Ph.D. thesis, by Subhankar Das Bakshi, University of Cambridge, 2017

Its title is "Properties of an Expanding Universe," and in the abstract Hawking promises to examine "some implications and consequences of the expansion of the universe." By page three he is picking holes in Einstein.

Ph.D. thesis, by Neelabhro Madhav Bhattacharya, University of Cambridge, 2017

An ingredient commonly found in toothpaste could be employed as an anti-malarial drug against strains of malaria parasite that have grown resistant to one of the currently-used drugs. This discovery, led by researchers at the University of Cambridge, was aided by Eve, an artificially-intelligent ‘robot scientist’.


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Ph.D. thesis, by Christopher Hulme-Smith, University of Cambridge, 2016

Researchers have shown for the first time how children can inherit a severe – potentially fatal – mitochondrial disease from a healthy mother. The study, led by researchers from the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit at the University of Cambridge, reveals that healthy people harbour mutations in their mitochondrial DNA and explains how cases of severe mitochondrial disease can appear unexpectedly in previously unaffected families.


Ph.D. thesis, by Saurabh Kundu, University of Cambridge, 2007

Contrary to public perception, die-offs in honeybee colonies are an agricultural not a conservation issue, argue Cambridge researchers, who say that manged honeybees may contribute to the genuine biodiversity crisis of Europe’s declining wild pollinators.

Ph.D. thesis, by Sourabh Chatterjee, University of Cambridge, 2006

Philosophy is the investigation of very general and fundamental questions about knowledge, reality, mind, morality, logic, language, reasoning, politics art and value, among other things. Philosophy at Cambridge is studied as a single subject at undergraduate level, but it can be studied for one, two or three years.

Ph.D. thesis, by Richard Kemp, University of Cambridge, 2006

An ingredient commonly found in toothpaste could be employed as an anti-malarial drug against strains of malaria parasite that have grown resistant to one of the currently-used drugs. This discovery, led by researchers at the University of Cambridge, was aided by Eve, an artificially-intelligent ‘robot scientist’.

Ph.D. thesis, by Mohamed Y. Sherif, University of Cambridge, 2006

"Each generation stands on the shoulders of those who have gone before them, just as I did as a young PhD student in Cambridge, inspired by the work of Isaac Newton, James Clerk Maxwell, and Albert Einstein. It’s wonderful to hear how many people have already shown an interest in downloading my thesis – hopefully they won’t be disappointed now that they finally have access to it."

Ph.D. thesis, by Shingo Yamasaki, University of Cambridge, 2004

Researchers have shown for the first time how children can inherit a severe – potentially fatal – mitochondrial disease from a healthy mother. The study, led by researchers from the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit at the University of Cambridge, reveals that healthy people harbour mutations in their mitochondrial DNA and explains how cases of severe mitochondrial disease can appear unexpectedly in previously unaffected families.