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The University of Cambridge’s Professor Christopher Dobson has been awarded the 2014 Heineken Prize for Biochemistry and Biophysics – recognising his achievements in helping to identify the root causes of disorders including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
Anglia Ruskin University scientists have developed a tool for surgeons to reduce knee replacement operations, which could potentially save the NHS millions of pounds a year.
Anglia Ruskin University researchers in Cambridge UK has been granted €463,000 to lead Biz4Age, an 18-month European project focusing on innovation for healthy ageing.
A capsule that could provide a side-effect-free remedy for iron deficiency has been developed by a scientific team featuring University of Bedfordshire iron expert Dr Sebastien Farnaud.
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute researchers have found a major piece of genetic evidence that confirms the role of a group of virus-fighting genes in cancer development.
Forget popular video game Plants Vs. Zombies, some plants are zombies and scientists have uncovered how bacterial parasites turn them into the living dead.
Social entrepreneurs and gifted students mark possibly the most eclectic group ever to be chosen as Gates Cambridge Scholars.
University of Cambridge researchers are urging more collaboration among neuroscientists to advance knowledge about how our brains work and nervous systems develop.
Patients living with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) have raised £100k for new research into the misunderstood condition to take place at the University of East Anglia and The Institute of Food Research.
Raspberry Pi, the Cambridge UK enterprise pioneering an Acorn-inspired micro computer, has launched a £1 million education fund to inspire still more next generation coders.
Cambridge University in the UK has sent a new clutch of technology and industry entrepreneurs into the world.
Cambridge UK medical technology researchers have discovered that mutations in a specific gene are responsible for a hereditary form of melanoma.
Anglia Ruskin University researchers in the Cambridge UK technology cluster have been chosen to validate the world’s first chart-eligible music album app. The new app model could change how we buy music in the future.
Cambridge students pitched with passion into a robot challenge designed to boost interest in computer programming to benefit the UK economy.
FIFA is paying East of England academics to probe the likely effects of heat and altitude on soccer stars playing in the next two World Cups in Brazil and Qatar.
- MedImmune and Cambridge University advance cancer research
- Cambridge teams to commercialise breast cancer technology
- Plastic Logic co-founder joins global greats
- Education dotcom launches in Cambridge
- New babylab is child’s play for research team
- Maths aces tackle container conundrum
- Cambridge breakthrough to reduce animal experiments
- Another ‘glass’ act from Cavendish powerhouse
- Cambridge role in transforming China’s economy
- Diamond fragment holds clue to new tech
- Academic decodes 600 year old manuscript
- Native Americans descended from Asia, say scientists
- Open University academics to help improve UK policing
- UK punching above its weight for innovation
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