This year, the Women's Boat Race will at last take place on the same course as the men's contest and with equal funding. It's the culmination of a long battle for...
Experience a privileged introduction led by Cambridge archaeologist, Dr Simon Stoddart, whose research has shed new light on Malta’s 5500-year history.
2015 is an even more exciting year for the historic Varsity contest as the women's crews join the men's on the Tideway.
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This year, the Women's Boat Race will at last take place on the same course as the men's contest and with equal funding. It's the culmination of a long battle for equality, writes William Ham Bevan
New research harnessing fragmentary fossils suggests our genus has come in different shapes and sizes since its origins over two million years ago, and adds weight to the idea that humans began to colonise Eurasia while still small and lightweight.
New research provides revelations about the most energetic event in the universe — the merging of two spinning, orbiting black holes into a much larger black hole.
Hear the sublime choir perform in Hong Kong.
The Cambridge Group won in 2014 and we hope to achieve the same result in 2015.
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of Penang and North Malaysia are delighted to welcome Professor Stephen Oppenheimer for a talk on "Mainland Southeast Asian Ancestors: more indigineous or immigrant"
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