University of Cambridge
Collegiate research university in Cambridge, United Kingdom
With more than 20,000 students from all walks of life and all corners of the world, over 11,000 staff, 31 Colleges and 150 Departments, Faculties, Schools and other institutions, no two days are ever the same at the University of Cambridge.
The University is a confederation of Schools, Faculties, Departments and Colleges. The 31 Colleges are governed by their own statutes and regulations, but are integral to the make-up of the University.
As well as being a member of the University and of an academic Faculty/Department, our students also belong to a College community, an arrangement that offers pastoral and academic support for each individual.
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University of Cambridge Creations
Project with aim to identify the neural mechanisms underpinning successful cognitive ageing
People at University of Cambridge
Career Development Fellow at the University of Cambridge's Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR),
Professor at University of Cambridge and Scientific Director for Early Detection of Neurodegenerative diseases (EDoN)
Communications Manager at University of Cambridge
Chairman of the John van Geest Centre for Brain Repair at the University of Cambridge
Head of the Department of Clinical Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge
Neurologist and professor at University of Cambridge
Reader in Thoracic Oncology at University of Cambridge.
Physical activity researcher at Cambridge University.
Centre Director of the UK DRI at the University of Cambridge.
Professor of Clinical Neuroscience and Honorary Consultant in Neurology at the University of Cambridge.
Director at Finnish Environment Institute and Senior Research Associate at Cambridge University.
Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk at Faculty of Mathematics, University of Cambridge.
Pharmacologist, University of Cambridge
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Professor of Clinical Microbiology at University of Cambridge.
Professor of Systems Biology and Biochemistry at University of Cambridge.
Lecturer in Biostatistics at the Cambridge University.
David N. Moore Fellow in Mathematics, Director of Studies in Mathematics and Professor of Mathematical Biology.
CIMR Deputy Director, Professor of Molecular Neurogenetics and UK Dementia Research Institute Professor.
University of Cambridge News
OptiMind app designed for early diagnosis of dementia with simple tapping
Wired - 11-Nov-2021
A 5-minute test can assess the early risk of getting dementiaRead more...
Employment type in your 20s determines risk of heart disease later in life
CNBC - 11-Aug-2021
It's no real surprise that education (and with it, wealth) had a positive impact on healthRead more...
Latest AI tool may diagnose dementia even before symptoms appear
BBC - 10-Aug-2021
Algorithm detects dementia better than neurologists, soon with a single brain scanRead more...
Age-related memory loss can now be prevented with a pill
Cambridge University - 22-Jul-2021
Scientists restored memory in aged mice, and found a similar working mechanism in humansRead more...
Lab grown bile duct organoids could restore liver health in humans
Medical Xpress - 18-Feb-2021
Cholangiocyte-based therapy repairs bile ducts, offers hope to repair damaged donor liversRead more...
Cold water swimming might help develop a new dementia therapy
BBC - 19-Oct-2020
Triggers an increase in the same protein used by hibernating animalsRead more...
A milestone towards developing a drug for Multiple Sclerosis
Guardian - 25-Sep-2020
Drug shows repaired coating around nerves but side effects prevent its useRead more...
Naked mole-rat's immune system is resistant to cancer
Independent - 02-Jul-2020
Their extreme biology could be key to preventing cancer in humansRead more...
Genetic test could identify an increased risk of heart attack
BBC - 08-Oct-2019
GRS can be measured at any age, children could be tested tooRead more...
Weight loss is not really important to fight diabetes
Medical Daily - 02-Oct-2019
There is no need to lose 15% or more of body weight to manage type 2 diabetesRead more...
A space cable between the Earth and the Moon is much more cost effective
Futurism - 27-Aug-2019
If this works, one day we will be able to build space colonies at the Lagrange pointRead more...
It's never too late to start exercising, even at an older age
Reuters - 18-Jul-2019
Spend 150 minutes on exercise per week to lengthen your life spanRead more...
Exercise may increase lifespan – past activity levels don't matter
Medical News Today - 29-Jun-2019
It’s never too late to start exercising, start today and live longerRead more...
Scientists create a lab-made microbe with fully redesigned DNA for the first time
Guardian - 15-May-2019
Organisms can survive even with a simple genetic codeRead more...
Another study finds very hot drinks increases risk of cancer
Independent - 20-Mar-2019
Letting drinks cool down is one of the 101 tips in the Live Forever ManualRead more...
Most slim people may have a hereditary weight advantage
Independent - 24-Jan-2019
Even if you can eat without putting on weight, keep an eye on your visceral fatRead more...
Newspaper claims of new breast cancer testing tool are premature
NHS - 15-Jan-2019
Accurate risk estimate only available with a complete set of data for a patient.Read more...
Leukaemia blood test breakthrough
Independent - 09-Jul-2018
With this method researchers can now detect acute myeloid leukaemia years in advance with a blood sampleRead more...
Pop up vaccine factories could curb pandemics
The Ecologist - 10-May-2018
Big pharma is unwilling to invest in pandemic prevention. New model could identify and test vacc...Read more...
Influenza pandemic could infect 43 million in UK
Cambridge Independent - 15-Apr-2018
Influenza pandemic could kill almost a million people in the UK. How people move and interact af...Read more...
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