Ashok Venkitaraman FMedSci is the Ursula Zoellner Professor of Cancer Research at the University of Cambridge, and the Director of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Cancer Unit. He is internationally recognised for his work on the BRCA2 breast cancer gene.
Science has dominated Cambridge over the past two weeks and it was hard to miss the palpable buzz that infiltrated the city.
After their 2011 success in showcasing the use of plants as biological solar panels, a team from the Departments of Plant Sciences and Biochemistry are bring
Cambridge Science Festival is preparing for another jam-packed two days this coming weekend (22-23 March) as it once again presents hundreds of scientific ev
What effects if any do our diets have on health? How can we find health patterns in the population? What’s the truth about fat?
A remarkable new project that looks at brain donor’s involvement in brain research and the search for cures for dementia will be presented at this year’s Cam