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With cutting edge training equipment, a central city location, and amazing views over the River Cam, Blue Fitness is the perfect place to keep fit and healthy in Cambridge.

Get your diaries at the ready - 2017 is going to be a busy year. With lots of events on the horizon, there's sure to be a reason to reconnect with Cambridge in the months ahead.

You won’t be alone if you’re considering a change of employer, or even a change of career, over the coming weeks.

A lot of alumni will be familiar with China’s soaring levels of pollution, grabbing headlines around the world. Many entrepreneurs like myself are trying to find ways of fixing the problem.

Could a Mediterranean diet keep your brain young? That is the tantalising finding from a study out this week. Writing on The Conversation website, Professor Paul Fletcher from the Department of Psychiatry investigates the findings.
Economists at the Centre for Business Research (CBR) have challenged the assumptions of the Treasury in their new forecast for the UK economy and the impact of Brexit in 2017.
The largest-ever smartphone-based study examining the relationship between physical activity and happiness has found that even minimal levels of activity can have a positive effect on happiness. 
Over a third of new conservation science documents published annually are in non-English languages, despite assumption of English as scientific ‘lingua franca’. Researchers find examples of important science missed at international level, and practitioners struggling to access new knowledge, as a result of language barriers.
Cambridge research that will enable scientists to grow and study embryos in the lab for almost two weeks has been named as the People’s Choice for Science magazine’s ‘Breakthrough of the Year 2016’

The Cambridge Alumni Society of San Diego have had a busy few months with their events, read the highlights!

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