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Cambridge University course leader Simon Hall reveals how to tell a great story

Cambridge University course leader Simon Hall reveals how to tell a great story

Cambridge University course leader Simon Hall reveals how to tell a great story

17 June 2024

The former BBC journalist has now published his book called Compelling Communication


Residents alarmed at plan for land by Fenner’s ground

Residents alarmed at plan for land by Fenner’s ground

Residents alarmed at plan for land by Fenner’s ground

16 June 2024

Residents received a letter from the college in November giving advance notice.


King’s Birthday Honours 2024: All those honoured in Cambridgeshire as John Rutter is knighted and Prof Christine Holt is made a CBE

King’s Birthday Honours 2024: All those honoured in Cambridgeshire as John Rutter is knighted and Prof Christine Holt is made a CBE

King’s Birthday Honours 2024: All those honoured in Cambridgeshire as John Rutter is knighted and Prof Christine Holt is made a CBE

14 June 2024

From a long-serving parish councillor to leading academics, the Cambridge region is well represented.


King’s Birthday Honours 2024: Professor Tony Kouzarides is knighted for services to healthcare innovation and delivery

King’s Birthday Honours 2024: Professor Tony Kouzarides is knighted for services to healthcare innovation and delivery

King’s Birthday Honours 2024: Professor Tony Kouzarides is knighted for services to healthcare innovation and delivery

14 June 2024

Professor Kouzarides is ‘delighted’ to receive the honour.


In pictures: COEL v Carter Jonas charity cricket match bowls over the crowd

In pictures: COEL v Carter Jonas charity cricket match bowls over the crowd

In pictures: COEL v Carter Jonas charity cricket match bowls over the crowd

14 June 2024

Guest speaker on the day was former England fast bowler Devon Malcolm.


Visitors find out all about plants and more at annual Cambridge Botanic Garden Festival of Plants

Visitors find out all about plants and more at annual Cambridge Botanic Garden Festival of Plants

Visitors find out all about plants and more at annual Cambridge Botanic Garden Festival of Plants

14 June 2024

Tours were given by garden staff and guides and the Ask the Gardener panel were kept busy with people coming with their gardening questions.


Charged charcoal ‘sponge’ can capture carbon dioxide directly from air, University of Cambridge researchers show

Charged charcoal ‘sponge’ can capture carbon dioxide directly from air, University of Cambridge researchers show

Charged charcoal ‘sponge’ can capture carbon dioxide directly from air, University of Cambridge researchers show

14 June 2024

The ‘crazy idea’ was dreamt up in Covid lockdowns.


Carbon detected by Cambridge researchers in galaxy from just 350 million years after Big Bang

Carbon detected by Cambridge researchers in galaxy from just 350 million years after Big Bang

Carbon detected by Cambridge researchers in galaxy from just 350 million years after Big Bang

14 June 2024

They used the James Webb Space Telescope.


Howzat for a design? University of Cambridge engineers recreate Dr Venn’s devious bowling machine

Howzat for a design? University of Cambridge engineers recreate Dr Venn’s devious bowling machine

Howzat for a design? University of Cambridge engineers recreate Dr Venn’s devious bowling machine

12 June 2024

Invented in the early 1900s, it bowled out a star Australian batsman in 1909


Blue plaque honours pioneering Cambridge botanist Dr Agnes Arber

Blue plaque honours pioneering Cambridge botanist Dr Agnes Arber

Blue plaque honours pioneering Cambridge botanist Dr Agnes Arber

08 June 2024

It is going up outside her former home, where she did much of her research.


£5m boost for University of Cambridge’s cardiovascular disease research from British Heart Foundation

£5m boost for University of Cambridge’s cardiovascular disease research from British Heart Foundation

£5m boost for University of Cambridge’s cardiovascular disease research from British Heart Foundation

07 June 2024

It will help identify new markers and disease targets, aid diagnosis and bolster AI work.


Evidence of how new species evolve revealed in cuckoo research involving University of Cambridge

Evidence of how new species evolve revealed in cuckoo research involving University of Cambridge

Evidence of how new species evolve revealed in cuckoo research involving University of Cambridge

06 June 2024

Real-world evidence of the theory of coevolution has been found.


Nobel Prize medal gifted to Trinity Hall by family of alumnus Prof David Thouless

Nobel Prize medal gifted to Trinity Hall by family of alumnus Prof David Thouless

Nobel Prize medal gifted to Trinity Hall by family of alumnus Prof David Thouless

06 June 2024

It will go on display to inspire future generations.


Species are suffering under tropical forest canopies due to climate change

Species are suffering under tropical forest canopies due to climate change

Species are suffering under tropical forest canopies due to climate change

05 June 2024

Forests need urgent protection, says study co-authored in Cambridge.


Mums and babies enjoy a summer picnic and more at Westminster College, Cambridge

Mums and babies enjoy a summer picnic and more at Westminster College, Cambridge

Mums and babies enjoy a summer picnic and more at Westminster College, Cambridge

01 June 2024

The event was organised by Elle-Events Management.


Registration opens for 2024 Bridge the Gap charity walk through Cambridge colleges

Registration opens for 2024 Bridge the Gap charity walk through Cambridge colleges

Registration opens for 2024 Bridge the Gap charity walk through Cambridge colleges

31 May 2024

Earl-bird prices are available for the event, which will benefit Arthur Rank Hospice Charity and Romsey Mill.


Amazing eco-sensors inspired by spider silk can be printed on a finger

Amazing eco-sensors inspired by spider silk can be printed on a finger

Amazing eco-sensors inspired by spider silk can be printed on a finger

31 May 2024

They could be used in applications from healthcare monitoring to virtual reality.


FDA approves Cambridge artificial pancreas for Type 1 diabetes patients

FDA approves Cambridge artificial pancreas for Type 1 diabetes patients

FDA approves Cambridge artificial pancreas for Type 1 diabetes patients

31 May 2024

The app allows an insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor to ‘talk to each other’.


‘Miracle’ scalable recycling process for cement could be key in drive to net zero, say Cambridge researchers

‘Miracle’ scalable recycling process for cement could be key in drive to net zero, say Cambridge researchers

‘Miracle’ scalable recycling process for cement could be key in drive to net zero, say Cambridge researchers

31 May 2024

The Cambridge Electric Cement process uses electrically-powered arc furnaces used for steel recycling.

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The Cambridgeshire Freemasons’ Alma Mater Lodge celebrates 150th anniversary

The Cambridgeshire Freemasons’ Alma Mater Lodge celebrates 150th anniversary

The Cambridgeshire Freemasons’ Alma Mater Lodge celebrates 150th anniversary

26 May 2024

A dinner was attended by 75 people, including Dr Bharatkumar N Khetani, the High Sheriff of Cambridge.


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