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A new joint innovation by the University of Cambridge and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK's National Measurement Institute, could pave the way for redefining the ampere in terms of fundamental constants of physics.
We hope that our discoveries can pave the way to helping us understand how cancers develop drug resistance - Nitzan Rosenfeld - By tracking changes in patients' blood, Cambridge scientists have created a new way of looking at how tumours evolve in real-time and develop drug resistance.
Our results emphasise the importance of a more general evolutionary view of cognition - - Fish have the ability to communicate with each other while hunting their prey in ways that were previously known only for humans, great apes, and ravens, according to new research.
Cambridge archaeologists are illuminating some of the oldest graphic art of the past, by applying some of the most advanced graphic technology of the present.
English speakers who are 18 or under use the word 'like' in conversation over five times as often as speakers who are over 70; 'because' is the most misspelled English word globally; the word 'love' is said and written over six times more frequently than the word 'hate'.
In this particular type of the disease these genetic 'fine tuners' seem to help control the immune system's fight against breast cancer.
Quantum laws loom ever larger in physical world as new research finds quantum phenomena in effect on a molecular level - The balance between the activation energy and the energy barrier that sticks the molecules to the surface is critical in determining which networks are able to form under different conditions.
A ground-breaking report examining the experiences of nearly 50 British women of all ages, ethnicities, backgrounds and faiths (or no faith) - who have all converted to Islam - was launched in London yesterday by the University of Cambridge.
In a talk on Monday (20 May 2013) Dr Simon Nightingale will explore how painterly interpretations of the countryside were embedded into the literature of agricultural improvement in a way that might surprise modern readers. - Dismissed as outdated flights of fancy, an important aspect of Young's writing has been lost to modern audiences.
Development of a sophisticated artificial pancreas holds potential to transform the lives of patients with Type 1 diabetes.
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