Each year thousands of cattle are slaughtered to control the spread of bovine tuberculosis. New research reveals that testing misses many animals harbouring the disease and shows that large herds are particularly vulnerable to rapid transmission.
Forget your preconceptions about the civilised, sparkling, white cityscapes of the ancient world: Real-life Pompeii was an altogether more sordid proposition, as Cambridge classicist Mary Beard is set to explain.
Cambridge college chefs and front of house staff are celebrating their successes following the results of the University of Cambridge Culinary Competition 2010, which were announced at an awards ceremony held at Christ’s College last week.
The Times newspaper has named 13 Cambridge academics in their inaugural list of the 100 most important contemporary figures in British science. The first ranking of contemporary figures in British science was released today in Eureka, The Times&rsquo; monthly science magazine.