Dawn.

The rise of Dawn

The UK’s fastest AI supercomputer, Dawn, is supporting ambitious goals in clean energy, personalised medicine and climate. Take a look at how Dawn is being used.

Can robots read braille?

Why Cambridge?

Find out why studying at Cambridge is for you

How to apply

Step-by-step guidance on the applications process

News

Updates from across the University

Vice-Chancellor Deborah Prentice.

News - Vice-Chancellor visits North West

Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Prentice is visiting the North West of England this week to encourage more applications from the region.
Sponge on a string.

News - Cambridge's new capsule sponge test trialled by NHS

A new test to help diagnose a condition that can lead to oesophageal cancer – developed by Cambridge researchers and trialled by the NHS – has reduced the need for invasive endoscopy in thousands of low-risk patients.
London underground poetry.

News - Poems on the Underground at Cambridge

Poems on the Underground archive has delighted millions of commuters, tourists and Londoners since 1986. The donated archive of poetry arrives at its new home at the University Library.

Events

Concerts, lectures, sports events, and more

Sport - Varsity Rugby Matches - Saturday 2 March

The legendary Cambridge vs Oxford Varsity Rugby Matches will be taking place at Saracens StoneX Stadium. Secure your tickets to witness the exciting action and fierce competition of the 141st men’s and 36th matches.

Lecture - The Darwin Lectures: revolution - until 8 March

This year’s Darwin Lecture series takes the pretty big topic of revolution as its theme. To some revolutions are dangerous, fearsome and worrying … to others they’re exciting and provide an opportunity to change society for the better.

Festival - Cambridge Festival cancer events - from 13 March to 28 March

New types of cancer treatment – which use the body’s immune system to fight the disease and are “kinder” to patients than chemotherapy ­– will feature at this year’s Cambridge Festival.

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