The women helping to change the story of ovarian cancer

Every patient with cancer has a story to tell of their journey through diagnosis and treatment. We meet a group of women who are at the centre of pioneering research in Cambridge that’s changing the outcome of ovarian cancer – helping to create treatments that are as unique as their stories.

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The life-changing artificial pancreas

An artificial pancreas developed by Cambridge researchers is helping protect very young children with type 1 diabetes at a vulnerable time of their lives. New research shows that it is both safe to use and more effective at managing their blood sugar levels than current technology.

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Samurai: History and Legend

Treasures from one of the world’s most important collections of Japanese literature will go on public display for the first time at Cambridge University Library from Saturday (Jan 22). 

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Change with purpose

Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations, Professor Andy Neely, on why universities need to work with business partners, the challenges of doing so and the satisfaction of making things happen.

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