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Unknown trigger could explain why some countries have higher incidence of kidney cancer, say Sanger researchers

Unknown trigger could explain why some countries have higher incidence of kidney cancer, say Sanger researchers

Unknown trigger could explain why some countries have higher incidence of kidney cancer, say Sanger researchers

It could be an environmental factor.


Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Parents say the result is ‘mind-blowing’ - and doctors say it ushers in new era of treatment.


Face of a Neanderthal woman from 75,000 years ago is recreated for Netflix documentary after Cambridge research

Face of a Neanderthal woman from 75,000 years ago is recreated for Netflix documentary after Cambridge research

Face of a Neanderthal woman from 75,000 years ago is recreated for Netflix documentary after Cambridge research

The woman’s skull was painstakingly put back together.


How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

Cambridge, Oxford and Caltech researchers have tested it in mice so far.


Team CERC Activate from Cambourne invited to represent UK in LEGO robotics tournament in Australia

Team CERC Activate from Cambourne invited to represent UK in LEGO robotics tournament in Australia

Team CERC Activate from Cambourne invited to represent UK in LEGO robotics tournament in Australia

The team has been invited to represent the UK in Sydney, Australia.


Pangenomics to enter the quantum era with ‘incredibly exciting’ $3.5m project

Pangenomics to enter the quantum era with ‘incredibly exciting’ $3.5m project

Pangenomics to enter the quantum era with ‘incredibly exciting’ $3.5m project

University of Cambridge, Wellcome Sanger Institute and EMBL-EBI to team up.


PlaqueTec secures $8m to advance precision medicine for coronary artery disease

PlaqueTec secures $8m to advance precision medicine for coronary artery disease

PlaqueTec secures $8m to advance precision medicine for coronary artery disease

The funding will support its BIOPATTERN trial and BIOCARTA platform.


The 35 million-year-old adaptation that helps lemurs sound bigger than they are

The 35 million-year-old adaptation that helps lemurs sound bigger than they are

The 35 million-year-old adaptation that helps lemurs sound bigger than they are

Anglia Ruskin University and Kyoto University teamed up for the study.


Babraham-based Harness Therapeutics appoints Meenu Chhabra Karson as board chair

Babraham-based Harness Therapeutics appoints Meenu Chhabra Karson as board chair

Babraham-based Harness Therapeutics appoints Meenu Chhabra Karson as board chair

The company is focused on protein upregulation for neurodegenerative diseases.


AI model that powers ChatGPT ‘better than non-specialist doctors at assessing eye problems’

AI model that powers ChatGPT ‘better than non-specialist doctors at assessing eye problems’

AI model that powers ChatGPT ‘better than non-specialist doctors at assessing eye problems’

A University of Cambridge study found it was approaching the level of expert eye doctors.


In pictures: Princess Anne visits Illumina at Granta Park to celebrate World DNA Day

In pictures: Princess Anne visits Illumina at Granta Park to celebrate World DNA Day

In pictures: Princess Anne visits Illumina at Granta Park to celebrate World DNA Day

Illumina is a global leader in DNA sequencing and array-based technologies and is at the forefront of genomics.


Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

And it cost 1,000 times less than usual.


Insight into why our muscles weaken with age revealed by Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers

Insight into why our muscles weaken with age revealed by Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers

Insight into why our muscles weaken with age revealed by Wellcome Sanger Institute researchers

The first comprehensive map of ageing human muscles has been created.


Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

Childhood maltreatment can continue to affect adult brains, researchers find

It can affect an individual’s risk of poor physical health and traumatic experiences many years later.


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