The University of Cambridge has topped a national league table which measures universities across the UK.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Beecroft
Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has marked a major milestone with the 'topping out' of its new headquarters in Cambridge.
The £500 million investment will bring hundreds of new jobs and see drugs company AstraZeneca's HQ move to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus near Addenbrooke's Hospital.
An engineer from Cambridge has made it through to the next stage of a competition to find two new astronauts for the Canadian Space Agency.
Last year 3,772 applications were received by the Canadian Space Agency after its announcement that it would add two new astronauts to its roster.
Dr Jenni Sidey has made the shortlist following a rigorous selection process which lasts almost a year and involves several interviews, written exams and a range of physical and mental fitness tests.
The University of Cambridge and the Institute of Engineering and Technology congratulated her.
Cambridge's newest railway station - Cambridge North - is to open next month.
It'll open on the 21st May and will serve Cambridge science and business parks and the suburbs and villages north of Cambridge city centre. Trains from both Greater Anglia and Great Northern will call there.
The station includes a 1,000-space cycle park and a car park for 450 cars.
The author of a popular children's book is going to have to issue an update, thanks to a discovery by the University of Cambridge.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Chloe Keedy
Sir David Attenborough has pleaded with everyone to do their bit to protect the natural world during a visit to Cambridge for a global conservation event.
He was in the city for 'Earth Optimism' where he was hoping to inspire people from all generations to get involved.
One of China's biggest bike sharing companies has launched in Cambridge.
Ofo is a multi-billion dollar company started only two years ago with bikes in cities as far flung as Beijing and Singapore.
Users will pay 50 pence per half hour journey. But there are fears the system could be abused.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson to find out more about how it will work.
A new bike sharing scheme which is popular in countries like China, is being launched in Cambridge.Read the full story ›
A new bike sharing scheme, that is already a big success in China, is being launched in Cambridge.
The 'Ofo' system is similar to London's Boris Bikes but there is no docking station.
When cyclists finish their ride they find a legal parking spot for their bikes and leave them for the next user.
A charity which supports children with brain tumours held an Easter Egg hunt in Cambridge.
The grounds of Anstey Hall were transformed into an Alice in Wonderland party.
Brainbow helps families cope with the physical and psychological effects of tumour treatment.
The event gave children with brain tumours and their families and opportunity to meet others who have been along a similar journey, as well as have some fun.