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CBC on Tour: How Cambridge Cancer is rewriting the story for cancer patients

CBC on Tour: How Cambridge Cancer is rewriting the story for cancer patients

Earlier this year, the government formally committed to fund a new Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital at Addenbrooke’s. This exciting...

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CBC on Tour: Catching cancer early – how long is a piece of string?

CBC on Tour: Catching cancer early – how long is a piece of string?

Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald spoke as part of our CBC on Virtual Tour about her practice-changing work on the early detection of cancer....

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Cambridge Biomedical Campus on Virtual Tour - Heart and Lung Research Institute - 26 August 2020

Cambridge Biomedical Campus on Virtual Tour - Heart and Lung Research Institute - 26 August 2020

This was the first in an online series of webinars which began with a focus on the Heart and Lung Research Institute which is rapidly...

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 Films from 'No more empty gestures - how the NHS will work with industry and research' - 17 January 2019

Films from 'No more empty gestures - how the NHS will work with industry and research' - 17 January 2019

There is little doubt that the UK is a leader in world class innovation in life sciences. Through advances in the understanding of...

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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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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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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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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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Cambridge Biomedical Campus Dementia Week

Cambridge Biomedical Campus Dementia Week

It is not until you speak to a relative of someone with dementia that you fully realise the impact of diseases of the brain. They will...

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Cambridge Biomedical Campus Learning Week - Carianne McIntosh – Graduate Construction Supervisor at Skanska Construction

As part of CBC Learning Week, here is a piece from Carianne McIntosh – Graduate Construction Supervisor at Skanska Construction who is...

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Cambridge Biomedical Campus Learning Week - Wafiq Oluokun Graduate Planner at Skanska Construction

Cambridge Biomedical Campus Learning Week - Wafiq Oluokun Graduate Planner at Skanska Construction

As part of CBC Learning Week, here is a piece from Wafiq Oluokun, a Graduate Planner at Skanska Construction who...

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Cambridge Biomedical Campus Learning Week

Cambridge Biomedical Campus Learning Week

As a wise person once said ‘You should never stop learning’. From the moment we are born, we develop new skills, absorb ideas and...

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