Ekbal Hussain (Pembroke 2008) describes how his passion for geosciences led to him working for the British Geological Survey. Today he studies earthquake movements to help understand the risks from future shocks to low-income countries.

Computer Science graduates Simon Chan (Fitzwilliam 2002) and Danielle Ainsworth-Patrick (Fitzwilliam 2007) have been teaching Collegiate Shag (a 1930s dance from the USA) with Cambridge Swing Dance since 2016. We met up with them to find out about life after graduation and how they discovered their love and talent for dancing.

Professor Madeleine Atkins has been elected as Lucy Cavendish College's ninth President. She will take up the seven-year appointment in October 2018.

As he comes to the end of his first academic year in post, the University’s 346th Vice-Chancellor talks about some of the challenges and successes of an extraordinary year in this video.

With 290,000 alumni and 430 officially-recognised Alumni Groups around the world, there are lots of opportunities for you to meet alumni in your area for social occasions, professional networking or learning.

The largest ever marsupial - Julieta Sarmiento Photography
The Museum of Zoology will reopen its doors after an extensive £4.1 million redevelopment.

Catch up with current students to find out how they relieve stress and stay grounded during exam season.

Cambridge is the top UK university and fourth in the world in the 2019 league tables calculated by the Guardian and the Center for World University Rankings.

As retirement gifts go, the Department of Archaeology has created something out of the ordinary to mark the moment Professor Martin Jones hangs up his trowel.

On 1 May the Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) celebrated the opening of the Simon Sainsbury Centre presided over by His Royal Highness the Duke of York.


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