Aidan Starr.

Time travel under the ocean

Dr Aidan Starr is a paleoceanographer. In journeying back 2 million years, he hopes to fill in the missing chapters of our oceans and predict where the story might go next. Learn why a mysterious ocean pattern could rapidly change our climate.

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Features - The history behind the 1924 Paris Olympics

The 1924 Paris Olympics stars in a major Fitzwilliam Museum exhibition exploring the sport, art and bodies behind a pivotal Games.
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News - Identifying drug resistant infection with AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) could be used to identify drug resistant infections, significantly reducing the time taken for a correct diagnosis. Cambridge researchers showed an algorithm that could identify drug-resistant bacteria from microscopy images.
Growing human stem cell-based embryo model.

News - Pioneering code of practice for the use of embryo models

Cambridge leads work developing the first UK guidelines for the use of stem cell-based embryo models in research. The University worked in partnership with the Progress Educational Trust.


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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.

Lecture - The industrial history of Mill Road - Friday 19 July

Join for a talk exploring the industrial past of the Mill Road area and share your thoughts on how it may support today's sense of place and community.

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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