Professor Paul Fletcher believes that exploring how the brain makes predictions about the world will help us to understand mental illness.
Scientists have found what they believe is the missing link between heart failure, our genes and our environment. The study could open up completely new ways of managing and treating heart disease.
Cambridge BioResource provides a new approach to understanding why some of us suffer from certain common diseases while others don't.
Around 80 people gathered at Lucy Cavendish College on Saturday to spend the afternoon enjoying a series of talks on the theme of the garden.
Cancer Research UK is the world's leading independent charity dedicated to cancer research, spending around £300 million a year on world-class research to beat cancer. In November 2008, the charity launched a five-year plan to focus research on core areas of science that will have the greatest impact on reducing cancer deaths, with an emphasis on cancers that have poor survival rates.