Blog

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...

Find out more
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...

Find out more
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...

Find out more
Papworth celebrate 21 years of Thoracic Oncology Unit

Papworth celebrate 21 years of Thoracic Oncology Unit

Members of the Papworth Thoracic Oncology service were joined by colleagues and supporters to mark the 21st anniversary of the Thoracic...

Find out more

Cambridge Biomedical Campus Cancer Week - An interview with Ingela Oberg

Name: Ingela Oberg Age: 44 Where do you live: Newmarket How long have you worked...

Find out more
Cambridge Biomedical Campus Cancer Week

Cambridge Biomedical Campus Cancer Week

There are now an estimated 2.5 million people living with cancer in the UK, a figure which is predicted to rise to 4 million by 2030....

Find out more
Call of duty: fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone

Call of duty: fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone

Working in a lab as a basic scientist can often seem far removed from the real world. A year since the World Health Organization declared...

Find out more
Keeping patients safe in hospital

Keeping patients safe in hospital

Healthcare is a complex beast and too often problems arise that can put patients’ health – and in some cases, lives – at risk. A...

Find out more
Body of work: the silent teacher helping students learn anatomy

Body of work: the silent teacher helping students learn anatomy

For over 450 years, students have been studying anatomy at Cambridge through whole body dissection. But students find that they learn far...

Find out more
Can we do this better? Building research capacity amongst Cambridge’s nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

Can we do this better? Building research capacity amongst Cambridge’s nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

The Primary Care Unit at the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine have kindly shared Christi Deaton’s work...

Find out more
Man on a mission to beat cancer

Man on a mission to beat cancer

This article is taken from CAM – the Cambridge Alumni Magazine, edition 79 and is an interview by Lucy JolinThirty years ago,...

Find out more
Multi-drug resistant infection spreading globally among cystic fibrosis patients

Multi-drug resistant infection spreading globally among cystic fibrosis patients

A multi-drug resistant infection that can cause life-threatening illness in people with cystic fibrosis (CF) and can spread from patient...

Find out more