Home   Education   Cambridge University

Subscribe Now

Cambridge University




Classico Latino to play Cambridge gig with salsa legend Fruko

Classico Latino to play Cambridge gig with salsa legend Fruko

Classico Latino to play Cambridge gig with salsa legend Fruko

Known as the Godfather of salsa music, Fruko is in Cambridge for one night only.


Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

Genetic variants that lead to sixfold increase in obesity risk found by Cambridge researchers

They are among the first for which the increased risk of obesity is not seen until adulthood.


Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

Hopes raised of preventative breast cancer treatment for women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations

If successful, it could provide an alternative to risk-reducing surgery.


Say thank you to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie staff by nominating to our Public Choice Award 2024 with Cambridge University Hospitals

Say thank you to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie staff by nominating to our Public Choice Award 2024 with Cambridge University Hospitals

Say thank you to Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie staff by nominating to our Public Choice Award 2024 with Cambridge University Hospitals

We’ve teamed up with the hospital trust for the third year.


Murder by the Book: Cambridge crime writer Nicola Upson curates a new exhibition at the University Library

Murder by the Book: Cambridge crime writer Nicola Upson curates a new exhibition at the University Library

Murder by the Book: Cambridge crime writer Nicola Upson curates a new exhibition at the University Library

Priceless Agatha Christie artefacts go on display in murderously good crime fiction exhibition


Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

Vaccinating cows against TB cuts spread of infection by 89%, study involving University of Cambridge finds

It is the first to show that BCG-vaccinated cattle infected with TB are substantially less infectious.


£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

£11m donation for University of Cambridge’s Early Cancer Institute

The building will be renamed in honour of philanthropist Sir Ka-shing Li.


Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

Astrocomb breakthrough will aid search for Earth-like planets

It allows astronomers to observe tiny changes in the colour of starlight.


Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

Humanity will ‘probably’ survive past 21st century, says Cambridge astrophysicist Lord Rees

The Astronomer Royal also shared his views on AI, billionaires trying to extend our lifespans and aliens.


Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

The latest annual monitor for Cambridge Ahead finds fastest growth in life sciences.


Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Clinical trial aims to help patients with rare disease with potential link to leader of mutiny on the Bounty

Neuroferritinopathy is a progressive and incurable brain disorder affecting about 100 people worldwide.


The Cambridge Don is sent down: Council orders removal of controversial £150,000 sculpture

The Cambridge Don is sent down: Council orders removal of controversial £150,000 sculpture

The Cambridge Don is sent down: Council orders removal of controversial £150,000 sculpture

It’s said to represent the late Prince Philip’s role as chancellor of the University of Cambridge.


Rare chance to hear Path of Miracles at King’s College Chapel – tonight

Rare chance to hear Path of Miracles at King’s College Chapel – tonight

Rare chance to hear Path of Miracles at King’s College Chapel – tonight

This stunning work based on the great Pilgrimage to Santiago is known to leave audiences weeping.


Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

Giles Yeo: Fears about ultra processed foods are just for the chattering classes

How can we make food healthier for everyone – even when you can’t afford posh sourdough loaves? Giles Yeo explains ahead of the Cambridge Festival

5

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More