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To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Fitzwilliam, Dr Mary Laven, Museum Syndic, examines the role domestic and devotional objects play in Renaissance life and why the very thingness of things gives them power.

Historian, critic and broadcaster Christopher Frayling meets the current occupant of his old room at Churchill - watch the video ahead of your copy of CAM 76 arriving in the post from next week.

Sherlock Holmes was a Cambridge man. Apparently, he read Natural Sciences. The stories that record his adventures don’t state this directly, but readers have made their own deductions.

The long - and sometimes dramatic - history of the Cambridge Union Society.

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Celebrate 200 years of the Union, explore what prompts a society to change its mind on big issues and ponder what drives our economic behaviour with Dr Benedetto de Martino in the latest edition of CAM.

Halting the decay of artefacts takes a combination of art, expertise and a big dose of chemistry.

Aristotle conceived it, Galileo ran away from it. Does infinity exist?

For a decade, Dr Robert Macfarlane has been compiling a dictionary of terms for nature and landscape in Britain.

This year, the Women's Boat Race will at last take place on the same course as the men's contest and with equal funding. It's the culmination of a long battle for equality, writes William Ham Bevan

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Meet the University’s experts preserving history in the form of archaeological artefacts, take a whistle-stop tour of infinity and catch up with University news in the latest edition of CAM.

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