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Placenta adapts and compensates when pregnant mothers have poor diets or low oxygen

Cambridge researchers have discovered the placenta regulates how much oxygen and nutrients it transports to babies during challenging pregnancies in a study using mice to model conditions in the womb.
Tags: Health, Cambridge


12 royal ladies who dared to bare in split-leg dresses

From the Duchess of Cambridge to the Duchess of Sussex and Queen Letizia, we count our...
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9 times the Countess of Wessex dazzled us with her off-duty wardrobe

The Duchess of Sussex and the Duchess of Cambridge may be top of the list when it comes to...
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Memoirist Retraces Her Journey From Survivalist Childhood To Cambridge Ph.D.

Growing up, Tara Westover had no birth certificate, never saw a doctor and didn't go to school. She writes about her transition into the mainstream in Educated. Originally broadcast Feb. 20, 2018.
Tags: News, Cambridge, Tara Westover


Hinako Omori Reimagines KT Tunstall's "Human Being" in New Remix (premiere)

None Over the past year, KT Tunstall released her sixth studio album, WAX. The second in a trilogy intent on journeying through the spirit, body, and mind, the album was a notable success for the celebrated rock artist. Now, Tunstall has given over the reins to one of its singles, "Human Being", to her close friend, keyboardist and backing vocalist Hinako Omori. Omori's reimagining of Tunstall's tune is striking, offering a great turn of atmosphere compared to the original composition. Dreamily...
Tags: Music, Toronto, Pop, Washington Dc, Manchester, Cambridge, Nashville, Philadelphia, Detroit, Premiere, Max, Electronic, Alternative Rock, Kt Tunstall, New York Ny, Zurich Switzerland


Boston Tech Watch: Nantucket, Lionbridge, Nano-C, Barac & Quick Base

Nantucket entrepreneurs welcome, and acquisitions abound. There are also new owners, new offices and new money in the bank for Boston-area technology companies this week. Read on for the details.—Sense, the Cambridge, MA-based home electricity management technology startup, has partnered with Swiss utility technology company Landis+Gyr to put Sense’s technology in Landis’ Internet-of-things platform, the companies said. In addition, Landis+Gyr joined Sense’s previously announced $18 million Ser...
Tags: Translation, Deals, Startups, Internet Of Things, UK, New York, Entrepreneurship, Germany, Boston, Trends, Tech, Cybersecurity, Vc, Paris, Venture Capital, Cambridge


Boston and Cambridge lodging market bounces back after three strong months - by Sebastian Colella

Caption Through July, revenue per available room (RevPAR) in the Boston and Cambridge lodging m...
Tags: Boston, Radio, Cambridge, Sebastian Colella


Placentas adapt when mothers have poor diets or low oxygen during pregnancy

Cambridge researchers have discovered the placenta regulates how much oxygen and nutrients it transports to babies during challenging pregnancies in the first study of its kind. The placenta is one of the least understood human organs and it is notoriously difficult to study. This new research focused on analysing the placental mitochondria and it is hoped the new findings could lead to tests to determine whether a mother's placenta is functioning properly.
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Most 'Oxbridge' students are privately educated. One state school bucks this trend in a big way

Elite UK universities Oxford and Cambridge are renowned for stringent admissions policies and student populations weighted in favor of private schools, but one state school has had remarkable success in bucking that trend.
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‘Uncomfortable Art’ And #QueerMuseum: Alternative Museum Tours Are Catching On In Britain

Dan Vo leads groups on #QueerMuseum tours of Cambridge museums and the V&A, pointing out things like an Antarctic explorer’s scandalized notes on male-on-male penguin sex and a “gender-fluid” statue of Lucifer. Alice Procter’s “Uncomfortable Art” tours through the likes of the British Museum point out the ways colonialism pervades the collections. — The New York Times
Tags: Art, Britain, Cambridge, British Museum, Issues, Antarctic, 01.16.19, Dan Vo, Lucifer Alice Procter


Defying the odds

A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
Tags: London, News, Oxford, Cambridge


London state school secures 41 Oxbridge offers

A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
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'Defied the odds'

A school in one of London's poorest boroughs aims to send 41 students to Oxford or Cambridge this year.
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Kate's next family-friendly engagement in London revealed

The Duchess of Cambridge will pay a visit to Lewisham in London next week to carry out an...
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Everything You Need To Know About Influencer Caroline Calloway & Her Disastrous $165 Mason Jar Meet-Up

When Caroline Calloway, a 27-year-old Instagram influencer and writer, abruptly cancelled her tour of creativity workshops scheduled across America, all eyes were watching. Her lofty endeavors had gained notoriety on Twitter after writer Kayleigh Donaldson began documenting what she felt were Calloway's ill-advised attempts to throw together a multi-city tour that promised teachings, lunch, care packages, and personalized letters for every attendee."This woman is a blatant scammer who's now org...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Instagram, Washington, New York City, America, Paris, Oscar, Cambridge, Reddit, Manhattan, Seth Rogen, Cambridge University, Eventbrite, Insta


