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Cambridge researchers develop robotic 'Third Thumb' to boost productivity
June 26, 2024

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed a controllable robotic extra thumb which is designed to enhance productivity – and tests show people have no trouble using it.


Historic 1900s bowling machine recreated by Cambridge engineers
June 25, 2024

Engineers from the University of Cambridge have recreated an historic bowling machine which bested an Australian international cricketer four times more than 100 years ago.


Cambridge Science Centre moves to new home
June 18, 2024

Cambridge Science Centre has moved to a new state-of-the-art home on Cambridge Science Park, through a partnership with park owners, Trinity College.


Cambridge tech ecosystem valued at more than £150bn
May 25, 2024

The thriving Cambridge tech ecosystem is worth more than £150bn and represents 18% of the entire UK’s tech ecosystem, new data has revealed.


Cambridge experts warn about impact of AI ‘deadbots’
May 21, 2024

Experts from the University of Cambridge are warning about the impact of so-called AI deadbots on the loved ones of the deceased individuals they are mimicking.


‘Post apocalyptic’ Cambridgeshire wasteland to be transformed into life science campus
May 14, 2024

An abandoned sewage works in Hauxton, Cambridgeshire, which was described by a councillor as being like a “post-apocalyptic wasteland”, will be transformed into a new life science campus after outline planning permission for the project was approved.


Cambridge city centre once again crowned UK’s number one
April 23, 2024

Cambridge city centre has regained its crown as the UK’s most popular shopping destination, new research has revealed.


AI as good as expert doctors in assessing eye conditions
April 19, 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) is as good as some expert eye doctors when it comes to assessing eye conditions, new research has found.


Britain industrialised over a century earlier than first thought, new research suggests
April 11, 2024

The Industrial Revolution began in Britain under the reign of the Stuarts in the 17th century – more than 100 years earlier than history books credit – new research suggests.


Partnership to boost STEM access in East Cambridge
March 27, 2024

A new partnership has been created to help children in East Cambridge get better access to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through hands-on workshops.

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