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Stopping Tumour Cells Killing Surrounding Tissue May Provide Clue To Fighting Cancer
The Fitzwilliam Museum is 200 Today
Syrian Aid: Lack of Evidence For ‘Interventions That Work’, Say Researchers
Modelling How The Brain Makes Complex Decisions
Graphene Shown To Safely Interact With Neurons In The Brain
Changes to NHS Policy Unlikely to reduce Emergency Hospital Admissions
Making Operating Systems Safer and Faster With ‘Unikernels’
How Many Ways Can You Arrange 128 Tennis Balls? Researchers Solve an Apparently Impossible Problem
Cambridge Joins Consortium to Launch £40 Million Apollo Therapeutics Fund
How To Get Teams To Share Information
Artificial Intelligence and Rise of the Machines: Cambridge Science Festival 2016
Fuel Cell Electrolyte Developed To Offer Cleaner, More Efficient Energy
J A Kemp Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys to open office in Cambridge
Brain Waves Could Help Predict How We Respond To General Anaesthetics
John Maynard Keynes: Great Economist, Poor Currency Trader
High Ozone Levels In Tropical Pacific Caused By Fires Burning In Africa and Asia
Cocaine Addiction: Scientists Discover ‘Back Door’ Into The Brain
Melting of Massive Ice ‘Lid’ Resulted In Huge Release of CO2 At The End of The Ice Age
Banning Trophy Hunting Could Do More Harm Than Good
Global Learning Is Needed To Save Carbon Capture and Storage From Being Abandoned
New £369m Contract to Service RAF Hercules in Cambridge
Bango Expands Collaboration with Microsoft to Put Carrier Billed Payments on Windows 10 Devices
Opinion: Paying People To Stay Away Is Not Always The Best Way To Protect Watersheds
Second Contagious Form Of Cancer Found In Tasmanian Devils
Opinion: How Frugal Innovation Can Kickstart The Global Economy In 2016
Newton, Darwin, Shakespeare – and a Jar of Ectoplasm: Cambridge University Library at 600
New Origami-Like Material May Help Prevent Brain Injuries in Sport
Epigenetic Discovery Suggests DNA Modifications More Diverse Than Previously Thought
Stem Cells Likely To Be Safe For Use In Regenerative Medicine, Study Confirms
‘Virtual Fossil’ Reveals Last Common Ancestor of Humans and Neanderthals
Low Cost, Safe and Accurate Test Could Help Diagnose Rare Childhood Cancers
Feeding Food Waste To Pigs Could Save Vast Swathes of Threatened Forest and Savannah
The Periodic Table of Proteins
Millet: The Missing Piece In The Puzzle Of Prehistoric Humans’ Transition From Hunter-Gatherers To Farmers
Alternative Ways of Protecting Urban Water Supplies Must Be Considered in Light of Worsening Droughts in the US, Study Claims
The Future of Intelligence: Cambridge University Launches New Centre to Study AI and the Future of Humanity
Law in Focus: ‘Parliament’s Role in Voting on the Syrian Conflict
Funding Boost For Infrastructure Research at Cambridge
How To Escape a Black Hole
Two-Thirds of Studies On ‘Psychosocial’ Treatments Fail To Declare Conflicts of Interest
Moonlighting Molecules: Finding New Uses For Old Enzymes
Stored Fat Fights Against The Body’s Attempts To Lose Weight
Sensor Technology Firm Snapped Up
More or Less Ethical
Evolution Website Sets Out To Tackle Great Scientific Unknowns
‘Fourth Strand’ of European Ancestry Originated With Hunter-Gatherers Isolated By Ice Age
Climate Change Sentiment Could Hit Global Investment Portfolios in the Short Term
Ketchup and Traffic Jams: the Maths of Soft Matter
Bringing Ukraine to the Screen
Graphene Means Business – Two-Dimensional Material Moves From the Lab to the UK Factory Floor