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Could our own fat be used to help us fight obesity?

Could our own fat be used to help us fight obesity?

Could our own fat be used to help us fight obesity?

Breakthrough from scientists at the Wellcome Trust-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science


Nobel Prize-winning Cambridge scientist Aaron Klug dies at 92

Nobel Prize-winning Cambridge scientist Aaron Klug dies at 92

Nobel Prize-winning Cambridge scientist Aaron Klug dies at 92

His work at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology helped reveal structure of complex biological molecules


Bradfield Blockchain prize announced

Bradfield Blockchain prize announced

Bradfield Blockchain prize announced

Cambridge hub stimulates research into digital technology


Blockchain and the financial revolution

Blockchain and the financial revolution

Blockchain and the financial revolution

Hugely informative Cambridge Blockchain Forum event at Bradfield Centre


Tim Peake is star attraction at bookshop

Tim Peake is star attraction at bookshop

Tim Peake is star attraction at bookshop

Britain's only ESA astronaut delights hundreds of fans at Cambridge Waterstones


How barcoding technology could help Cambridge scientists fight pancreatic cancer

How barcoding technology could help Cambridge scientists fight pancreatic cancer

How barcoding technology could help Cambridge scientists fight pancreatic cancer

Two scientists at Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute have won a £200,000 award to develop their technology to study the tumour microenvironment.


Apple design guru Sir Jony Ive at Union for Hawking Fellowship

Apple design guru Sir Jony Ive at Union for Hawking Fellowship

Apple design guru Sir Jony Ive at Union for Hawking Fellowship

Cambridge’s world-famous chamber hears of “life at the curious intersection of art and technology”


Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute developing liquid biopsies for detecting brain tumours

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute developing liquid biopsies for detecting brain tumours

Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute developing liquid biopsies for detecting brain tumours

Method could improve detection rates and enable more personalised treatments


Scientists aim to sequence all 1.5 million known species on Earth - and Wellcome Sanger Institute will play leading role

Scientists aim to sequence all 1.5 million known species on Earth - and Wellcome Sanger Institute will play leading role

Scientists aim to sequence all 1.5 million known species on Earth - and Wellcome Sanger Institute will play leading role

The Hinxton institute will sequence 66,000 UK species for the Darwin Tree of Life Project


From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

From war-torn Kabul to the University of Cambridge

Dr Waheed Arian had to hide in a cellar as a child to evade the bombing. He's now a medic and a UNESCO Global Hero


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