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An 'astonishing' deficit of data about how the global boom in educational technology could help pupils with disabilities in low and middle-income countries has been highlighted in a new report.
Elderly man's hands
Scientists have identified new genetic clues in people who have had small and often apparently ‘silent’ strokes that are difficult to treat and a major cause of vascular dementia, according to research led by the University of Cambridge and published in The Lancet Neurology.
Composite image of Cambridge musicians
The University of Cambridge is creating a Centre for Music Performance (CMP) to transform the visibility, scale, ambition and reach of musical life at Cambridge.
Visualisation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
A UK-wide study is being launched to reduce the number of people who die in the months following a stay in hospital with COVID-19.
Dog by Syed Ahmad
Following the announcement in July 2020 of the closure of the Animal Health Trust, The Kennel Club Canine Genetics Centre will officially re-open and be located at the University of Cambridge where its vital research into dog genetics and inherited canine conditions can continue.  
LHCb experiment
UK particle physicists have today announced ‘intriguing’ results that potentially cannot be explained by the current laws of nature.

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the power of publicly-funded research in tackling the biggest global health crisis of the past century.

Coronavirus
UK researchers are launching a clinical trial to investigate if the drug niclosamide, usually used to treat tapeworms, can prevent COVID-19 infection in vulnerable, high risk kidney patients and reduce the number of people who become seriously ill or die from it.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the power of publicly-funded research in tackling the biggest global health crisis of the past century. The strength of the response by universities has underlined the country’s genuine claim to be a global research superpower delivering real-world benefits to society. 
Professor Mauro F. Guillén
Professor Mauro F Guillén, a prominent expert, award-winning scholar and teacher at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has been appointed the next Director of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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