A new imaging facility offers researchers in Cambridge and beyond the chance to see what lies within objects, without breaking them open.
Increased levels of stress hormones can lead pregnant mice to overeat, but affect growth of the foetus and, potentially, the long term health of the offspring, according to a study published today.
Cambridge joins a select group of universities thanks to national recognition for work on gender equality.
Stem cells – the body’s master cells – demonstrate a bizarre property never before seen at a cellular level, according to a study published today from scientists at the University of Cambridge.
Surgical implants are widely used in modern medicine but their effectiveness is often compromised by how our bodies react to them. Now, scientists at the University of Cambridge have discovered that implant stiffness is a major cause of this so-called foreign body reaction.
Deficiencies associated with spina bifida, heart defects and placental abnormalities.
Middle age is often viewed negatively – a time of gradual, uncontrolled decline. But according to Dr David Bainbridge, who will be speaking at the University of Cambridge’s Festival of Ideas, science suggests that it’s a crucially important period of our lives.