Harriet Loffler.

Reframing our experiences of art

“Art doesn’t need to be in an elaborate frame on the wall of a gallery,” says Harriet Loffler, curator of The Women’s Art Collection at Murray Edwards College. “In fact,” she says, “art in ordinary spaces can change the way we see the world.

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Artificial pancreas phone app on screen.

News - Approval for Cambridge-developed artificial pancreas

An artificial pancreas developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge has been granted approval by the USA’s Food and Drug Administration for use.
Sensors printed on human fingers.

Features - Sensors that can be printed on skin

Researchers have developed a method to make adaptive and eco-friendly sensors that can be directly and imperceptibly printed onto a wide range of biological surfaces, whether that’s a finger or a flower petal.
Senate House, University of Cambridge.

Other - Statement on encampment on King's Parade

Pro-Palestinian protesters are occupying the lawn in front of King’s College. The College and University are operating as normal.


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Festival - Cambridge at the Hay Festival - Thursday 23 May to Sunday 2 June

Cambridge academics will be speaking at the literary Hay Festival in Wales. The Cambridge Series will be on urgent contemporary questions. These include the climate emergency, and the future of artificial intelligence.

Admissions - Undergraduate open days – Thursday 4 and Friday 5 July

Book now for our undergraduate open days and warm-up webinars. If you are thinking of applying to come to Cambridge in October, these are a great way to learn more about the University.

Family - The Butterfly Effect – until Tuesday 22 April 2025

New climate-themed art exhibition by local schoolchildren opens its wings at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences.

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