Scientists have created the most comprehensive method yet to predict a woman’s risk of breast cancer, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Cambridge. The study, funded by Cancer Research, is published today in Genetics in Medicine.
"My time in Cambridge stirred in me a genuine desire to give back and encourage people, from similar backgrounds or otherwise, to believe that they can reach higher." - Kachi Ginigeme (Hughes Hall 2012)
Your round-up of news from the Cambridge University Ice Hockey Club (CUIHC), including Captains' reports from the Eskimos, Men's Blues and Women's Blues, and details of the Varsity Match in Courchevel.
Research shows how financial markets should have predicted Brexit hours before they eventually did, and that betting markets beat currency markets to the result by an hour – producing a “close to risk-free” profit-making opportunity, according to economists.
Professor Pauline Rose, Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre in the Faculty of Education, discusses recent research investigating the effectiveness of charitable donations.