A new test for blood cancers will catch many more cases than the present test that identifies only 60 per cent.
Viruses alter plant biochemistry in order to manipulate visiting aphids into spreading infection
Study finds no correlation between violent crime and flexible alcohol licensing following the 2003 Licensing Act, with researchers describing the policy intervention as “built on weak evidence”.
A new report released by Cambridge's Humanitarian Centre aims to set the agenda for a new round of international development goals in 2015.
Researchers have shown that tiny quantities of the protein tau can be enough to kick-start an aggregation process which may explain the onset of Alzheimer’s in the brain.
Big Data, Cardiovascular Disease, Public Policy and Synthetic Biology: new Strategic Research Initiatives27 Nov 2013
Four new targets have been added to the University of Cambridge’s Strategic Research Initiative program, which fosters multi-disciplinary collaboration to advance innovative research.
Modafinil, a drug typically used to treat sleep disorders, reduces depression’s severity when taken with antidepressants27 Nov 2013
Researchers believe findings could help the many individuals for whom anti-depressants offer little or no relief
New study reveals that the ban on alcohol multi-buy promotions in Scotland did not reduce the amount of alcohol purchased25 Nov 2013
Researchers advocate for stronger measures to reduce alcohol-related harm in the UK