"I am so excited to take advantage of all the opportunities Cambridge has to offer"
"This changes how we read The Mask of Anarchy. It brings Shelley's poem much closer to Peterloo"
"Changes to the tumour's DNA tell a story of where it has been and when"
Study suggests that 7% of global GDP will disappear by 2100 as a result of business-as-usual carbon emissions – including over 10% of incomes in both Canada and the United States.
As a species, we have been recording, researching and documenting the moon through the ages. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, Cambridge University Library shares its maps of the moon collected over centuries.
A major exhibition, co-curated by a Cambridge historian, has shattered the myth of artist Emil Nolde and sent shock waves through Germany.
A vegetable-picking robot that uses machine learning to identify and harvest a commonplace, but challenging, agricultural crop has been developed by engineers.
The Centre for Natural Material Innovation exhibited their proposals for timber skyscrapers at the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition.
Dr Paulina Sliwa argues that intentions are the key to making sense of our everyday morality.
Women in STEM: Dr Cecilia Brassett
Dr Cecilia Brassett is the University Clinical Anatomist and a Fellow of Magdalene College. Here, she tells us about teaching anatomy, which has been takin...
Colour-changing artificial ‘chameleon skin’ powered by nanomachines
Researchers have developed artificial ‘chameleon skin’ that changes colour when exposed to light and could be used in applications such as active ca...
Opinion: Plants can tell time even without a brain
Mark Greenwood and James Locke from the University's Sainsbury Laboratory reveal how plants tell the time and coordinate their cellular rhythms. This articl...
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