Top musician labelled an inspiration by University
Pasnel discussion focus for start-up cohort on a mission
Work from international team could help us understand why many human pregnancies fail in their early stages
Measures to stop pigeon mess damaging the stonework at King’s College - and landing on porters, visitors and university staff - have been proposed.
CSR founder Phil O’Donovan on scaling up in Silicon Fen
How the pitches went for eight life sciences incubator finalists
C-Trap microscope enables scientists to view live molecular interactions as they would occur in the body
Redevelopment pays off as visitors flock to Kettle’s Yard
The renowned historian and epigraphist received the university’s highest honour, aged 99.
£2.6m study could help reduce side effects for patients and save costs for the NHS
Finding by Department of Zoology researchers could help develop future vaccines
See ice age sloth, a dodo skeleton and the ‘Feathers of Moa’ at University of Cambridge attractiona
Artifical intelligence-powered technology could be used to aid policing of crowds
The Cambridge University professor was buried between Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.
Dr Nicholas Walton, of the Institute of Astronomy, is helping the European Space Agency’s CHEOPS mission to study exoplanets
University of Cambridge academic honoured for her contribution to the study of classical civilisation
And Newnham College classicist Mary Beard is “100% delighted” to be made a dame in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Group discusses female economic empowerment
There are only a few weeks left to visit before it’s shut until next year.
Artist also unveils stunning new works on site of former Cambridge firm Rattee and Kent
Cambridge thereotical physicist and Prof Thomas Hertog reduce the multiverse and say there is boundary in our past
And its 39-metre tower is softly illuminated at night
Its million books have been seen by few... but now a free exhibition reveals all
Stunning videos as one of the original proposers of the mission explains how spacecraft’s second data release changes astrophysics forever
Judy Murray and UN deputy high commissioner for Human Rights also on the bill at Cambridge Union
Understanding of process leading to death of nerve cells could lead to potential therapies
The victory came after defeating Merton College Oxford 140-100.
Findings challenge the idea that moderate consumption is good for your heart
Bennett Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) unveil at Churchill College
Up to 886,000 could be killed, citizen science project concludes
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