The Prostate Cancer Foundation has awarded $1m to the University of East Anglia and the Institute of Food Research in Norwich UK to study the protective effects of broccoli consumption against prostate cancer.
In-depth coverage of globally influential initiatives from academic and research institutes in Cambridge & the East of England.
Scientists at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge UK, working with collaborators at AstraZeneca, have made a breakthrough in understanding how a particular signalling pathway can promote aberrant cell growth and pinpointed a mutation that enables tumours to circumvent certain treatments.
Two researchers from The Open University are part of the current mission to explore whether Mars was ever able to support life. The Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) landed on the planet earlier this month.
Cambridge UK law firm Mills & Reeve has acted for Aviva Commercial Finance Limited on two significant transactions in the massively-growing student accommodation sector.
Cambridge UK scientists have identified 38 new genetic regions that are associated with glucose and insulin levels in the blood.
New government funding for part-time study may lead to a surge of older students returning to the classroom, according to the director of the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) at the University of Cambridge.
Cambridge brainpower is proving an increasingly valuable export commodity.
Record funding of £5.1 million has been awarded for research designed to reduce animal experiments – and Cambridge UK technology is in the frame.
Ophthalmic experts at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge UK have been hired to conduct a nationwide survey by the Trinidad and Tobago Government where eye disease triggered by diabetes is a major problem.
Research from Cambridge University in the UK has paved the way for the development of tough coatings fabricated from cheap, abundant materials.
Cambridge UK academics, businesses and the public have been alerted that they will receive easier access to publicly funded research in an initiative designed to boost technology R & D across a range of sectors.
Creating Future Champions, a course designed by East of England business leaders for East of England business leaders, has been launched by Anglia Ruskin University.
Scientists at the University of Essex have joined forces with a leading gaming designer to create a game app based on research into combating Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr Robert Doubleday has been appointed new executive director at the University of Cambridge's Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP). Doubleday was formerly the Centre's head of research.
A delegation from the University of Cambridge jets out to India this weekend to explore potential technology and entrepreneurship collaborations.
A mechanism regulating our sensation of cold has been identified by Cambridge UK researchers and could lead to new drugs to combat burns and other medical conditions.
- Cause of rare growth disease discovered
- Cambridge scientists’ superbug breakthrough
- Babraham find clue to healthier pregnancy
- Students engineer food innovation
- MRC alliance targets range of diseases
- Cambridge call to unlock helium resource
- RiffStream strikes chord with innovators
- Bill Gates vets scholars’ research ideas
- Cambridge promotes entrepreneurship in African townships
- Angel alumni can back Cambridge spin-outs
- Cambridge ‘ignites’ entrepreneurial flame
- £16m boost for UK robotics
- China health delegation’s Beds masterclass
- Hauser backs UK-China entrepreneur masterclass
- 3D technology from Cambridge University will map a billion stars
- Investors can predict market movements through Google
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