders for electron cryomicroscopy.


Watch British Antarctic Survey staff parade England flag around research station in Antarctica ahead of UEFA Euro 2020 final

Watch British Antarctic Survey staff parade England flag around research station in Antarctica ahead of UEFA Euro 2020 final

Watch British Antarctic Survey staff parade England flag around research station in Antarctica ahead of UEFA Euro 2020 final

We hope it’s coming home before we do, they say


Apollo Therapeutics’ $145m financing follows collaboration at University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and UCL

Apollo Therapeutics’ $145m financing follows collaboration at University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and UCL

Apollo Therapeutics’ $145m financing follows collaboration at University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and UCL

The company was created to speed up the development of therapeutics.


Prof Wolf Reik steps down as director of Babraham Institute

Prof Wolf Reik steps down as director of Babraham Institute

Prof Wolf Reik steps down as director of Babraham Institute

Dr Simon Cook is appointed interim director.


Cambridge Innovation Summit has taken environmental good practice to heart

Cambridge Innovation Summit has taken environmental good practice to heart

Cambridge Innovation Summit has taken environmental good practice to heart

Two-day virtual event is a showcase for global delegates


Mutation in Covid-19 virus made variants better at escaping immunity and more infectious, finds Cambridge research

Mutation in Covid-19 virus made variants better at escaping immunity and more infectious, finds Cambridge research

Mutation in Covid-19 virus made variants better at escaping immunity and more infectious, finds Cambridge research

Prof Ravi Gupta says H69/V70 deletion enables virus to have its cake and eat it.


University of Cambridge researchers identify 200 drugs with potential to fight Covid-19

University of Cambridge researchers identify 200 drugs with potential to fight Covid-19

University of Cambridge researchers identify 200 drugs with potential to fight Covid-19

They used computational biology and machine learning - and lab tests show promise.


CW’s 5G testbed has transformative effect for trio of companies

CW’s 5G testbed has transformative effect for trio of companies

CW’s 5G testbed has transformative effect for trio of companies

Cambridge Wireless three-month initiative at Bio Innovation Centre boosted speeds and reduced latency


Genmed to manage genomics laboratory service for Cambridge University Hospitals

Genmed to manage genomics laboratory service for Cambridge University Hospitals

Genmed to manage genomics laboratory service for Cambridge University Hospitals

It has signed a four-year deal.


Cosmic dawn: First stars formed 250-350 million years after beginning of the universe, researchers discover

Cosmic dawn: First stars formed 250-350 million years after beginning of the universe, researchers discover

Cosmic dawn: First stars formed 250-350 million years after beginning of the universe, researchers discover

The forthcoming James Webb Space Telescope will be sensitive enough to detect earliest galaxies.

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Common sweeteners ‘can cause gut bacteria to invade intestines’, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Common sweeteners ‘can cause gut bacteria to invade intestines’, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Common sweeteners ‘can cause gut bacteria to invade intestines’, Anglia Ruskin University research finds

Research shows the pathogenic effects of saccharin, sucralose and aspartame.


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