Latest issue: CAM 70
This issue's highlights include...
- A student lending library for contemporary art - the brain child of ex-RAF officer and 1946 fresher Bill Howell
- Edmund de Waal (Trinity Hall 1983) revisiting ‘the best view in Cambridge’ in My Room Your Room
- The origins of the Museum of Technology, Cambridge’s first steam-powered pumping station
- Professor William Brown considering the transformations of labour relations in China over the past twenty years and how power is shifting to the people
- Insect hunters and the lengths to which some entomologists will go in the name of science
- Professor David Reynolds discussing Britain’s war memorials and how they have shaped how we remember the Great War
- Dr Geoff Moggridge arguing that understanding with the way substances mix together can be life-changing
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