Dr Bhaskar Vira (Department of Geography) is co-editor of the open access book Forests and Food, which will be launched at the Global Landscapes Forum in Paris next month. Writing in The Conversation, Dr Vira explains the importance of the world's forests in protecting global food security.
Hugh Hunt (Department of Engineering) discusses the engineering behind the V-3 “supergun”, the weapon that was meant to win the Second World War for Germany.
Jacob Dunn (Division of Biological Anthropology) discusses why sperm are the most diverse cells found among animals.
Hugh Hunt (Department of Engineering) discusses whether we could directly engineer the climate and refreeze the poles.
Hannah Rowland (Department of Zoology) discusses why different animals have different tastes when it comes to food.
Jaideep Prabhu (Cambridge Judge Business School) discusses the business deals we can expect to be struck as a result of Narendra Modi's visit to the UK.
John Pollard (Faculty of History) discusses the latest book exposing battles for power and misbehaviour in the Vatican.
Bhaskar Vira (Department of Geography) discusses the result of the election in the Indian state of Bihar and what it means for Prime Minister Modi's leadership.
Dr Teresa Parodi (Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics) discusses the linguistic, social and cognitive advantages of speaking more than one language.
Professor Dame Athene Donald (Cavendish Laboratory) discusses actions that schools can take to eradicate unnecessary gender stereotyping.