Cambridge takes the lead on learning

12 Nov 2001

A new initiative which will support and improve the practice of leadership in schools will be launched this week by the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Education.

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Heroes and Artists - Brazil's popular art

08 Nov 2001

The extraordinary world of bandits, religion and daily life in the backlands of Brazil is brought to life in Heroes and Artists: Popular Art and the Brazilian Imagination, an exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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Charting strategy in a sea of change

07 Nov 2001

This week sees the launch of the Cambridge-MIT Institute (CMI) Distinguished Lectures, a programme of monthly videoconferences linking MIT and the University of Cambridge.

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CAPSA Report

05 Nov 2001

The University published two reports on Friday, 2 November 2001 about the University's on-line commitment accounting software system (CAPSA) and its implementation (Reporter, 2 November 2001).

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CMI hosts UK competitiveness summit

01 Nov 2001

Government, industry and academic leaders from both sides of the Atlantic are attending a summit at Cambridge today, hosted by the Cambridge-MIT Institute (CMI).

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Science laid bare

29 Oct 2001

A group of Cambridge scientists have taken to the airwaves with their own radio show broadcast weekly on Cambridge's Star 107.9FM

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Apples and the Stone Age

26 Oct 2001

This weekend the University is holding two very different public events - Back to the Stone Age at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on Saturday 27 October, and Apple Day at the Botanic Garden on Sunday 28th October.

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