Fitzwilliam wins lottery funding

02 August 2001
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded a grant of £5.6 million towards the Fitzwilliam Museum's Courtyard Development. This building project is vital to the Museum, which receives over 250,000 visitors annually, yet has no dedicated education space, no reception or orientation spaces for large groups nor even a public lift.
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Cambridge scientist reviews origins of BSE

27 July 2001
Last week (19 July 2001) saw the publication of an independent review of the origin of BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) undertaken by a team of scientists led by Professor Gabriel Horn, Emeritus Professor of Zoology and former Master of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
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University builds on success

18 July 2001

A new website has been launched by Cambridge University to shed light on the way that it manages, maintains and constructs its buildings.

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Sutton Trust Summer Schools

09 July 2001
Year 12 students from state schools across the country arrived in Cambridge yesterday (Sunday 9 July 2001) for the annual Cambridge University/Sutton Trust Summer School.
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Sculptor returns to Cambridge

03 July 2001
Kettle's Yard will be welcoming an old friend on Saturday 7 July when Professor Phillip King CBE RA, sculptor and President of the Royal Academy of Arts, visits the gallery to give a talk on his passion for Japanese art.
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Summer School for entrepreneurs

02 July 2001

The Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre (CEC) is holding its annual Summer School this week. Budding entrepreneurs - some from within the University, some from local businesses - will be put through their paces in an intensive week-long course which will take them through all the main aspects of business start-up, from raising finance to team-building. At the end of the week the delegates will put their new skills to the test, when they present their business plans to a panel of expert judges.

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