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Artist's impression of planet formation
A team of astronomers have found that planet formation in our young Solar System started much earlier than previously thought, with the building blocks of planets growing at the same time as their parent star.
Boy taking part in a virtual lesson
Cambridge researchers have highlighted how lack of access to a computer was linked to poorer mental health among young people and adolescents during COVID-19 lockdowns.
The West Cambridge site was given a preview of the new zero-emission bus fleet that will carry passengers on the city’s Universal service from next summer.
PACE labels alongside menus
An experiment carried out across ten workplace cafeterias found no significant change in the overall number of calories purchased when food and drink labels showed the amount of physical activity required to burn off their calories.
PACE labels alongside menus
An experiment carried out across ten workplace cafeterias found no significant change in the overall number of calories purchased when food and drink labels showed the amount of physical activity required to burn off their calories.
Cell culture flasks in the incubator during manufacture of red blood cells
Cambridge researchers are taking part in the world’s first clinical trial of red blood cells that have been grown in a laboratory for transfusion into another person.
Cell culture flasks in the incubator during manufacture of red blood cells
Cambridge researchers are taking part in the world’s first clinical trial of red blood cells that have been grown in a laboratory for transfusion into another person.
Visitors in the Fitzwilliam Museum
Culture in Cambridge receives a boost with a £913,641 Arts Council England (ACE) award to the University’s museums and collections.
Woman holding a glass of whisky
People who have a past history of hospitalisation because of substance use disorders have much worse outcomes following the onset of a wide range of physical health conditions, according to researchers in the UK and Czechia.
Business woman with laptop
Family CEOs are more likely to make employees feel positive about their workplace and stay longer, finds a new study.

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