Don't miss the chance to visit one of the world's best collections of medieval manuscripts when the Parker Library welcomes visitors as part of Open Cambridge.
In the first of a new series of short articles exploring images from around the University, we look at the 12th-century Bury Bible from the Parker Library at Corpus Christi College.
On a bright summer’s day in Cambridge, London primary school pupils from years 5 and 6 are crowding round water tanks in a blacked-out science lab on the first floor of the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy.
Scholars from all over the world are gathering at the University of Cambridge today for a workshop entitled Studia Stemmatologica. They will be looking at novel ways of applying advanced genetic-mapping techniques to the study of cultural traditions as diverse as music and dance, languages and folk lore, tribal rugs and even tattoos.
Can we reduce the gender pay gap? What would a socially just education system really mean? And should our political leaders be looking to Ancient Greece for ideas as they seek to build a fairer democracy? These are just some of the thorny issues being tackled in a new blog launched today, ahead of the University of Cambridge lecture series at the Guardian Hay Festival.