Study following thousands of Chicagoans from across the city over a 25-year period found that 50% of the study participants had seen a shooting before middle age.
The Pinus nigra - along with student, Garden staff and vounteer cyclists - featured in BBC Studio’s 'Lighting up the Nation' Coronation Concert celebrations.
The Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III was marked by a special service at Great St Mary’s, the University Church, on Sunday, 7 May
The winners of this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Social Impact Awards have been announced.
The University of Cambridge’s work tackling some of the world’s most pressing environmental issues will be boosted by the creation of the new King Charles III Professorship – launched in recognition of His Majesty’s lifelong interest in the environment. The new role will provide a focus for leadership in the field of sustainability, and build on the University’s world-leading research and education.
Failure to implement active bystander training could thwart NHS attempts to tackle sexual harassment, say researchers at the University of Cambridge.
Cambridge has been awarded two of Wellcome’s eight new Discovery Research Platforms, the global charitable foundation announced today.
Cambridge scientists are today launching a search to find people who have exceptional memory, as they attempt to understand why some people are much better at remembering than others.
Researchers tested samples of raw pheasant dog food and discovered that the majority contained high levels of lead that could put dogs’ health at risk if they eat it frequently.
In a postage-stamp-sized photograph, the boyish Prince Charles is identified ‘WALES. H.R.H. The Prince of.’