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Detecting cancer


Our researchers are finding radical new ways to spot cancer early so that it can be treated more easily. See inside the institute looking at early cancer. At the Li Ka Shing Early Cancer Institute, scientists try to understand and detect cancer at its earliest stages.

The hospital that will change the story of cancer forever

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Senate House.

Other - Upholding our values

The Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellors respond to calls from our University community. We have been in dialogue with our students for several weeks about the humanitarian tragedy unfolding in Gaza.
Samuel Pepys engraving.

News - Pepys’ guilty pleasure

A collection of French fashion engravings offers precious new insights into the life of Samuel Pepys years after his premature final diary entry.
Fiona Barve.

Features - Learning from experience

Researchers and clinicians are now welcoming new perspectives: those of people with experience of cancer. Patients, such as Fiona, are vital to advances in tackling cancer.


Concerts, lectures, sports events, and more

Festival - Summer at the Museums – 23 July to 2 September

A jam-packed programme of family events at museums across Cambridgeshire. Join us for free or low-cost events, hands-on activities, creative workshops and trails for the whole family.

Festival - Cambridge at Edinburgh Fringe - Friday 2 to Monday 26 August

Learn about the Cambridge student shows set to captivate audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe this summer.

Admissions - Undergraduate open day – Friday 13 September

Looking to study with us? If you are thinking of applying, a Cambridge open day is a great way to learn more about the University.

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