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Read more at: Manipulating single gene can reverse brain stem cell ageing in mice, scientists discover

Manipulating single gene can reverse brain stem cell ageing in mice, scientists discover

21 September 2021

Scientists studying the condition multiple sclerosis (MS) have identified that a single gene, when manipulated, can make older brain stem cells behave like younger, more efficient cells.


Read more at: Development study reveals origins of inflammatory bowel disease

Development study reveals origins of inflammatory bowel disease

8 September 2021

A new large-scale study mapped the cells in the human gut from early development through to adulthood, creating the most comprehensive cell atlas of the gut to date.


Read more at: Cambridge Children’s Hospital – Treating the whole child

Cambridge Children’s Hospital – Treating the whole child

2 September 2021

Professor David Rowitch, Principal Investigator at CSCI and Head of Paediatrics at the University of Cambridge discusses a bold new endeavour.


Read more at: Professor Anne Ferguson-Smith among female scientists leading success in 2021 Royal Society awards

Professor Anne Ferguson-Smith among female scientists leading success in 2021 Royal Society awards

26 August 2021

The Buchanan Medal has been awarded for her distinguished contribution to biomedical science.


Read more at: CSCI Affiliate Prof. Sarah Franklin is elected new Fellow of the Royal Academy

CSCI Affiliate Prof. Sarah Franklin is elected new Fellow of the Royal Academy

20 August 2021

Extending our congratulations in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the SHAPE subjects.


Read more at: Our Green Impact members win Silver Award from the University's Sustainability Team

Our Green Impact members win Silver Award from the University's Sustainability Team

10 August 2021

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Read more at: Lab-grown beating heart cells identify potential drug to prevent COVID-19-related heart damage

Lab-grown beating heart cells identify potential drug to prevent COVID-19-related heart damage

5 August 2021

Our Institute researchers have grown heart cells in the lab to reveal vulnerability to SARS-CoV-2 infection.


Read more at: Meet the winners of our annual Institute prizes

Meet the winners of our annual Institute prizes

5 July 2021

Discover more about the Institute members recognised for their outstanding contributions to research engagement, culture and integrity over the past year.


Read more at: Hendrich Lab researcher Seun Ogundele receives The Diana Award

Hendrich Lab researcher Seun Ogundele receives The Diana Award

29 June 2021

The Diana Award is the highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts.


Read more at: Tracing oncogene-driven remodeling of the intestinal stem cell niche

Tracing oncogene-driven remodeling of the intestinal stem cell niche

7 June 2021

Mutant intestinal epithelial cells remodel their environment to gain competitive advantage, providing a first step in cancer initiation.