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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
First Evidence of ‘Ghost Particles’
Cambridge Chemists Make Breakthrough With “Ultimate” Battery Which Can Power a Car From London to Edinburgh
Breaking the Mould: Untangling the Jelly-Like Properties of Diseased Proteins
New Design Points a Path To The ‘Ultimate’ Battery
Entanglement at Heart of ‘Two-For-One’ Fission in Next-Generation Solar Cells
Social Yeast Cells Prefer to Work With Close Relatives to Make Our Beer, Bread & Wine
Plague in Humans ‘Twice as Old’ But Didn’t Begin as Flea-Borne,Ancient DNA Reveal
New Microscopic Imaging Technology Reveals Origins of Leukaemia
New Graphene Based Inks For High-Speed Manufacturing of Printed Electronics
Using Experts ‘Inexpertly’ Leads to Policy Failure, Warn Researchers
New Insights into the Dynamics of Past Climate hange
How Hallucinations Emerge From Trying to Make Sense of an Ambiguous World
Ancient Genome From Africa Sequenced for the First Time
Calling For Help: Damaged Nerve Cells Communicate With Stem Cells
Bacteria in the World’s Oceans Produce Millions of Tonnes of Hydrocarbons Each Year
Doctors Liken Keeping Patients Alive Unnecessarily to Torture
Exploiting the Government’s Education Data Could Help to Bridge the UK Skills Gap
Mindfulness Study to Look at Benefits in Helping Build Resilience To Stress Among University Students
Maintaining Healthy DNA Delays Menopause
New Research Leaves Tumours With Nowhere to Hide
Love’s Labours: Study Shows Male Lizards Risk Becoming Lunch For a Bird in Order to Attract a Mate
Emissions From Melting Permafrost Could Cost $43 trillion
Microfluidics Consortium Visiting Cambridge UK With European Open Day on Sept 22nd
Access To Startup Skills Threatened By U.K. Visa Review
London Tube Strike Produced Net Economic Benefit
Old Drug Performs New Tricks
New Study Shows Artificial Pancreas Works for Length of Entire School Term
Refugee Camp Entrepreneurship
Neural Circuit in the Cricket Brain Detects the Rhythm Of the Right Mating Call
Facebook Data Suggests People From Higher Social Class Have Fewer International Friends
Linguistics Study Reveals Our Growing Obsession With Education
Cities At Risk
International Microfluidics Consortium visits Cambridge Sept 22

Using Stellar ‘Twins’ To Reach the Outer Limits of the Galaxy
Scientists “Squeeze” Light One Particle At a Time
One Year and 272 Billion Measurements Later, Gaia Team Celebrates First Anniversary of Observations
Bavarian Fire Brigades Choose Sepura
Access To Startup Skills Threatened By U.K. Visa Review
‘Pill on a String’ Could Help Spot Early Signs of Cancer of the Gullet
Cambridge TV Goes Live
Monoclonal Antibodies: the Invisible Allies That Changed the Face of Medicine