New sequencing technology is transforming epigenetics research, and could greatly improve understanding of cancer, embryo formation, stem cells and brain function.
Clare College yesterday marked the renewal of a partnership with Santander, through its Santander Universities Global Division, at a special ceremony held in the College hosted by the College’s Bursar, Mr Paul Warren.
Entries are invited for the 2013/14 Girton Humanities Writing Competition.
Cambridge in America (CAm), with Collegiate Cambridge, has recruited Ms. Yun Won Cho as its Executive Director to succeed John Hanselman who has retired.
A new test for blood cancers will catch many more cases than the present test that identifies only 60 per cent.
A campaign to save ancient documents chronicling 1,000 years of history has succeeded after £1.2m was raised by the universities of Cambridge and Oxford in their first-ever joint appeal.
The first weekend in December 2013 saw alumni and friends convene in Toronto for Cambridge and Canada: a meeting of minds.
Cambridge University Ice Hockey Club is pleased to present the 2013 edition of its alumni newsletter.
Lord Grabiner QC is to become the 45th Master of Clare College from the start of next academic year.