The hype surrounding the birth of a royal baby is nothing new. Two public lectures (18 and 25 June) will explore the Tudor and Stuart obsession with producing a male heir.
Four Cambridge Professors and the University's Director of Physical Education and Sport have been recognised in the latest honours list.
Professor Christopher Dobson, Master of St John’s, and Professor Jorge Guimarães, President of CAPES, sign agreement for the creation of the Celso Furtado Visiting Fellowship in Brazilian History and Humanities
In a recent talk for TEDx, theoretical physicist Professor Ben Allanach explored the research he undertook during the two years he spent working on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. Here, he takes us back to his time as one of the scientists working on the biggest scientific experiment in human history.
New research suggests public health in developing countries may be better improved by reducing illiteracy rather than raising average income.