Using antibodies to detect cancerous cells may be the way forward in the detection of cervical and other cancers. This is the ground-breaking finding of Dr Gareth Williams and colleagues at the Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research Campaign Institute.
20 January 2000
Today the second in a series of articles by Judith Judd appears in The Independent, exploring the realities of the admissions process at Cambridge.
20 December 1999
Two Cambridge academics have been included in the government's list of appointments to the new Human Genetics Commission. Professor Martin Richards is Director of the University's Centre for Family Research and Professor Bruce Ponder is Head of the Department of Oncology.
15 December 1999
03 December 1999
The first complete survey of student completion and background published by HEFCE shows that Cambridge University has the lowest drop-out rate of all Universities at 1%. The benchmark set by the Government for drop-out projections was 6%, and Cambridge's closest statistically valid comparison, Oxford University, also achieved a low drop-out of 2%.