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Cambridge Biomedical Campus supplement - November 2018

Cambridge Biomedical Campus supplement - November 2018

Learn more about the campus through the CBC supplement

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Dem bones, dem bones and joints too

Dem bones, dem bones and joints too

To mark World Bone and Joint Week, two experts are set to explain how they are tackling diseases such as arthritis which have such a...

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Cambridge Biomedical Campus - Recovery Week

Cambridge Biomedical Campus - Recovery Week

When people have an operation, are diagnosed with an illness or suddenly need medical help, the focus is rightly on what is happening...

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East of England to benefit from medical school alliance

East of England to benefit from medical school alliance

Following the announcement from Health Education England (HEE) this week, bodies across the East of England havewelcomed the confirmation...

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 Set your clocks forward as Science and Healthcare come alive

Set your clocks forward as Science and Healthcare come alive

This Sunday (25 March), the Cambridge Science Festival comes to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus to conclude two weeks of insight for our...

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British Science Week

British Science Week

Cambridge is the Capital of UK Life Sciences. The Life Sciences sector employs over 13,000 people in 431 companies.  But...

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New Chair announced at CUHP

New Chair announced at CUHP

Laurel Powers-Freeling has today (Thursday 15 February) been announced as the new independent Chair of Cambridge University Health...

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Cambridge Biomedical Campus Heart week

Cambridge Biomedical Campus Heart week

Your heart is amazing. It beats roughly 100,000 times a day. During a year it will pump about 250million litres of blood around...

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Learning to mend a broken heart

Learning to mend a broken heart

Want to know how science is finding new ways to help the heart recover from damage, disease and stroke? On Tuesday 13 February, there...

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Films from 'How has Cambridge become the Capital of UK Life Sciences' - 17 January

Films from 'How has Cambridge become the Capital of UK Life Sciences' - 17 January

With 431 companies, employing over 13,000 people and a list of world leading companies and institutions based in the city, Cambridge has...

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LMB: Blue skies thinking

LMB: Blue skies thinking

The presentation from Sir Hugh Pelham from the MRCs LMB at the 'How has Cambridge become the Capital of UK Life Sciences' event

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What Science can do

What Science can do

The presentation from Dr Andy Williams from AstraZeneca at the 'How has Cambridge become the Capital of UK Life Sciences' event

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