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CUE help young entrepreneurs make ‘sense’ of business

01 Feb 2007

Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) organise the most successful student-run business planning and creation competitions in Europe. Since 1999, CUE has had over 450 entries and has awarded £280,000 in grants to 31 business ideas. These companies have raised more than £8 million of further funding and are currently valued at more than £22 million.

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Re-thinking the past, present and future

01 Feb 2007

Understanding our biological past is a tricky business. It's like trying to build a jigsaw puzzle when most of the pieces are missing. However, bioarchaeologists at the University of Cambridge are doing just that through the study of human-environment interactions within a historic and prehistoric framework, often with surprising results.

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Designer organ for Trinity Hall

13 Oct 2006

A brand new pipe organ, the first of its kind to be built in the UK, has been installed in Trinity Hall, Cambridge by celebrated Danish builder, Carsten Lund.

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Open days during September

31 Aug 2004

School/college students thinking about applying for 2005 entry to Cambridge (or deferred entry in 2006) are welcome to come along to one of the many open days and information days taking place this month.

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Amartya Sen speaks on India

14 May 2004

Professor Amartya Sen, Nobel Laureate in Economics and until recently Master of Trinity College, will return to Cambridge on Monday to give the 2003-04 Leslie Stephen Lecture.

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New Master for Trinity Hall

04 Feb 2004

The historian Professor Martin Daunton has been elected Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He will succeed Professor Peter Clarke in October 2004.

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Colleges build bridges to LEAs

01 Apr 2003

An increasing number of Cambridge Colleges are forging partnerships with specific Local Education Authorities (LEAs) across the UK, in an effort to widen participation.

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