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New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

Spearheaded by Nobel Prize winner Prof Didier Queloz, the research will attempt to understand the origins of life.


GW Pharmaceuticals wins Queen’s Award as cannabinoid treatments proliferate

GW Pharmaceuticals wins Queen’s Award as cannabinoid treatments proliferate

GW Pharmaceuticals wins Queen’s Award as cannabinoid treatments proliferate

Histon company has overcome opposition and ignorance to prove benefit of treatments


Don’t move a mussel: Cambridge researchers warn species relocation could spread pathogens

Don’t move a mussel: Cambridge researchers warn species relocation could spread pathogens

Don’t move a mussel: Cambridge researchers warn species relocation could spread pathogens

Dr David Aldridge won Researcher of the Year at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards


‘Moon landings of genomics’: Genetic code of ancient bear recreated from faeces and urine samples in Mexican cave

‘Moon landings of genomics’: Genetic code of ancient bear recreated from faeces and urine samples in Mexican cave

‘Moon landings of genomics’: Genetic code of ancient bear recreated from faeces and urine samples in Mexican cave

University of Cambridge scientist describes it as ‘a little insane’.

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Wellcome Sanger Institute study could lead to improvement in male infertility diagnosis

Wellcome Sanger Institute study could lead to improvement in male infertility diagnosis

Wellcome Sanger Institute study could lead to improvement in male infertility diagnosis

A common subtype of Y chromosome that increases the carrier’s risk of fertility issues.


University of Cambridge research suggests gene therapies offer hope in treating glaucoma and dementia

University of Cambridge research suggests gene therapies offer hope in treating glaucoma and dementia

University of Cambridge research suggests gene therapies offer hope in treating glaucoma and dementia

A study shows they could be effective in complex, ‘polygenic’ conditions.


Ever Resource promises ‘circular economy of materials for battery market’

Ever Resource promises ‘circular economy of materials for battery market’

Ever Resource promises ‘circular economy of materials for battery market’

£995,000 Innovate UK grant for lithium recycling project


Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Winners of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards revealed

Fourteen categories celebrated extraordinary talent, from biotech to AI.


Stage is set for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Stage is set for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

Stage is set for Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards

A limited number of tickets are now on sale.


Is this why Covid-19 leads to loss of taste for some patients?

Is this why Covid-19 leads to loss of taste for some patients?

Is this why Covid-19 leads to loss of taste for some patients?

A discovery by Wellcome Sanger Institute scientists yields new clues.


Arecor awarded £2.8m to progress insulin product that could enable artificial pancreas system for type I diabetes patients

Arecor awarded £2.8m to progress insulin product that could enable artificial pancreas system for type I diabetes patients

Arecor awarded £2.8m to progress insulin product that could enable artificial pancreas system for type I diabetes patients

CEO Sarah Howell is nominated as CEO of the Year at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards.


Play the fake smile game and expose flaws in AI-powered emotion recognition

Play the fake smile game and expose flaws in AI-powered emotion recognition

Play the fake smile game and expose flaws in AI-powered emotion recognition

University of Cambridge and UCL asks you to pull faces at your webcam or phone in the name of research.


Epigenetics expert Prof Wolf Reik appointed director of the Babraham Institute

Epigenetics expert Prof Wolf Reik appointed director of the Babraham Institute

Epigenetics expert Prof Wolf Reik appointed director of the Babraham Institute

He has been acting director since the death of Prof Michael Wakelam.


Cambridge scientists move step closer to holy grail of particle physics with discovery that questions laws of nature

Cambridge scientists move step closer to holy grail of particle physics with discovery that questions laws of nature

Cambridge scientists move step closer to holy grail of particle physics with discovery that questions laws of nature

The discovery from the Large Hadron Collider at CERN hints a fundamental new particle.


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