Parents with children conceived through assisted reproduction are likely to have good family relationships, but if they are going to tell their child about their donor conception, they should do so at an early age, Cambridge researchers have revealed.
A new centre which will research the vital biological interactions between a mother and her fetus launched today, Wednesday 9 July, at the University of Cambridge.
Teenagers from two schools visited the Centre for Mathematical Sciences this week to show how they'd unearthed valuable data on disease dynamics during a nine-month research initiative organised by the Millennium Mathematics Project in partnership with the Disease Dynamics Research Group, and funded by the Wellcome Trust.
Conserving biodiversity must be considered when developing plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation, researchers warn in today’s edition of Science. Scientists support plan but urge initiatives to protect biodiversity.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge have found impulsivity, a trait often associated with addicts’ behaviour, predicts whether casual drug use will lead to compulsive drug use. Their findings are reported in this week’s edition of Science.
A Cambridge astronomer’s identification of the remnant of the most recent supernova in the Milky Way is set to fill in major gaps in our knowledge of the exploding stars.
A Sino-British project is examining the history of China’s first age of modern globalisation, enabling China and Britain to rediscover their interconnected past.