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Phyllis Agbo dressed in Team GB kit, holding a javelin and looking to her left.
Phyllis Agbo (Trinity 2004) competed internationally in athletics for over 15 years, mainly as a Heptathlete. This included representing Great Britain & NI in many European League fixtures, as well as England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. She graduated with a degree in Natural Sciences.
Dr Sai Shivareddy and Professor Clare Grey
Nyobolt, the pioneer of end-to-end fast-charging battery systems, announces £50 million funding which will enable the company to enter a stage of manufacturing at scale.  
Dr Sai Shivareddy and Professor Clare Grey
Nyobolt, the pioneer of end-to-end fast-charging battery systems, announces £50 million funding which will enable the company to enter a stage of manufacturing at scale.  
Rear view of sports teacher practicing Yoga with her students at school gym
A standardised schools-based mindfulness training programme did not help young people’s mental health and well-being overall, but did improve school culture and reduce teachers’ burn out, a new study has found.
Researcher looking at flask in lab
The University of Cambridge has formed a new agreement with AstraZeneca for the global biopharmaceuticals company to fund 55 additional PhD studentships over the next five years, starting in October 2022. Over the last 20 years, AstraZeneca has funded more than 100 PhD students from the University as part of a longstanding partnership between the two institutions.
The University of Cambridge today launches a new research centre dedicated to exploring the possibilities of a world shared by both humans and machines with artificial intelligence (AI).
Characters from the Cambridge Latin Course, Book One
The latest edition of the leading Latin course has been designed to more accurately depict the roles of women, minorities and enslaved people in the Roman world.
Marine ecosystem
Lithium extraction from the deep sea, overfishing of deeper-water species, and the unexpected ocean impacts of wildfires on land are among 15 issues experts warn we ought to be addressing now.
Toad in a tree
Volunteers surveying dormice and bats in trees have made the unexpected discovery of over 50 common toads in nest boxes and tree cavities at least 1.5 metres high.
Water sample in test tube
Scientists say continuous monitoring of the cholera bug genome is key to preventing outbreaks of new variants.

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