University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge

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Location: Cambridge - East of England
The Old Schools, Trinity Ln, Cambridge CB2 1TN, UK

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Health - 02.06
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Pedagogy - 02.06
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European and International Research Support Facilitator University of Cambridge
Social Sciences - 02.06
Collections Assistant in Anthropology (Fixed Term) University of Cambridge
Art and Design - 01.06
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Environment - 01.06
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Psychology - 01.06
Research Assistant/ Research Associate (Fixed Term) University of Cambridge
Health - 01.06
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Administration - 01.06
Project Administrator (Stores Move) (Fixed Term) University of Cambridge
Administration - 01.06
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Pedagogy - 01.06
Functional & Support Analyst University of Cambridge
Art and Design - 01.06
Collections Assistant - Stores Move (Fixed Term) University of Cambridge

Innovation - Jun 1

Cambridge architects are inviting visitors to the London Design Biennale to experience a prototype home constructed with flexible wooden partition walls which can be shifted to meet the changing needs of residents. The invention aims to reduce waste and carbon while also improving living conditions for those who cannot afford expensive refurbishments.

Study of 2,500-year-old latrines from the biblical Kingdom of Judah shows the ancient faeces within contain Giardia - a parasite that can cause dysentery.

The University of Cambridge collections, together with Colchester + Ipswich Museums, Norfolk Museums Service and Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery, will join the Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) scheme funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Pedagogy - May 17

New research shows proportion of international education aid for early childhood learning fell to just 1.1% post-pandemic, far short of an agreed 10% target.

Physics - May 10

Using X-rays to see inside the human body has revolutionised non-invasive medical diagnostics. However, the dose of X-rays required for imaging is far higher than background levels, due to the poor performance of the detector materials currently available.

Study following Chicagoans over a 25-year period suggests over half of the city's Black and Hispanic population, and a quarter of its White population, have seen a shooting by age 40.

Health - May 3

Cambridge has been awarded two of Wellcome's eight new Discovery Research Platforms, the global charitable foundation announced today.

Researchers tested samples of raw pheasant dog food and discovered that the majority contained high levels of lead that could put dogs- health at risk if they eat it frequently. Lead is a toxic metal that negatively affects body systems of people and animals, with the nervous system being particularly sensitive.

Chemistry - May 18

Researchers have developed a solar-powered technology that converts carbon dioxide and water into liquid fuels that can be added directly to a car-s engine as drop-in fuel.

Health - May 18

Seven Cambridge researchers are among the 59 biomedical and health researchers elected to the Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship.

Health - May 11

The protection offered by COVID-19 vaccination declines more rapidly in people with severe obesity than in those with normal weight, scientists at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh have found.

Life Sciences - May 10

Seven outstanding Cambridge researchers have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Society, the UK-s national academy of sciences and the oldest science academy in continuous existence.

Health - May 5

Failure to implement active bystander training could thwart NHS attempts to tackle sexual harassment, say researchers at the University of Cambridge.

Psychology - May 3

Cambridge scientists are today launching a search to find people who have exceptional memory, as they attempt to understand why some people are much better at remembering than others.

Life Sciences - Apr 26

Cambridge scientists have shown how the brain's ability to clear out toxic proteins is impaired in Huntington's disease and other forms of dementia - and how, in a study in mice, a repurposed HIV drug was able to restore this function, helping prevent this dangerous build-up and slowing progression of the disease.

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