Archaeologists have unearthed a pair of bone fragments dating back almost 30,000 years and featuring minute designs carved by some of our earliest European ancestors.
Two specimens of one of the world’s oldest and rarest plants, dating back to the time of the dinosaurs, are now on view at the Botanic Garden in Cambridge.
This was Sven Goran Eriksson's last World Cup as England manager, but according to a recent Cambridge study, his next job may not be based on his managerial ability but on the luck of his team alone.
At a garden party on Senate House Lawn following the Honorary Degrees congregation, Professor Njabulo Ndebele, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, gave the following speech on behalf of his fellow graduands in reply to the Chancellor's Toast.
The UK’s biggest provider of Helium is joining forces with a major user and Cambridge academics to sponsor a three year research project, the results of which are expected to reveal how much longer industry can rely on this increasingly scarce resource.