The University’s policy on graduate admissions was reiterated at the opening of the third Cambridge-Africa Day
Twelve inspirational academics have been honoured for outstanding teaching in the University’s 23rd Pilkington Prizes.
Engineering hub focuses on advances including smart infrastructure, electric vehicles and efficient internal combustion systems
Speaking at the inaugural meeting of the Next Einstein Forum (NEF) Global Gathering 2016, an international conference focused on the development of science and technology in Africa, Sir Leszek Borysiewicz emphasised the importance of partnership.
A collaboration between leading scientists in the UK and India will focus on tackling global food shortages with research into increasing crop yields and improving disease and drought resistance.
Groundbreaking for Cambridge Judge Business School expansion caps 25th anniversary year that included focus on women in business and entrepreneurship.
The Government has announced a £75 million investment in the University of Cambridge Cavendish Laboratory as part of Wednesday's Spending Review. This will be matched with a further £75 million from the University to transform the Cavendish, helping maintain Britain’s position at the forefront of physical sciences research.
Vice-Chancellor says staying in the European Union is vital to maintain the UK’s role in world-leading research25 Sep 2015
‘Excellent research in the UK: Do we need the EU?’ event held at Downing College, Cambridge