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    Visit the new digital home of CAM to read the latest edition of the magazine and browse previous issues. We hope that here you will find something to distract,...

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


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The R number for COVID-19 – the number of people an infected individual passes the virus onto – has risen to above 1 in the North West of England and to 1 in the South West, according to the latest findings published by the Medical Research Council Biostatistics Unit at the University of Cambridge. When R is greater than or equal to 1, it means transmission will be sustained.
On World Environment Day, hear how Cambridge researchers are working towards eliminating plastic waste and making best use of one of the most successful materials ever invented.
Policymakers around the world are relying on the expertise of scientists to help make decisions around the COVID-19 pandemic. But how do scientists learn to advise policymakers? Noam Obermeister from Cambridge’s Department of Geography argues that this has been overlooked in the past, and suggests how studying their learning might help us prepare for future emergencies.


Wednesday 10 June 2020, 10.00am to 12.00pm BST
Price: £10 per person

Join the Norfolk Cambridge Society and learn about Norwich's hidden industrial past. Our event will include a talk by Dr Mary Fewster followed by a walk pointing out the evidence of Norwich’s industrial past.

Thursday 11 June 2020, 4.00pm to 4.50pm BST

The third Cambridge Conversations webinar will feature Dr Ems Lord and Dr James Biddulph, as they discuss the dilemmas posed by home schooling,

Thursday 18 June 2020, 3.00pm to 3.50pm BST

The third Cambridge Conversations webinar will feature Professor Ed Bullmore, Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Dr Chris Smith as they analyse the effects of COVID-19 on our mental health. 

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