National Science Week 2002

15 March 2002
Fire performers Feeding the Fish will provide an explosive start to National Science Week 2002 at the University of Cambridge. Along with the BBC's Dr Adam Hart Davis, Feeding the Fish will be launching the popular Science on Saturday programme tomorrow (16 March), at the University's New Museums Site, in Downing Street.
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Beyond security in the 21st century

12 March 2002
It is now six months since the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon. How should academics respond to these dramatic events? The challenge has been taken up by the University's Centre of International Relations who are developing a research programme to address the issues.
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Kantan and Damask Drum

06 March 2002
For the climax of Japan 2001, the national festival of Japanese culture that began in May 2001, the ADC Theatre in Cambridge is staging a production of the composer Alexander Goehr's Eastern masterpiece, Kantan and Damask Drum for three nights from 6 - 9 March 2002.
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Leading woman

04 March 2002
Dame Stephanie Shirley, one of Britain's most successful and philanthropic women, will be visiting Cambridge on Tuesday 5 March 2002 to give a public lecture entitled Inspirational Leadership at Lucy Cavendish College's Centre for Women Leaders.
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Leading woman

28 February 2002
Dame Stephanie Shirley, one of Britain's most successful and philanthropic women, will be visiting Cambridge on Tuesday 5 March 2002 to give a public lecture entitled Inspirational Leadership at Lucy Cavendish College's Centre for Women Leaders.
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Britain and Europe - rights and wrongs

27 February 2002
Britain and Europe: what went wrong and will it ever come right will be explored by Lord Hannay, the former UK permanent representative to the European Community, at the Alcuin Lecture on Tuesday 5 March 2002.
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Vice-chancellor welcomes RAE success

26 February 2002
Cambridge University has received 48 top 5 grades in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise, with 30 departments receiving the ultimate 5* accolade. A total of 51 departments were assessed and none was graded less than 4.
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From Inner Earth to Mars and Venus

25 February 2002
Dan McKenzie, Royal Society Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge, has been awarded the prestigious Crafoord Prize for Geosciences 2002 for his groundbreaking work on the earth's evolution.
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