Two years ago Tara Khalid achieved the grades she needed to take up her Cambridge offer. She describes herself as defying any Cambridge stereotypes. Her passion for learning was encouraged by her teachers but it was her dad who taught her to think.
Krishna Zivraj-Nair loved her work as a research scientist in a Cambridge lab — but there was something missing. Dance has always been one of her passions and, from small beginnings, she’s established a flourishing dance academy.
First UK experiment on policing domestic abuse finds fewer men reoffending against partners – and reoffenders causing less harm to victims – when mandated to attend charity-run discussion course. Researchers call on Government to approve rollout of programme across England and Wales.
This week, the Naked Scientists explore the cosmos through your senses. How scientists are attempting to see a black hole for the first time, what Jupiter sounds like, touching Mars in search for signs of life, and how exactly does Cassini sniff out
Richa Bansal grew up in Calcutta and says that studying at Cambridge changed the course of her life. Today she’s director of communications for one of India’s leading think-tanks and a strong supporter of women's rights. Her tattoo is symbolic.