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Tue 28 Nov 2017
How conservation organisations are embracing the market
Libby Blanchard authors chapter in new book, The Anthropology of Conservation Organisations.
Fri 24 Nov 2017
The opportunities and risks of bioengineering
Dr Christian Boehm co-authors article on the long- and short-term opportunities and risks presented by bioengineering.
Thu 23 Nov 2017
Understanding cancer resistant species
Fazal Hadi speaks about his research into why the naked mole-rat is cancer resistant.
Wed 22 Nov 2017
Double success for Gates Cambridge couple
Douglas Brumley and Natalia Egorova both win Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards.
Tue 21 Nov 2017
Scholar leads review of self-assembled molecules research
Dr Derrick Roberts leads review of growing field of research in chemistry.
Thu 16 Nov 2017
Rising Tides bring innovation prize
Victoria Herrmann wins the JM Kaplan Fund Innovation Prize to fund a research project on the impact of sea-level rise.
Wed 15 Nov 2017
Supporting innovation and business ideas in Africa
Queen Nworisara Quinn on creating spaces where different sectors can collaborate in the interests of African innovation and enterprise.
Thu 09 Nov 2017
The politics of whiteness in Africa
Danelle van Zyl-Hermann has co-edited a special issue on contemporary discussions around white communities in Africa.
Mon 06 Nov 2017
Speeding up the spread of information
Hayk Saribekyan talks about his research on distributed computing and how it could eventually be applied to biological systems.
Thu 02 Nov 2017
Preventing a genetic uprising in early life
Research study led by Dr Rebecca Berens finds first evidence that endosiRNAs moderate transposon activity during DNA demethylation.
Thu 02 Nov 2017
Monitoring bridge infrastructure
Kasun Kariyawasam speaks at UK Bridge Owners Forum on safeguarding national bridge assets in the UK against scour-induced failures.
Mon 30 Oct 2017
Scholars to speak at Internal Symposium
Four Scholars will address subjects ranging from memory formation to the ethics of cancer screening.