Gamblers predicted Brexit before traders or experts

A new study finds that gamblers reacted more quickly to news on Brexit than currency traders.On the night of the referendum, gamblers and odds makers figured out what would happen hours before traders, experts, and the BBC.The results are bad news for the idea that markets are perfectly efficient. Sometimes experts are wrong. This statement will shock some people and strike others as obvious. If we can't turn to experts, who can we turn to for information? If a new study published in the Interna...
Tags: Europe, Money, Markets, Eu, Bbc, Innovation, Cambridge, Behavioral Economics, Warren Buffet, Brexit, Francis Galton


Sophie Cookson & Judi Dench in First Trailer for Spy Drama 'Red Joan'

"I was fighting for the living! I loved my country!" Lionsgate UK has debuted the first official trailer for a modern spy drama titled Red Joan, telling the true story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB's longest-serving British spy. This premiered at the Toronto and Zurich Film Festivals last year and is opening in the UK this spring, but still doesn't have a US release yet. Judi Dench stars as "Red Joan", who first became a spy as a Cambridge physics student after falling for a yo...
Tags: UK, Movies, Trailer, US, Toronto, Cambridge, Judi Dench, Joan, KGB, Indies, Dench, To Watch, Sophie Cookson, Zurich Film Festivals, Red Joan, Joan Stanley


Cambridge hotels: 10 of the best places to stay

Valerie Teh selects the best places to stay in this historic university city [Author: Valerie Teh]
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Kate recycles her purple Oscar de la Renta outfit for a trip to the Royal Opera House

The Duchess of Cambridge is certainly having an action-packed week! Fresh from her...
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Kate invited backstage to meet ballet dancers at Royal Opera House – live updates

The Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed a magical day out at the Royal Opera House – an...
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Duchess Kate reveals the sweet subject Prince George is studying at school

The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed which subject Prince George is currently learning at...
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Child Stumps Kate Middleton With The Cutest Question About The Queen

The Duchess of Cambridge couldn't say whether the queen likes this super-popular food.
Tags: News, Cambridge, Stumps Kate Middleton


Brown closes out nonconference, beats D-III Johnson & Wales

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Desmond Cambridge scored 18 points with five 3-pointers and Brown beat Division III Johnson & Wales 100-61 on Monday night for its sixth straight win to close out the non-league schedule. Cambridge was coming off a 31-point game, with seven 3-pointers, in a 97-91 overtime victory over Canisius. He was 6 […]
Tags: News, Wales, Sports, Ap, Cambridge, Johnson, Providence, Brown, Canisius, Johnson Wales, Desmond Cambridge


Duchess Kate is casual cool at Islington's community garden

The Duchess of Cambridge looked her usual gorgeous self on Tuesday, as she paid a visit to...
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Kate reveals one thing she doesn't know about the Queen

The Duchess of Cambridge has struck up a good bond with the Queen since marrying Prince...
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Kate gets stuck into pizza making and gardening in Islington

The Duchess of Cambridge spent the day with children in Islington, visiting...
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Kate Middleton’s Brother Writes About His Intense Struggle With Depression

"It is an illness, a cancer of the mind," wrote James Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge's younger brother.
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What3Words breaks the world down into phrases

If you’re down in ///joins.slides.predict you may want to visit ///history.writing.closets or, if you’ve got a little money to spend, try the Bananas Foster at ///cattle.excuse.luggage. Either way, don’t forget to stop by ///plotting.nest.reshape before you fly out. If things go what3words way, that’s how you’ll be sending out addresses in the future. Founded by musician Chris Sheldrick and Cambridge mathematician Mohan Ganesalingam, the company has cut the world into three meter boxes that are ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Apps, Email, White House, Tech, Brooklyn, Alaska, United Nations, Cambridge, Tokyo, Airbnb, Red Cross, Mercedes-benz, Lonely Planet, TomTom


Terrorists Say Ignorant Grifters Lack Commitment.

Hoodlums with their hoods. The Telegraph reports that League Against Cruel Sports labelled 'parasitic organisation' by hunt saboteurs. Right.   A better title:  Terrorists say ignorant grifters lack commitment. LACS is a basket case, but it's always had one foot in the loony bin. A short history: The League began in Morden, a suburb of London in 1923. Henry Amos raised a protest against rabbit coursing, he was successful in motivating support and managed to achieve a ban. This ...
Tags: London, Pets, Labour, Cambridge, Telegraph, Bell, Amos, Rspca, Charity Commission, Hunt Saboteurs Association, Morden, Bryant, League, League Against Cruel Sports, Mark Davies, The Times of London


Duchess Kate's private birthday celebrations revealed - and the real reason Meghan didn't attend

Details of the Duchess of Cambridge's special 37th birthday celebrations have been...
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