Latest issue: CAM 73
Welcome to the Michaelmas 2014 issue of CAM. This term's cover story is inspired by student cookery nightmares; three culinary experts recall their kitchen experiments at Cambridge.
- Conducting volcanic research in North Korea and Antarctica is full of surprises, says Professor Clive Oppenheimer
- Pamela Evans explores the strange fascination of mannequins hold in the Fitzwilliam Museum's new exhibition, Silent Partners
- What happens in the brain when we read? Lucy Jolin meets scientists, scholars and synaesthetes to find out
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