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Researchers at the Cambridge Science Festival reveal latest insights into the brain

Scientists at the forefront of neuroscience discuss the latest research into hallucinations, dementia, autism, OCD and eating disorders.

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Cambridge Science Festival showcases new research at the forefront of healthcare and medicine

From growing organs in the lab and 3D printing of living cells to new treatments for hardened arteries.

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Climate change takes centre stage at Cambridge Science Festival

What could happen if we don’t act now? How long do we have to act? The Festival examines the science and suggests actions and solutions.

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Cambridge Science Festival examines the effects and ethics of artificial intelligence

How is artificial intelligence shaping our world? AI features heavily as part of a series of events that cover new technologies at the Festival.

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Cambridge Science Festival launches 2020 programme

Predictive policing, mini organs, growing food underground, global mega-fires and the limits of human endurance, just a few of the topics explored at the Festival.

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Read more at: Cambridge, Ely and Peterborough come to life with LifeLab

Cambridge, Ely and Peterborough come to life with LifeLab

Public spaces in Cambridge, Ely and Peterborough came alive with pop-up labs as shopping centres, cafes, pubs and entertainment venues became sites of discovery.

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Read more at: LifeLab 2019 – discovery on your doorstep

LifeLab 2019 – discovery on your doorstep

LifeLab has launched an exciting programme of events for Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September 2019, transforming parts of Cambridge, Peterborough and Ely into discovery zones for the weekend.

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Read more at: Biomedical Campus welcomes back the Science Festival

Biomedical Campus welcomes back the Science Festival

Visit Cambridge Biomedical Campus on Sunday 24 March and see the difference hospitals, researchers and industry are making to the healthcare both now and in the future.

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Read more at: Cambridge Science Festival prepares for another busy weekend

Cambridge Science Festival prepares for another busy weekend

Is the Milky Way special? Can smartphone apps help change people’s behaviour? What’s in our genes and what isn’t?

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Cambridge Science Festival welcomed famous visitor on Saturday

On Saturday 16 th March, actor, television presenter, writer, director, comedian, and producer, Warwick Davis and his wife visited the Discovering Sepsis exhibit on behalf of the UK Sepsis Trust

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