The British Antarctic Survey says it will provide a window into how today’s ice sheets may respond to climate change.
Two more Cambridge professors are also honoured with $100,000 New Horizons Prizes.
They will trial it against a disease that causes rapid loss of vision, primarily in young adults.
Anthony Browne sees how synthetic biology company can create brain ‘organoids’ and ‘biological computers’ at Babraham Research Campus facility
The researchers, part of UK Dementia Research Institute (DRI), hope to translate the work into therapies with Adestria Therapeutics.
Research engineer at STORM Therapeutics has also completed PhD on machine learning for drug discovery
‘It is vital that patients receive the best treatment and care’, says Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner
These giant ocean-covered worlds could support microbial life, Institute of Astronomy researchers believe.
She is the second woman to win the world’s oldest scientific prize, which has also been won by Einstein and Darwin.
They say it is an example of positive selection of a mutated gene.
Ted Warner is the oldest person in the UK currently alive with a heart transplant.
He becomes the fourth at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology to win the award.
Winners include Prof Sadaf Farooqi and Sir Stephen O’Rahilly, from the MRC Metabolic Diseases Unit.
A population-scale study has explored how genetic traits are influenced by variations in mtDNA.
Until now, the life of Lise Meitner has been largely unknown but without her, history could have been very different.