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Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

17 May 2022

Campaigners at BP Institute say no energy transition is possible while investments continue

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150-year-old platypus and echidna specimens discovered which prove some mammals lay eggs

150-year-old platypus and echidna specimens discovered which prove some mammals lay eggs

150-year-old platypus and echidna specimens discovered which prove some mammals lay eggs

12 May 2022

The specimens, collected by scientist William Caldwell, have been discovered at Cambridge’s University Museum of Zoology.


Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

Six new species of tiny frog that live in forests of Mexico discovered by University of Cambridge researchers

06 May 2022

They are smaller than a coin.

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430-year-old oak tree in Eddington to form part of Ancient Canopy honouring Queen’s platinum jubilee

430-year-old oak tree in Eddington to form part of Ancient Canopy honouring Queen’s platinum jubilee

430-year-old oak tree in Eddington to form part of Ancient Canopy honouring Queen’s platinum jubilee

04 May 2022

It was probably planted or seeded in the reign of Elizabeth I.

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Helping nature’s recovery: Cambridge Nature Network, Cambridge Nature Festival and 30 Days Wild

Helping nature’s recovery: Cambridge Nature Network, Cambridge Nature Festival and 30 Days Wild

Helping nature’s recovery: Cambridge Nature Network, Cambridge Nature Festival and 30 Days Wild

03 May 2022

Caroline Fitton, of the Wildlife Trust BCN, discusses


Deer stuck upside-down in four-inch fence gap rescued by RSPCA

Deer stuck upside-down in four-inch fence gap rescued by RSPCA

Deer stuck upside-down in four-inch fence gap rescued by RSPCA

02 May 2022

The desperate animal was screaming in distress.


Big Green Match: Donations to Cambridge PPF doubled this week to help it look after thousands of new trees

Big Green Match: Donations to Cambridge PPF doubled this week to help it look after thousands of new trees

Big Green Match: Donations to Cambridge PPF doubled this week to help it look after thousands of new trees

24 April 2022

The charity is expanding Wandlebury Country Park and Coton Countryside Reserve.

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Gallery: Cambridge Camera Club 2022 exhibition features hundreds of stunning images

Gallery: Cambridge Camera Club 2022 exhibition features hundreds of stunning images

Gallery: Cambridge Camera Club 2022 exhibition features hundreds of stunning images

24 April 2022

Register free for the launch event and find out the winning images live.


What is the link between the Easter bunny and eggs? And what have lapwings got to do with it all?

What is the link between the Easter bunny and eggs? And what have lapwings got to do with it all?

What is the link between the Easter bunny and eggs? And what have lapwings got to do with it all?

21 April 2022

Martin Walters explores the connections between wildlife and Easter.


Cracked! The two million-year-old egg forgery scandal solved by Cambridge researchers this Easter

Cracked! The two million-year-old egg forgery scandal solved by Cambridge researchers this Easter

Cracked! The two million-year-old egg forgery scandal solved by Cambridge researchers this Easter

15 April 2022

Mysteries of brood parasitism have been solved.


Tread Lightly: How to create a successful garden pond

Tread Lightly: How to create a successful garden pond

Tread Lightly: How to create a successful garden pond

05 April 2022

Allie Birley discusses how to create a happy, hoppy place.


Hundreds of toads rescued on Chisholm Trail in Cambridge

Hundreds of toads rescued on Chisholm Trail in Cambridge

Hundreds of toads rescued on Chisholm Trail in Cambridge

31 March 2022

Volunteers have been out every night saving toads who are being flattened by bikes on a new cycle path that crosses their migration route.

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Mystery of how largest carnivorous dinosaur hunted is solved by Cambridge and Oxford palaeontologists

Mystery of how largest carnivorous dinosaur hunted is solved by Cambridge and Oxford palaeontologists

Mystery of how largest carnivorous dinosaur hunted is solved by Cambridge and Oxford palaeontologists

31 March 2022

Spinosaurus’ underwater behaviour explored in bone density study.


The butterflies of Cambridgeshire: past, present and future

The butterflies of Cambridgeshire: past, present and future

The butterflies of Cambridgeshire: past, present and future

29 March 2022

Caroline Fitton, of the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire, explains efforts to conserve butterflies as a new exhibition begins.


19 pictures of the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair

19 pictures of the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair

19 pictures of the Thriplow Daffodil Weekend & Country Fair

27 March 2022

More than £70,000 was raised and around 10,000 people visited over the two days.


Spring has sprung - and these are some of my favourite sounds of the season

Spring has sprung - and these are some of my favourite sounds of the season

Spring has sprung - and these are some of my favourite sounds of the season

22 March 2022

Martin Walters discusses some of his favourite signs of the season.


Chris Packham joins effort to save water voles in Cambridge amid riverbank proposals

Chris Packham joins effort to save water voles in Cambridge amid riverbank proposals

Chris Packham joins effort to save water voles in Cambridge amid riverbank proposals

18 March 2022

The naturalist and TV presenter responded amid concerns over a city council project on a riverbank.

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Cambridge regenerative farming film makers say ‘now is the time to restore soil quality in UK’

Cambridge regenerative farming film makers say ‘now is the time to restore soil quality in UK’

Cambridge regenerative farming film makers say ‘now is the time to restore soil quality in UK’

12 March 2022

‘Six Inches of Soil’ trailers shown at OtherSyde update


National Trust plants 90,000 trees across Wimpole Estate in record £1.3m project

National Trust plants 90,000 trees across Wimpole Estate in record £1.3m project

National Trust plants 90,000 trees across Wimpole Estate in record £1.3m project

07 March 2022

They will capture carbon and create new habitats for wildlife.

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Fun for all the family at the Cambridge Festival

Fun for all the family at the Cambridge Festival

Fun for all the family at the Cambridge Festival

05 March 2022

The full programme launched last Monday (February 28) and bookings are now open.


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