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.
The British Academy has today announced the scholars elected for this year’s Fellowships in recognition of their contribution to the humanities and social sciences.
The University of Cambridge will take members of the public back and forward in time next week to look at the life of Oliver Cromwell and the future of spinal cord repair during two free afternoon lectures.
Under an agreement between The Dr D.C. Pavate Foundation, Karnatak University in Dhawad in the state of Karnataka, southern India, and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, outstanding graduates from India under the age of 40 may apply for one of three visiting Fellowships at the University of Cambridge next year.
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