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Pioneering work on mutational signatures of cancer wins University of Cambridge professor the 2021 Foulkes Medal

Pioneering work on mutational signatures of cancer wins University of Cambridge professor the 2021 Foulkes Medal

Pioneering work on mutational signatures of cancer wins University of Cambridge professor the 2021 Foulkes Medal

Professor Serena Nik-Zainal has developed an algorithm that can detect specific breast cancers.


Watch as University of Cambridge alumna Kayla Barron docks at International Space Station on SpaceX Crew-3 mission

Watch as University of Cambridge alumna Kayla Barron docks at International Space Station on SpaceX Crew-3 mission

Watch as University of Cambridge alumna Kayla Barron docks at International Space Station on SpaceX Crew-3 mission

She is on her first spaceflight.


Northern lights over Cambridgeshire: Lifetime first for astrophotographer as he captures aurora on camera

Northern lights over Cambridgeshire: Lifetime first for astrophotographer as he captures aurora on camera

Northern lights over Cambridgeshire: Lifetime first for astrophotographer as he captures aurora on camera

Paul Haworth captured the spectacle twice in four days.


MP is offered insight into Illumina Centre’s technology

MP is offered insight into Illumina Centre’s technology

MP is offered insight into Illumina Centre’s technology

Anthony Browne toured the Granta Park offices and Solutions Lab.


$88m financing for Cambridge Epigenetix will help revolutionise sequencing

$88m financing for Cambridge Epigenetix will help revolutionise sequencing

$88m financing for Cambridge Epigenetix will help revolutionise sequencing

The Chesterford Reseach Park company delivers more information from DNA.


Prof Jean Abraham discusses progress on personalised breast cancer medicine ahead of CBC on Virtual Tour talk

Prof Jean Abraham discusses progress on personalised breast cancer medicine ahead of CBC on Virtual Tour talk

Prof Jean Abraham discusses progress on personalised breast cancer medicine ahead of CBC on Virtual Tour talk

‘Seeing patients on a daily basis, you never forget the reason for the research,’ she says.


10,000 UK volunteers sought for Addenbrooke’s-led personalised breast cancer screening trial

10,000 UK volunteers sought for Addenbrooke’s-led personalised breast cancer screening trial

10,000 UK volunteers sought for Addenbrooke’s-led personalised breast cancer screening trial

MyPeBs aims to aid detection and involves a saliva sample and a questionnaire.


Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2021-22 will celebrate outstanding achievements

Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2021-22 will celebrate outstanding achievements

Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2021-22 will celebrate outstanding achievements

Now open for entry, the awards are in their fifth year.


Sphere Fluidics closes $40m investment round to fund international expansion of Cyto-Mine technology

Sphere Fluidics closes $40m investment round to fund international expansion of Cyto-Mine technology

Sphere Fluidics closes $40m investment round to fund international expansion of Cyto-Mine technology

The round was led by Sofinnova Partners and Redmile Group.


Climate change caused extinction of woolly mammoths, University of Cambridge scientists prove

Climate change caused extinction of woolly mammoths, University of Cambridge scientists prove

Climate change caused extinction of woolly mammoths, University of Cambridge scientists prove

Prof Eske Willerslev led extraordinary research that sequenced DNA from soil samples to solve the mystery.

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How our body clock affects heart rhythms - with implications for shift workers, the elderly and the timing of medicines

How our body clock affects heart rhythms - with implications for shift workers, the elderly and the timing of medicines

How our body clock affects heart rhythms - with implications for shift workers, the elderly and the timing of medicines

The MRC LMB and AstraZeneca in Cambridge collaborated on work that could explain why cardiac events are more common in the elderly in the morning.


Climate Code shirt launch with British Antarctic Survey has that snap, crackle, pop factor...

Climate Code shirt launch with British Antarctic Survey has that snap, crackle, pop factor...

Climate Code shirt launch with British Antarctic Survey has that snap, crackle, pop factor...

Cambridge Cleantech hosts DressCode and BAS for icy anniversary demonstration


Panakeia’s 15-minute breast cancer test approved for use

Panakeia’s 15-minute breast cancer test approved for use

Panakeia’s 15-minute breast cancer test approved for use

Cambridge company founded by two university researchers uses biomarkers to guide clinical decision-making


Cavendish Laboratory finds more evidence that Standard Model of physics needs revising

Cavendish Laboratory finds more evidence that Standard Model of physics needs revising

Cavendish Laboratory finds more evidence that Standard Model of physics needs revising

There’s a force at work that we don’t yet understand, say researchers.

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