A rare genetic disease which causes some parts of the body to grow excessively has been linked by Cambridge UK scientists and US collaborators to a cancer-associated mutation that drives cell growth.
In-depth coverage of globally influential initiatives from academic and research institutes in Cambridge & the East of England.
Researchers in Cambridge UK have demonstrated that next-generation genome sequencing can provide clinically relevant data on bacterial transmission within a timescale that can influence infection control and patient management.
Scientists at Babraham Institute have gained new insight into how the growth of the placenta is regulated before birth – which has important implications for a healthy pregnancy.
Engineering students at Cambridge University are on the cusp of a commercial breakthrough with food processing technology that could banish the current “dangerous” alternative.
The Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge UK, is leading a triple European alliance to find novel ways of fighting a whole battery of diseases.
A Cambridge UK academic has highlighted a potentially damaging failure to exploit “enormous” resources of helium that could solve a lot of the world’s energy problems.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge University in the UK is supporting entrepreneurs and SME business leaders in the creative industries through a groundbreaking event.
Five Gates Cambridge scholars in the UK will present their research to Bill Gates senior, other trustees, trust officers and scholars on Thursday, May 31.
UKTI has chosen Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge UK to help promote entrepreneurship in black townships in South Africa.
Cambridge University is launching a new investment scheme to support its spin-outs. it is claiming a world first for the university brotherhood.
Cambridge University’s Ignite summer programme in the UK from July 1-6 is attracting unparalleled international interest.
Cambridge and Cranfield Universities are at the heart of a £16 million government initiative to boost the use of robotics in UK industry.
Eighteen senior health practitioners and executives from the Shanghai Health Bureau in China have completed a three week visit to Bedfordshire hosted by the University of Bedfordshire’s Institute of Health Research in collaboration with the Knowledge Hub and International Office.
Acorn Computers founder and celebrated VC Hermann Hauser has joined a celebrated band of UK and Chinese entrepreneurs for a Cambridge education programme designed to strengthen trade between the territories.
A team of astronomers at the University of Cambridge is taking the next big step in a European-wide programme that will lead to the creation of the first three-dimensional map of more than a billion stars.
Researchers at the University of East Anglia and the University of Essex have revealed that investors can predict market movements by looking at the frequency of Google keyword searches.
- Cambridge researchers make schizophrenia advances
- University of Bedfordshire names new VC
- Cambridge hosts entrepreneur ‘Olympics’
- Bring on the real killers, says tech chief
- Arcus Global wins Cambridge Graduate accolade
- Alumni fund new entrepreneur scholarship
- University prospectus brought to life by Aurasma
- Mist clears around gorilla genome
- Meningioma awareness event in Cambridge
- Cambridge wins £10.85m to cure peanut allergies
- ‘Staggering’ solution to energy demand
- Open University offers spinal cord injury solution
- University of Cambridge research takes top accolade
- Drug cocktail targets pancreatic cancer
- CUE dosh means kudos
- Elusive gene discovered by research team
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