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University architecture: from cloisters to tutorial pods
Financial Times
Stanton Williams’ Sainsbury Laboratory at the University of Cambridge won this same prize in 2012. In the university’s working botanical garden, the laboratory is an elegant but functional limestone building with giant glazed windows connecting the ...

Dropping one sugary soda a day could cut diabetes risk
This study can't answer the question of why, said lead researcher Dr. Nita Forouhi, of the University of Cambridge, in the United Kingdom. But other research has offered some theories, she added. "The metabolic effects of sweetened drinks include rapid ...

Worlds first natural birth for diabetic woman using artificial pancreas
Wilkins was the first mother to give birth using the device - which was developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge - outside the main research site at Cambridge. Previously, three different mothers who had used the device had given birth at ...

SKA’s permanent headquarters to be located at UK’s Jodrell Bank
Techie News
As per the UK plan – which is backed not only by the country’s government but also the University of Manchester and Cheshire East Council, as well as Oxford and Cambridge Universities – the SKA headquarters have been envisaged as being a unique ...

Swap soft drinks for water to reduce diabetes risk
The Scotsman
From the group, 847 were diagnosed with new-onset type 2 diabetes. Dr Nita Forouhi, of the UK Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit, University of Cambridge, said: “By using this detailed dietary assessment with a food diary, we were able to study ...

New study shows cutting sugary drinks can reduce diabetes risk
A study at Cambridge University has found that swapping a sugary drink each day for an unsweetened cup of tea or coffee can reduce the risk of diabetes by up to 25 percent. And with over 3.2 million people in the UK now suffering from type 2 diabetes ...

Replacing sugary drinks with water may reduce diabetes risk
NHS Choices
The study was carried out by researchers from the University of Cambridge, and was funded by The Medical Research Council UK and Cancer Research UK. It was published in the peer-reviewed medical journal Diabetologia. The UK media's coverage of the study ...

Are you a student? You're £6,045 richer than you think
Cambridge - where the students are poor The survey of 1,000 students at ten leading universities found Birmingham was top of the rich list with under graduates having £6,991 worth of possessions in their digs. Exeter University was second with £6,694 and ...

UK criminals swap traditional methods for digital misdeeds
Financial Times
But a Cambridge university study, seen exclusively by the Financial Times, argues that levels of cyber crime are “significantly higher” than the official statistics suggest — and presents evidence that indicates falls in old-school offences such as ...

A glass of water a day 'can cut diabetes risk by a quarter'
The Daily Express
The latest findings by the Medical Research Council epidemiology unit at the University of Cambridge suggests water could be a simple solution. Lead scientist Dr Nita Forouhi said: “Our research adds further evidence to the recommendation from the World ...

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