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Latest issue: CAM 79

 

In the Michaelmas issue of CAM we examine the space of possible minds, meet the man responsible for transforming the treatment of childhood brain cancer and tell the story of how Heffers became Cambridge’s best loved bookshop.

Highlights include:

  • University Matters: Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, writes on how the University will meet the challenges posed by Brexit.
  • The space of possible minds: Humans. Chimps. Crows. Robots. This is the space of possible minds.
  • A Heffers history: Heffers is 140 years old. We examine its role at the heart of Cambridge
  • What a hypocrite: Matthew Parris on why, sometimes, hypocrisy can be a virtue.
  • Man on a mission: Professor Richard Gilbertson talks about childhood brain cancer.

Download CAM 79 (16.97 MB)

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The University's award-winning alumni magazine

Reinvigorating the art of the spirited essay, CAM brings together the best of Cambridge thought and debate. Published three times a year, it carries intelligent, in-depth features, news and events from the University and a fiendishly difficult prize crossword.

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