Professor Nigel Slater, from the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, describes how the influx of ideas and principles from non-biological disciplines is shaping a new biology.
Froghoppers, the champion jumpers of the insect world, can leap 100 times their body length by using a structure similar to an archer's bow.
The Cambridge Stem Cell Initiative enters its second phase with the launch of the Laboratory for Regenerative Medicine.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has signed its first agreement with the University to optimise the early clinical development of new GSK medicines for obesity and addictive disorders.
New research shows that it's not just having conversations with children that matter, it's the quality of the content.
A test to show whether a person may be genetically predisposed to suffer one of the most prevalent forms of blindness in the elderly - before symptoms arise - has moved a step closer to reality after a licence agreement involving Cambridge Enterprise.
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.