Like other social animals, baboons learn from each other about which foods are best to eat. Now, researchers at Cambridge have found that how well they learn from others depends on their personality, bold or anxious baboons learning more than those who are shy or laid back.
Researchers from the Institute of Criminology reveal that many women trafficked into the UK who commit crime under duress are imprisoned without support or protection, and call for improved ways to identify the victims among the offenders.
Fri 31 January 2014 (All day) to Sun 27 April 2014 (All day)
Presenting singular objects and unearthing little-known treasures in the extraordinary interiors of Two Temple Place on London’s Embankment, Discoveries is the first major exhibition to bring together the fascinating collections of the eight University of Cambridge Museums.
Sat 15 February 2014 (All day) to Sun 11 May 2014 (All day)
An exhibition at Kettle's Yard examining the work of Ben and Winifred Nicholson both individually and in collaboration with friends and fellow artists Christopher Wood, Alfred Wallis and the potter William Staite Murray.
Mon 10 March 2014 (All day) to Sun 23 March 2014 (All day)
Celebrating its 20th year, the 2014 Cambridge Science Festival will host over 250 thought-provoking talks and hands-on events for everyone. The programme is available online now and booking opens at 10.00am on Monday 3 February.