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Dementia: How close are we to having effective treatments – and could we even prevent dementia from occurring in the first place? Researchers at the University of Cambridge describe some of the progress now being made against this devastating disease.

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'It should be about developing sustainable partnerships, about developing local capacity. With training and support, local researchers have the ability to respond to these outbreaks; they just need the equipment and the infrastructure.'

A year after the Ebola outbreak was declared over, Professor Ian Goodfellow talks about what he has learned from working on location to fight the disease.

Call of duty: fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone

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You don't have to be absolutely minted to see these in our free exhibition! #ulCuriousObjects #UL600
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Charlotte studied languages at Churchill College and graduated in 2014. She went on to help in the Ebola crisis response and is now working in Ethiopia. She shares her experiences ...

Graduate, get a job … make a difference #2

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Curious Objects - Ganjifa playing cards

“These Curious Objects are Ganjifa - playing cards and card games from India, Iran and the Arab world, and are thought to date from the early 18th century.

Made of tortoiseshell and finely decorated, they must have belonged to someone absolutely minted.

Introduced into India by the Mughals, the game of chance played with these cards was popular from...
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"We show that the IMF has undermined health systems – a legacy of neglect that affects West Africa’s progress towards achieving universal health coverage."

IMF lending conditions curb healthcare investment in West Africa, study finds

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"Genetic studies have been very successful at identifying genetic risk factors for Crohn’s disease, but have told us virtually nothing about why one person will get only mild disease while someone else might need surgery to treat their condition."

Crohn’s disease risk and prognosis determined by different genes, study finds

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St John's College and the Bridge of Sighs
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Inspiring alumna, Sophie Dundovic graduated in 2013 and went on to co-found a medical device company ....

Graduate, get a job, make a difference

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Economists at the Centre for Business Research have challenged the assumptions of the Treasury in their new forecast for the UK economy and the impact of Brexit in 2017.

New report on macro-economic impact of Brexit questions Treasury forecasts

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Whenever science is only published in one language, including solely in English, barriers to the transfer of knowledge are created.

Languages still a major barrier to global science, new research finds

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Good morning everybody. It's another cold one in Cambridge.
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Happy New Year!

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Congratulations to the Cambridge researchers named in the 2017 New Year Honours.

University people recognised in 2017 New Year Honours list

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Frosty morning in Cambridge today!

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What do we talk about when we talk about Christmas?

Festive tastes have changed but Christmas is still a cracker

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Santa Pete watches the queue for A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at King's College, Cambridge. Listen to the service live at 3pm on BBC Radio 4, the World Service or American Public Media - check your local listings.

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