Cambridge Festival exhibition.

Cambridge Festival

13 to 28 March

The interdisciplinary Cambridge Festival is a mixture of on online, on-demand and in-person events covering the world-leading research that happens at Cambridge.

Discover our free talks, films, exhibitions, walks and family events

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


Updates from across the University

Woman writing formula.

News - Celebrating women in STEM

To mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, two of our academics speak about their research careers and how they ended up using their STEM interests to tackle climate change.
AI addressing global societal issues.

Awards - Using AI to tackle society's biggest challenges

Five winners of a new AI challenge have been picked by ai@cam. The prize supports ambitious ideas for how artificial intelligence can address critical societal issues.
People of all colours.

Features - Cancer isn't fair but care should be

We are listening to people's lived experiences to help improve awareness of and access to cancer care. Take a look at how our researchers are working with communities to close the cancer care gap.


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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