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How the insect world’s strongest suction power could help University of Cambridge create bio-inspired products

How the insect world’s strongest suction power could help University of Cambridge create bio-inspired products

How the insect world’s strongest suction power could help University of Cambridge create bio-inspired products

Suction cups that don’t fall off could be in sight at last - thanks to millions of years of evolution.


Tallest tree in the Amazon found by University of Cambridge researchers

Tallest tree in the Amazon found by University of Cambridge researchers

Tallest tree in the Amazon found by University of Cambridge researchers

Toby Jackson describes epic adventure to confirm height of immense tree, which can store as much carbon as a hectare of rainforest.


Personalised AI oncology role for Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Personalised AI oncology role for Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Personalised AI oncology role for Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Five papers at NeurIPS 2019 summit in Vancouver showcase new precision tools


Pictured: Winners of first Tony Whitten Conservation Prize

Pictured: Winners of first Tony Whitten Conservation Prize

Pictured: Winners of first Tony Whitten Conservation Prize

Conservationists all under 35 and from South East Asia


Watch live as Cambridge-powered CHEOPS mission heads into space to study exoplanets

Watch live as Cambridge-powered CHEOPS mission heads into space to study exoplanets

Watch live as Cambridge-powered CHEOPS mission heads into space to study exoplanets

It successfully launched at the second attempt.


Red warning causes Cambridge-powered exoplanet mission to be delayed on the launchpad

Red warning causes Cambridge-powered exoplanet mission to be delayed on the launchpad

Red warning causes Cambridge-powered exoplanet mission to be delayed on the launchpad

The European Space Agency’s Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, or CHEOPS, was due for lift-off.


Tony Whitten: A legacy celebrated in art and conservation research

Tony Whitten: A legacy celebrated in art and conservation research

Tony Whitten: A legacy celebrated in art and conservation research

Inaugural conservation prize named after one of Cambridge's most prolific scientists


Cambridge foundation strike landmark deal in global fight against child sex abuse images

Cambridge foundation strike landmark deal in global fight against child sex abuse images

Cambridge foundation strike landmark deal in global fight against child sex abuse images

Cambridge's Internet Watch Foundation is to share digital fingerprints of sex abuse images with US internet companies


Cambridge Consultants tackling innovation before the curve has arrived

Cambridge Consultants tackling innovation before the curve has arrived

Cambridge Consultants tackling innovation before the curve has arrived

Data stored as DNA, VR applications, quantum computing and synthetic biology at new Science Park extension


Can HIV be cured? Evelyn Trust-funded research at University of Cambridge probes viral latency

Can HIV be cured? Evelyn Trust-funded research at University of Cambridge probes viral latency

Can HIV be cured? Evelyn Trust-funded research at University of Cambridge probes viral latency

Researchers have studied the mechanism by which viruses such as HIV ‘sleep’ and then ‘reawaken’ when treatment stops.

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