After studying history at university, Graeme Ross worked as an asylum seeker caseworker. Today he leads Cambridge’s Immigration and Compliance Team. One of its roles is to offer advice to people requiring visas to take up job offers from Cambridge.
When Florence Nabwire didn’t get funding for medical school, she decided to train as a nutritionist. She went on to set up a pioneering food education scheme in rural Uganda. Her PhD research focuses on nutrition and HIV-positive mothers and babies.
Did dinosaurs live in herds? Why are mountains pointy? And what's the best preserved mummy? Scientists Lee Berger, Meghan Strong, Jason Head, and Owen Weller teamed up with Chris Smith from The Naked Scientists for an Early Earth Q&A show.
Raghu Rau's career has taken him from India to France and then from the USA to Cambridge. He’s fascinated by the ways in which financial markets are shaped by human experience — and how technology is opening up new routes.