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Read more at: Biomedical Campus welcomes back the Science Festival

Biomedical Campus welcomes back the Science Festival

19 March 2019

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

19 March 2019

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

18 March 2019

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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Read more at: Ground Zero Earth – a new exhibition showing the time is now or the future is never

Ground Zero Earth – a new exhibition showing the time is now or the future is never

13 March 2019

From climate change to political unrest, we live in uncertain times. A Black Mirror style art exhibition that explores our future and our reality in this pivotal moment of uncertainty runs throughout Festival.

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Read more at: What a Nerve!

What a Nerve!

12 March 2019

Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell institute, the MS Society Cambridge and District Group and Growing Art Partnerships host an art exhibition and talks exploring all aspects of living with Multiple Sclerosis

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Read more at: Global research could save Fen wetlands and address world food security

Global research could save Fen wetlands and address world food security

11 March 2019

A global research programme that could address the world’s looming food security crisis and protect sensitive natural ecosystems is the topic of a talk this Tuesday as part of Cambridge Science Festival.

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Read more at: Vice-Chancellor hails 25th Anniversary of Cambridge Science Festival

Vice-Chancellor hails 25th Anniversary of Cambridge Science Festival

11 March 2019

We see it as a central part of our mission to share the remarkable work that goes on, often unseen by the wider public.

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Read more at: Cambridge prepares for Science Festival launch

Cambridge prepares for Science Festival launch

4 March 2019

Do scientist or the media decide what science we see? Can we prepare for and manage climate change? How can we reinvent ourselves for the future? Will we survive as a species?

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Read more at: Cambridge Science Festival journeys into outer space

Cambridge Science Festival journeys into outer space

28 February 2019

The nature of black holes, the secret life of stars and the reasons why our celestial neighbourhood is so special are just a few of the space-related events at the Festival.

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Read more at: Hundreds of ‘cool’ family events at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival

Hundreds of ‘cool’ family events at this year’s Cambridge Science Festival

20 February 2019

Which are cooler, dinosaurs or mammals? Were Neanderthals fussy eaters? Why are vile viruses and funky fungi so important to the human body? Awesome breakthroughs, controversial lightbulb moments and explosive insights revealed.

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