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Nobel Laureate, IVF pioneer Robert Edwards dead

Apr 10, 2013

Nobel Laureate, IVF pioneer Robert Edwards dead

Robert Edwards, a Nobel Laureate who was a pioneer of in vitro fertilization, has died. He was 87. #NewsTracker #University of Cambridge #IVF #Robert Edwards
Cambridge to study risks posed by artificial intelligence

Nov 26, 2012

Cambridge to study risks posed by artificial intelligence

Could computers become cleverer than humans and take over the world? Or is that just the stuff of science fiction? Philosophers and scientists at Britain's Cambridge University think the question deserves serious study. #University of Cambridge #TechBuzz #artificial intelligence
Cambridge invites Indians to apply for Manmohan scholarship

Nov 21, 2012

Cambridge invites Indians to apply for Manmohan scholarship

The University of Cambridge is inviting applications from Indian students for three Manmohan Singh Scholarships to study for PhD and MPhil courses starting in the autumn of 2013. #NewsTracker #University of Cambridge #Manmohan Singh Scholarship
When Nehru almost became chancellor of Cambridge

Oct 14, 2011

When Nehru almost became chancellor of Cambridge

As members of the University of Cambridge's Senate today queued in their traditional long black gowns to vote for the next chancellor of the 802-year- old institution, many remembered that Jawaharlal Nehru almost became its chancellor in 1950. #BuzzPatrol #Jawaharlal Nehru #University of Cambridge #V. K. Krishna Menon
Can an Indian make history at Cambridge?

Oct 13, 2011

Can an Indian make history at Cambridge?

Over eight centuries of tradition will be swept aside this weekend if an Indian origin grocer in Cambridge is elected to be the first non-white, first Muslim and first Asian chancellor of the University of Cambridge. #BuzzPatrol #Amartya Sen #University of Cambridge #Abdul Arain

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Can an Indian make history at Cambridge?

Jul 28, 2014

Cloaking devices could become a reality after scientists successfully build 'invisible' material using LIGHT

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed an 'invisible' metamaterial. They say their technique (illustration shown) can be scaled up to cloak large objects...
Can an Indian make history at Cambridge?

Jul 21, 2014

Myth that we use just 10% of our brains: Scientist says entire organ is in use all the time because nerves cells involved in thought are always active

Barbara Sahakian, professor of clinical neuropsychology at the University of Cambridge, said the idea that we only use a small percentage of our brain ‘doesn’t make any sense’...
Can an Indian make history at Cambridge?

Jul 23, 2014

Early puberty could increase a girl's chance of diabetes, heart disease and breast cancer, scientists warn

Researchers at Cambridge University believe a new study which found puberty is determined by which parent a girl inherits specific genes from could provide an insight into the diseases they may be at risk of later in life...
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