When drugs didn’t work, the bipolar sufferer Dr Liz Miller began to map her moods. Now she is cured, and mood mapping has proved effective for everything from stress to depression. Olivia Gordon reports.
Whether it’s cutting-edge research on medieval fishguts or life-changing breakthroughs in medical science, Cambridge academics are changing our world. This feature profiles of a selection of them.
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What’s it like to become a research student in Cambridge? Post-grads explain why spending more time in the library can be so rewarding.
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