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The hottest summer

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Last year was the hottest in the past two thousand years in the Northern Hemisphere. Researchers used tree ring data to show just how exceptional 2023 was.

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Features - John Milton’s notes discovered

John Milton’s handwritten notes identified in a copy of Holinshed's Chronicles. The discovery makes this one of only three books that preserve Milton’s notes.
Young child with measles.

News - Birth by C-section increases odds of measles vaccine failure

Children born by caesarean section have more than double the odds of the measles vaccine not working. Researchers say it is vital these children get second dose of the measles jab for protection.
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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.


Concerts, lectures, sports events, and more

Lecture - A Conversation with Min Jin Lee – Wednesday 22 May

Join us for a conversation with Min Jin Lee, author of the bestselling novel Pachinko. The event is part of the Ra Jong-Yil lecture series at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

Exhibitions - Issam Kourbaj: Urgent Archive – until Sunday 26 May 2024

Since 2011, Issam Kourbaj’s artwork has responded to the ongoing conflict in Syria. This exhibition presents key works from this period alongside a new series that explores themes of loss, memory and renewal.

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.

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