Cat Somerville and Niamh Buckingham, third-year students, share a determination to make a difference to the community around them. They volunteer with a Cambridge charity that provides emergency accommodation and more for homeless people.
Making eye contact with an infant makes adults’ and babies’ brainwaves ‘get in sync’ with each other – which is likely to support communication and learning – according to researchers at the University of Cambridge.
It started as a childhood obsession. The more Rosie Jones McVey learnt more about horses, the more fascinated she became in different training methods. Her PhD project investigates how we think about these beautiful, unpredictable creatures.
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.