Science laid bare

29 Oct 2001

A group of Cambridge scientists have taken to the airwaves with their own radio show broadcast weekly on Cambridge's Star 107.9FM

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Apples and the Stone Age

26 Oct 2001

This weekend the University is holding two very different public events - Back to the Stone Age at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on Saturday 27 October, and Apple Day at the Botanic Garden on Sunday 28th October.

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Sir John Plumb - a tribute

24 Oct 2001

Sir John Plumb, former Master of Christ's College and one of the leading British historians of the last century, died this weekend in the early hours of Sunday 21 October, 2001.

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Visions of science

23 Oct 2001

A scientist in the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy has won national recognition for images created with an electron microscope.

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CARET opens its doors

18 Oct 2001

CARET, the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies, held its first open day yesterday, Wednesday 17 October, 2001.

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Equality Agenda seminar

17 Oct 2001

The findings from the University's first Equality Agenda seminar are published today on the Personnel Department website.

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Nobel prize for Clare College Fellow

16 Oct 2001

Dr Tim Hunt, a Fellow of Clare College and a former University Lecturer in the Department of Biochemistry (1981-1990), was one of the three scientists who won the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine last week.

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Summing up the future of building

15 Oct 2001

Students from the city will be helping out at one of the University of Cambridge's most prestigious new building projects today (15 October, 2001), as part of National Construction Week 2001.

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