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Young Indian woman sorting red chilli peppers, Jodhpur, India

Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz will attend an alumni event in New Delhi on 22 February. In his final trip as Vice-Chancellor of the University he will emphasise the importance of Cambridge's partnerships with India, and will announce the start of a year-long programme of events, led by the University of Cambridge Museums, to mark the anniversary of Indian independence.

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Library clothing collection t-shirts

Library clothing collection

Stand out from the crowd with this unique range of clothing and accessories featuring amazing entomology, maps and mathematics prints from the collections of Cambridge University Library. From t-shirts and hoodies to tea towels and totes, there’s sure to be something to catch your eye.

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Looking ahead to the Cancer Research UK Boat Races 2017

The Presidents' Challenge has been made and this film goes behind the scenes with the Oxford and Cambridge squads as they look back on a tumultuous 2016 and forward to 2 April 2017 when they take on the Thames once again.


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New Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations

Professor Andrew Neely, currently Head of the Institute for Manufacturing and the Manufacturing and Management Division of the Engineering Department, and a fellow of Sidney Sussex College, will take up the position of Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations in March 2017.

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Global Cambridge: Edinburgh

We are visiting Edinburgh on Friday, 10 March 2017 where we will bring together alumni to connect, engage and inspire. The Global Cambridge event series will showcase how Cambridge research is trail-blazing the path to new discoveries, ideas and inventions.

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