Barn owls are known for their silent flight which allows them to hunt for prey, but a Cambridge University engineer says that the bird's 'stealth mode' can also be applied to wind turbines.
Professor Nigel Peake has studied owl feathers to find a way of making turbine blades quieter, which could mean they can generate more power.
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It's called Rugby Fives but has little to do with odd-shaped balls. A game invented in the 17th century is making a comeback.Read the full story ›
Scientists at Cambridge University have finally completed a reconstruction of one of the most bizarre fossils ever found.
The Hallucigenia lived half a billion years ago and is related to modern insects and crustaceans.
For the first time, experts have been able to identify features of Hallucigenia's head, including its simple eyes and needle-like teeth.
The video above shows a recreation of how the creature would have walked.
House prices in Cambridge have risen five-fold in since 1995 according to new figures released by the Office of National Statistics.
The median sale price of a house in the city in 2014 was £350,000, up from £70,000 in 1995. That is a 400% increase and the biggest rise of any area of the country outside London.
One of the two boys from Cambridge caught stealing items that belonged to prisoners at Auschwitz death camp is "mortified" by his actions.Read the full story ›
The Perse School in Cambridge have confirmed that two pupils on a history trip to Poland have been charged with stealing from Auschwitz.Read the full story ›
Two Cambridge sixth formers have been accused of taking artefacts that once belonged to prisoners at Auschwitz.Read the full story ›
A new early birds nightclub has opened for those who are young-at-heart but have grown-up responsibilities.Read the full story ›
For the first time, scientists in Cambridge have been able to map the step-by-step process by which human eggs are prepared for fertilisation.
It's hoped studying how things work in real time will lead to greater understanding of what causes chromosomal abnormalities in some eggs, a problem which can lead to issues like recurrent miscarriages.
The renowned Bourn Hall Clinic near Cambridge has been involved in the research.
Experts here believe one day it will be give IVF patients a far greater chance of carrying a baby to full term.
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A memorial is being held today for a dentist died at her Cambridgeshire home earlier this month.
53-year old Dr Helen Nicoll was found hanged on the 5th June.
A church service has been orgaised todat by the Hurst Park Dental Practice, where both she and her husband were partners.
More than 100 people have been invited to the event, with 76 already accepting the invitation.