• Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta

    Dasgupta Review: Nature’s value must be at the heart of economics

    'Natural capital' should be included in national finances to help preserve biodiversity, according to an independent review conducted for the UK Treasury by Professor...

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    Recordings from Alumni Festival 2020

    Recordings from this year's Festival are available to watch now on our YouTube channel.

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    Discover all of the alumni benefits available online for you to enjoy from wherever you are and find out about the University's response to COVID-19.

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    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...

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    The CAMCard is your official alumni card and is free to all alumni who have matriculated and studied on an approved course at Cambridge.


Dimensional Lungs
A team of engineers has identified the ‘violent’ physical processes at work inside the lungs which cause wheezing, a condition that affects up to a quarter of the world’s population.
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A potential new treatment to protect immunosuppressed patients from human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) has been discovered by scientists at the University of Cambridge. Their study shows that certain epigenetic inhibitors expose and help to destroy dormant HCMV infections, which often reactivate to cause serious illness and death in these vulnerable groups. Subject to clinical trials, their proposed ‘shock and kill’ treatment strategy offers hope to transplant patients across the world.
Professor Sharon Peacock
The UK is a world leader in sequencing SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Of all the coronavirus genomes that have been sequenced in the world, nearly half have been sequenced by COVID-19 Genomics UK Consortium (Cog-UK). The consortium began life on March 4 when Sharon Peacock, a professor of public health and microbiology at the University of Cambridge, emailed a handful of scientists and asked for their help. The Conversation spoke to Professor Peacock about that day and what happened after.


Tuesday 2 March 2021

Join the Cambridge Society of Essex and guest speaker Dr James Bettley.

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Thursday 4 March 2021, 7.30pm to 9.00pm GMT

Join the Cambridge Society of Dorset for an online talk by Adrian Thorpe on How Opera Works

Sunday 7 March 2021, 1.00pm GMT
Price: £24 per person

Join the Isle of Man Cambridge Society for a three-course Sunday lunch 

Alumni Groups

With more than 400 volunteer-led Alumni Groups around the world, you will find one near you using our Group pages. Search by location, interest or College.

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