This month’s e-bulletin connects you with the University and alumni community, in person and online, through news, events and research.
Join the Vice-Chancellor, academics and thinkers from India and Cambridge as they discuss their work to identify solutions in three areas of global concern: health,...
Reconnect with Cambridge thinking over three days of discovery and intellectual adventure. The Alumni Festival celebrates the power of thought with a packed programme...
Taking a timely look at this geographically pivotal region, explore the fascinating history of the cities surrounding the Sea of Marmara, from the classical legends...
Join five distinguished choirs from Cambridge in the majestic setting of the Royal Albert Hall as they perform Verdi’s choral masterpiece on 24 October at 7.30pm....
The twelfth edition of CavMag, the newsletter for the Department of Physics, is available to read online and download now.
This edition features news from the Department including:
The latest edition of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic alumni newsletter is available to read online and download now.
Men who eat over 10 portions a week of tomatoes have an 18 per cent lower risk of developing prostate cancer, new research suggests.
This summer, family fun and adventure are just around the corner with the museums in and around Cambridge.
Join the Cambridge Society of Ottawa as they enjoy a Pimms and Punting Party by the Rideau Canal.
The Cambridge and Oxford Alumni in Myanmar Group will be holding a joint dinner with Chevening Scholars of Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand and also Harvard alumni in Myanmar and from Thailand at Park Royal Hotel in central Yangon.
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