• Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen J Toope

    New Year message from the Vice-Chancellor

    What makes a Cambridge year remarkable? In this special New Year message, Vice-Chancellor Stephen J Toope reflects on some of Cambridge’s achievements over the past...

  • Publication

    CAM 88

    In the Michaelmas term issue of CAM, Lady Hale (Girton 1963) and third-year Mathematician Maisie Muir discuss Yorkshire roots and the challenge of being...

  • The CAMCard - bicycle design - issued from June 2015


    The CAMCard is your official, personalised alumni card, identifying you as a member of the University and giving you access to a variety of discounts in Cambridge and...

  • Travel
    Hagia Sofia
    15 September 2020 to 19 September 2020

    The Glory of Istanbul

    Join Professor Zeynep Yürekli-Görkay in a four-day visit to Istanbul, once a small Greek trading colony of Byzantium on the border of Europe and Asia and then to...

  • Alumni Group event

    Alumni Groups

    Alumni are eligible to join any of more than 430 volunteer-led Alumni Groups around the world. It's a remarkable network of friendly and engaged alumni sharing a...


Professor Laura Itzhaki is a group leader in the Department of Pharmacology and a Fellow of Newnham College. Here, she tells us about forming her own spin-out company, pitching to investors and her research on the 'workhorses' of the cell. 
A new type of scan that involves magnetising molecules allows doctors to see in real-time which regions of a breast tumour are active, according to research at the University of Cambridge and published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Animal pollinators support the production of three-quarters of the world’s food crops, and many flowers produce nectar to reward the pollinators. A new study using bumblebees has found that the sweetest nectar is not necessarily the best: too much sugar slows down the bees. The results will inform breeding efforts to make crops more attractive to pollinators, boosting yields to feed our growing global population.


Saturday, 25 January 2020 - 6.30pm EST
Price: $78 per person + PayPal fees

Join the Cambridge Society of Washington DC for their 2020 Burns Night.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 - 7.00pm CET

Join Cambridge Alumni Madrid for a talk by Dr. Peter Martland - Churchill and Spain: 'The Bulldog and the Bull'

Thursday, 30 January 2020

Join the Cambridge University Society of Western Australia for book club.

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