From wind power to wobbly bridges

20 December 2001
In the first week of January the Engineering Department will be presenting a series of Holiday Lectures on a range of engineering topics, specifically aimed at young people aged from 10 to 18. All are welcome, especially families.
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Christmas carol service for staff

17 December 2001
This Christmas the University is holding a carol service for staff at 3.30pm on Wednesday 19 December. The service will take place at Great St Mary's, The University Church, which is at the north end of King's Parade, facing the University's Senate House and overlooking the Market Square.
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Varsity blues for Cambridge

12 December 2001
It was a disappointing day for Cambridge yesterday (11 December 2001) as the 120th annual Varsity match ended in Oxford gaining its third successive win.
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Pressing Flesh

11 December 2001
A hint of modernity has crept in amongst the ancient figures in the Museum of Classical Archaeology.
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Nobel centenary

10 December 2001
Some of the world's greatest minds are gathering this week in Sweden to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize.
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Bill Gates meets the Scholars

07 December 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft, visited the University last week on Friday, 7 December 2001 to meet the young people who are benefiting from the new scholarship programme established by his charity, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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Stephen Hawking celebrated

06 December 2001
A sell-out symposium to celebrate Professor Stephen Hawking's contributions to fundamental physics and cosmology will be held at Cambridge on Friday, 11 January 2002.
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University honours world leader

05 December 2001
The Republic of Korea's flag will be flying over Cambridge today (Wednesday 5 December 2001) for the first time in the University's history.
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