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Scientists discover a natural 'goo' in bones that stops them from shattering
The Independent
In the past he has written freelance for Wired, the New Statesman and the Financial Times. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have shed new light on the composition of bones, revealing for the first time the reason that they break but rarely shatter.

How often is prostate cancer misdiagnosed?
The headline is worrying: "half of prostate cancer misdiagnosed". It came from a Cambridge University study which followed hundreds of men who were given a prostate cancer diagnosis. Half of the men who were told they had a less serious form of the disease ...

Jostein Hauge
Think Africa Press
Jostein Hauge is doing a PhD at the University of Cambridge, researching economic growth and industrialisation in sub-Saharan Africa. He previously worked in Eritrea for the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Commission.

Graduate careers in Cambridge
Target Jobs
If you’re not technologically minded, however, there are still plenty of graduate opportunities on offer within the Cambridge area, as its city-in-the-country standard of living has made it popular with a wide range of recruiters. The University of ...

Prostate cancer tests underestimate severity
Healthcare Today
A study, carried out the by the University of Cambridge, looked at men with prostate cancer. The 847 men had their cancer graded before and after surgery between 2007 and 2011. 415 were told that their cancer was slow-growing; however, of these 415 ...

Ground breaking #weareinternational campaign attracts 100th supporter
The University of Sheffield
Falmouth joins other leading universities from the four corners of the UK including the University of Cambridge, Cardiff University, University of St Andrews and Queen’s University Belfast. Professor Sir Keith Burnett, Vice-Chancellor of the University ...

Discoveries: Art, Science and Exploration from the University of Cambridge Museums
The List
An exploration of the frontiers of discovery and exploration collected from the museums of Cambridge University, including such items as a tinamou egg accidentally cracked by Charles Darwin, a complete skeleton of a dodo, Inuit snow goggles and cutting ...

Studying abroad: University of Manchester hopes for Nobel Laureates from Pakistan
Pakistan Defence
... ranks third in UK The University of Manchester is a research-led university and its research is academically ranked third in the UK. It follows Oxford and Cambridge universities. There are 100,000 students in the vibrant city of Manchester, 40,000 of ...

UK universities drop down rankings
Sunday Post
In first place was Harvard University, followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University. Cambridge was the highest placed UK institution in fourth spot, down from third last year, followed by Oxford in fifth, down one from fourth.

VIDEO & SLIDESHOW: Peregrine falcons move into Cambridge University Library tower
Cambridge News
Birds of prey have taken up residence in the tower of an iconic Cambridge building. A pair of peregrine falcons have been spotted mating on top of Cambridge University Library in West Road, prompting hopes they are here to stay and a brood is on the way.

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