Equality Agenda seminar

17 Oct 2001

The findings from the University's first Equality Agenda seminar are published today on the Personnel Department website.

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Nobel prize for Clare College Fellow

16 Oct 2001

Dr Tim Hunt, a Fellow of Clare College and a former University Lecturer in the Department of Biochemistry (1981-1990), was one of the three scientists who won the Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine last week.

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Summing up the future of building

15 Oct 2001

Students from the city will be helping out at one of the University of Cambridge's most prestigious new building projects today (15 October, 2001), as part of National Construction Week 2001.

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The Cambridge Greek Play

12 Oct 2001

This week Cambridge students are taking part in a production of the Greek tragedy Electra, continuing a 100-year-old tradition of Classical drama at the University.

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New medical course launched

11 Oct 2001

The School of Clinical Medicine has launched a major new development in medical education. The Cambridge Graduate Course in Medicine is an innovative four-year course designed to allow graduates from any discipline to enter the medical profession.

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Footprints of the lion - Newton at work

09 Oct 2001

The University Library has launched a major new exhibition of the papers of Sir Isaac Newton, offering an unparalleled insight into the working life of Britain's foremost scientific genius.

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Cambridge students SET the pace

08 Oct 2001

Cambridge students swept the board in this year's prestigious Science, Engineering & Technology (SET) Student of the Year Awards, winning four of the 13 prizes.

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Foot-and-mouth epidemic modelled in Cambridge

04 Oct 2001

Britain's foot-and-mouth epidemic would have been over much sooner if the slaughter and cull policy currently in operation had been implemented from the beginning, according to researchers at the University of Cambridge.

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Insector Morse - the science of forensic entomology

03 Oct 2001

Insects may give many of us the creeps but forensic scientists can't afford to be so squeamish. Insect evidence can often provide them with vital clues in criminal investigations. The science of forensic entomology will be explored by one of its leading UK exponents in a talk at the Department of Zoology this week.

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