Old Testament: new ideas

15 April 2003

The miracles celebrated at Passover and Easter could be proved through science, changing history books, travel guides and biblical commentaries along the way.

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CMI call for proposals

11 April 2003
The Cambridge-MIT Institute (CMI) is sending out a new call for proposals for research, education and knowledge exchange projects to be carried out at the University of Cambridge, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The deadline for initial responses is 24 April (8pm GMT/3pm EST).
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Nanotechnology on the horizon

08 April 2003
A seminar is being held today at the University to discuss the scientific and business applications of nanotechnology. The seminar will give companies a glimpse into the future by showcasing some of the nanotechnology applications in development at the University.
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Admissions statement

08 April 2003
At a press briefing yesterday (8 April) the Education Secretary Charles Clarke said that Oxford and Cambridge Universities need to get rid of their ‘Brideshead Revisited’ image. In response to his remarks, the University has issued the following statement from the Chairman of the Access Steering Committee, Richard Partington:
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Estate of Happiness

08 April 2003
The University of Cambridge’s Estate Management & Building Service was named ‘Client of the Year’ last night (Tuesday 8 April), at an awards ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
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Rethinking the Foundations

07 April 2003
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the publication of Professor Quentin Skinner's seminal work on the history of early-modern political thought, Foundations of Modern Political Thought.
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Grant to lead UCL

04 April 2003
Malcolm Grant, one of Cambridge's two Pro-Vice-Chancellors, has been appointed Provost of University College London (UCL), one of Britain's leading universities. Professor Grant will be leading UCL from October, returning to an institution which he served from 1986 to 1991 as Professor of Law and Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Laws.
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Colleges build bridges to LEAs

01 April 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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Fritillary in focus

28 March 2003
One of Britain's best-loved wildflowers, the Snakeshead Fritillary (Fritillaria meleagris) is the subject of Bringing into focus, a stunning new art exhibition at the University's Botanic Garden.
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