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Mammalian cell stained with fluorescence polymeric thermometers and falsely-coloured based on temperature gradients.
Researchers have shown that aggregation of amyloid-beta, one of two key proteins implicated in Alzheimer’s disease, causes cells to overheat and ‘fry like an egg.’
Mammalian cell stained with fluorescence polymeric thermometers and falsely-coloured based on temperature gradients.
Researchers have shown that aggregation of amyloid-beta, one of two key proteins implicated in Alzheimer’s disease, causes cells to overheat and ‘fry like eggs.’
Tessa Jowell and daughter Jess
The Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission (TJBCM) has awarded six new centres excellence status including the East of England service (Cambridge University Hospitals, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and Ipswich Hospital).
Autistic trans man at home looking out of a window
Autistic individuals are more likely to have chronic mental and physical health conditions, suggests new research from the University of Cambridge. Autistic individuals also report lower quality healthcare than others.
A team of researchers from the UK and Japan has found that the tiny defects which limit the efficiency of perovskites – cheaper alternative materials for solar cells – are also responsible for structural changes in the material that lead to degradation.
Anthony Freeling
The University of Cambridge has appointed Dr Anthony Freeling as its Acting Vice-Chancellor with effect from 1 October 2022.  His term of office is expected to be six months.
Couple watching TV
Watching too much TV is associated with increased risk of coronary heart disease regardless of an individual’s genetic makeup, say a team of scientists at the University of Cambridge and the University of Hong Kong.

Alumni are invited to the Institute's of Continuing Education's Undergraduate Virtual Open Day on Saturday 25 June.

Two smiling scientists in a lab
Researchers have developed a low-cost device that can selectively capture carbon dioxide gas while it charges. Then, when it discharges, the CO2 can be released in a controlled way and collected to be reused or disposed of responsibly.
Etna Volcano Eruption 12 January 2011
New research led by the University of Cambridge is the first to obtain a detailed 'image' of an unusual pocket of rock at the boundary layer with Earth’s core, some three thousand kilometres beneath the surface.

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