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Heart and lung diseases are the leading causes of premature death worldwide. What can be done? Work at the new Heart and Lung Research Institute hopes to supply some answers.

Professor Dame Ann Dowling (Girton 1970) and third-year mathematician Andrew Pritchard discuss space-time, infinity and corridors.

Professor David Runciman
Professor David Runciman surveys today's political landscape.

Dr Holly Krieger, Corfield Lecturer in Pure Mathematics and Fellow of Murray Edwards, describes her Lent term.

Cambridge Student Community Action volunteers
The ‘Cambridge bubble’ is a comfortable place. But stepping outside the bubble can be hugely rewarding, Cambridge Student Community Action’s (SCA) volunteers explain.
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How will philanthropy impact the University’s future?
Women’s rights demonstrators hold placards and shout slogans during January’s Time’s Up rally in London.
2018 is going to be a big year for feminist thought and action. But what does change look like to the Cambridge women leading the charge?
rofessor Jaideep Prabhu photographed by Anna Huix
Professor Jaideep Prabhu says that doing more with less makes sense – whatever your location.
Helen Stephens, Selwyn Head Porter, at the top of the flag tower overlooking Old Court.
Cambridge’s porters spill the beans.
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In the Lent issue of CAM we investigate the ‘fourth wave’ of feminism, discuss jugaad innovation with Professor Jaideep Prabhu, find out about the many metaphorical hats Cambridge porters wear, and discover the power of philanthropy.

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