Comberton Village College sixth former raises cash to give children in Addenbrooke's a teddy each
14 and 15-year-olds to make weekly visits to residents of Langdon House in Union Lane.
Three times as many jobs available as there are students entering courses in science and technology
Interactive map details stories behind grisly deaths
The Nigel Vindis Enterprise Award is in honour of late joint managing director
Cambridgeshire county council agree funding for education and smart energy projects
A chance meeting at a memorial service for Professor Stephen Hawking led to two award-winning comedians making a visit to Cambridge.
A new £2million STEM facility was officially opened at St Faith's School, Cambridge, by former pupil, Professor Lord Robert Mair.
Unprecedented investment' aims to offer every pupil in England access to a world-leading computing education
Next-generation LED firm shines in Business Plan competition
Work was supported by the community and the Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust
There was music, dance, magic and amusements as the public were invited to 'look under the bonnet' of a Cambridge college at the weekend.
Mr Pippas was awarded the accolade during a graduation ceremony at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Thursday (October 18).
Ride from Peteborough to Cambridge marks Anglia Ruskin's 25 years as a university
Computer game contest showcases regional flair for creativity in schools and colleges
Hundreds of teachers and education professionals attended the second Cambridgeshire Festival of Education on Saturday.
Jagex design director Mark Ogilvie on the July 7-9 competition for schools and colleges
Every one of them is being dubbed a 'flamingo of hope' because they want to optimistically and joyfully celebrate the teaching profession as 'the best job in the world'.