Scientists begin building AI for scientific discovery using tech behind ChatGPT

imulations of ‘backwards time travel’ can improve scientific experiments

Young children who are close to their parents are more likely to grow up kind, helpful and ‘prosocial’

People, climate and a national role for Cambridge are a focus of Vice-Chancellor’s first Annual Address

Drier savannas and grasslands store more climate-buffering carbon than previously thought

New electric buses roll out to carry students, staff and public on extended Universal route

Autistic individuals have increased risk of chronic physical health conditions across the whole body

Cambridge events commemorate Black History Month 2023

University of Cambridge awarded a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2023

Blog: Permacrisis – A plan to fix a fractured world

New vaccine technology could protect from future viruses and variants

Widely-used COVID-19 antiviral could be helping SARS-CoV-2 to evolve

How new model boosts supply and lowers prices for generic drugs

Suppressing negative thoughts may be good for mental health after all

Cambridge remains most intensive science and technological cluster in the world

Machine learning models can produce reliable results even with limited training data

Cambridge Zero takes centre stage at Climate Week NYC

Roadside hedges can reduce harmful ultrafine particle pollution around schools

Cambridge researchers announced as programme directors for new UK funding agency

Over a third of UK medical students do not receive sexual misconduct training

Healthy lifestyle can help prevent depression – and new research may explain why

Lack of evidence hampers progress on corporate-led ecosystem restoration

Switching ‘spin’ on and off (and up and down) in quantum materials at room temperature

Reduced grey matter in frontal lobes linked to teenage smoking and nicotine addiction – study

Death tolls from climate disasters will ‘balloon’ without investment in Africa’s weather stations