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The debilitating behaviours and all-consuming thoughts, which affect people with severe obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), could be significantly improved with targeted deep brain stimulation, according to new research published today.
Substantial variations in past sea ice cover in the Norwegian Sea were instrumental for several abrupt climate changes in large parts of the world, researchers have found. 
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Dr Jessica Gardner, University Librarian, shares the books that have shaped her life.
Students from widening participation backgrounds, who narrowly miss out on receiving an offer to study for an undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge, are to be given another opportunity to gain a place on a course, once their A-level results are known. 
Smaller beetles who consistently lose fights over resources can gain a competitive advantage over their larger rivals by teaming up with another species. 
Events marking International Women’s Day 2019 - on Friday 8 March - are taking place across the University, its Colleges and institutions to raise awareness and take action for equality.
A second person has experienced sustained remission from HIV-1 after ceasing treatment, according to a study published today in Nature.
A programme of research collaboration between the University of Cambridge and the University of Michigan – which grew out of a scholarship programme founded in the 1960s between Magdalene College and Michigan – was celebrated at a recent event in Cambridge.
Young adults at risk of developing problems with addiction show key differences in an important region of the brain, according to an international team led by researchers at the University of Cambridge.
Businesses need the skills to adapt to new technologies, such as 3D printing, but when they emerge fast and change quickly, how do workforces plan for the future? University researchers are collaborating with small and medium-sized enterprises in the region to help find the best upskill strategies for driving innovation. 

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