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Researchers have identified how proteins that play a key role in Alzheimer’s disease are linked in a pathway that controls its progression, and that drugs targeting this pathway may be a potential new way of treating the disease.

On the centenary of the death of Rupert Brooke, King’s College announces the acquisition of a major collection of materials relating to one of the nation’s best-loved poets. The collection will join the existing Rupert Brooke archive at King’s to make the world’s leading resource.

Research into a ‘playful’ and increasingly popular urban language that grew out of the necessity for criminals to hide their true intent could help organisations in Uganda communicate better with the country’s huge young population.

An iconic building in the centre of Cambridge is, today, being named the David Attenborough Building, in honour of Sir David’s pioneering work in bringing the wonders of our natural world to our screens.

“Listen to your heart,” sang Swedish pop group Roxette in the late Eighties. But not everyone is able to tune into their heartbeat, according to an international team of researchers – and half of us under- or over-estimate our ability.

The Oxford and Cambridge Club of Nigeria successfully held its inaugural Oxbridge Debate 2015 on Tuesday 24th March, 2015 at the Muson Centre (Agip Recital Hall) Onikan, Lagos.

An exhibition that reimagines Greek hero Herakles as a 19th century colonist in New Zealand will open at the Museum of Classical Archaeology tomorrow (April 17).

Topping out event for pioneering new building which will provide a home for blue skies thinking and interaction with industry.

Students from Caius triumphed in the final of University Challenge last night (13 April), beating their rivals from Magdalen College, Oxford, 205 points to 105.

For a decade, Dr Robert Macfarlane has been compiling a dictionary of terms for nature and landscape in Britain.

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