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Stephen Hawking’s archive heads for Cambridge University Library and office to be preserved by Science Museum

Stephen Hawking’s archive heads for Cambridge University Library and office to be preserved by Science Museum

Stephen Hawking’s archive heads for Cambridge University Library and office to be preserved by Science Museum

27 May 2021

Items will go on public display.


New Orator brasserie and bar opens at the Cambridge Union

New Orator brasserie and bar opens at the Cambridge Union

New Orator brasserie and bar opens at the Cambridge Union

24 May 2021

Launching today (Monday, May 24) the eating and drinking establishment at the Cambridge Union Society (CUS) is open to the wider public.


Pancreatic Cancer UK funds Future Leaders Academy at University of Cambridge to fight deadliest common cancer

Pancreatic Cancer UK funds Future Leaders Academy at University of Cambridge to fight deadliest common cancer

Pancreatic Cancer UK funds Future Leaders Academy at University of Cambridge to fight deadliest common cancer

20 May 2021

Its £625,000 investment will five PhD students.


CardiaTec’s student quintet develops AI platform for cardiovascular biomarkers

CardiaTec’s student quintet develops AI platform for cardiovascular biomarkers

CardiaTec’s student quintet develops AI platform for cardiovascular biomarkers

18 May 2021

Novel approach has won Cambridge University Entrepreneurs £2k Ideas Take Flight competition


Meet the 12 Cambridge scientists made fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 12 Cambridge scientists made fellows of the Royal Society

Meet the 12 Cambridge scientists made fellows of the Royal Society

14 May 2021

They were among 63 honoured.

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Autonomous vehicle trials under way in Cambridge

Autonomous vehicle trials under way in Cambridge

Autonomous vehicle trials under way in Cambridge

14 May 2021

They are mapping a test route from Madingley Road Park & Ride to the West Cambridge campus.

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Professor Mary Beard’s ‘retirement present’ will fund Cambridge Classics students from under-represented backgrounds

Professor Mary Beard’s ‘retirement present’ will fund Cambridge Classics students from under-represented backgrounds

Professor Mary Beard’s ‘retirement present’ will fund Cambridge Classics students from under-represented backgrounds

14 May 2021

The Cambridge historian will help fund two Classics students from under-represented groups as part of efforts to encourage more diversity.

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Cambridge University students at Jesus and Robinson Colleges call off rent strikes

Cambridge University students at Jesus and Robinson Colleges call off rent strikes

Cambridge University students at Jesus and Robinson Colleges call off rent strikes

13 May 2021

‘Campaign goes on’ as protesters continue to demand change


Cancer was 10 times more prevalent in medieval Britain than thought, Cambridge study finds

Cancer was 10 times more prevalent in medieval Britain than thought, Cambridge study finds

Cancer was 10 times more prevalent in medieval Britain than thought, Cambridge study finds

07 May 2021

Skeletons from cemeteries in and around Cambridge were examined using X-rays and CT scans


Cambridge Global Health Partnerships welcomes Catherine Arnold as new chair

Cambridge Global Health Partnerships welcomes Catherine Arnold as new chair

Cambridge Global Health Partnerships welcomes Catherine Arnold as new chair

03 May 2021

The master of St Edmund’s College previously worked for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.


The Cambridge Union discusses whether we are witnessing a fascist resurgence

The Cambridge Union discusses whether we are witnessing a fascist resurgence

The Cambridge Union discusses whether we are witnessing a fascist resurgence

30 April 2021

The motion: This House Believes That We are Witnessing a Global Fascist Resurgence was debated on Thursday, April 29.

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Immune responses of people with asymptomatic and severe Covid-19 compared by scientists

Immune responses of people with asymptomatic and severe Covid-19 compared by scientists

Immune responses of people with asymptomatic and severe Covid-19 compared by scientists

30 April 2021

The research by the Wellcome Sanger Institute, University of Cambridge and EMBL-EBI could lead to new treatments.


‘New era for cancer therapeutics’ opens with acute myeloid leukaemia drug candidate, say Cambridge scientists

‘New era for cancer therapeutics’ opens with acute myeloid leukaemia drug candidate, say Cambridge scientists

‘New era for cancer therapeutics’ opens with acute myeloid leukaemia drug candidate, say Cambridge scientists

30 April 2021

STORM Therapeutics aims for clinical trials in 2022.


New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

New initiative puts University of Cambridge at the forefront of search for alien life

30 April 2021

Spearheaded by Nobel Prize winner Prof Didier Queloz, the research will attempt to understand the origins of life.


First look: Enjoy a Dua Lipa cocktail at new Cambridge Union bar

First look: Enjoy a Dua Lipa cocktail at new Cambridge Union bar

First look: Enjoy a Dua Lipa cocktail at new Cambridge Union bar

24 April 2021

We had an exclusive first look inside the new bar and brasserie.


Don’t move a mussel: Cambridge researchers warn species relocation could spread pathogens

Don’t move a mussel: Cambridge researchers warn species relocation could spread pathogens

Don’t move a mussel: Cambridge researchers warn species relocation could spread pathogens

23 April 2021

Dr David Aldridge won Researcher of the Year at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards


‘Moon landings of genomics’: Genetic code of ancient bear recreated from faeces and urine samples in Mexican cave

‘Moon landings of genomics’: Genetic code of ancient bear recreated from faeces and urine samples in Mexican cave

‘Moon landings of genomics’: Genetic code of ancient bear recreated from faeces and urine samples in Mexican cave

22 April 2021

University of Cambridge scientist describes it as ‘a little insane’.

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The Cambridge Union releases its Easter term card

The Cambridge Union releases its Easter term card

The Cambridge Union releases its Easter term card

21 April 2021

The world's oldest debating society has revealed an impressive and varied line-up.


Jesus College climate group adds racial justice and animal agriculture to divestment demands

Jesus College climate group adds racial justice and animal agriculture to divestment demands

Jesus College climate group adds racial justice and animal agriculture to divestment demands

21 April 2021

Cambridge University college responds, saying: ‘We recognise the urgency of climate change’

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Cambridge hears stories of conservation success that show there really are grounds for Earth Optimism

Cambridge hears stories of conservation success that show there really are grounds for Earth Optimism

Cambridge hears stories of conservation success that show there really are grounds for Earth Optimism

20 April 2021

One million species are under threat. But Cambridge Conservation Initiative shows there are reasons to be hopeful.


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