As Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen J Toope hands over the reins, he reflects on his time guiding the ‘highly charged, intellectually exciting and enriching place’ that is Cambridge.
‘Cycles and circulation: A theme in the history of biology and medicine’ was published in the journal History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences in July 2021.
Is there any thrill like the thrill of musical theatre? We don’t think so. We talk to eight prominent Cambridge alumni about why musical theatre exerts a hold that just won’t let go.
When it comes to the future of energy, one Cambridge team is using quantum physics to turn theory into – game-changing – practice.
Why does satire exist? Why has it been such an important tool for challenging public discourse? And in a world which sometimes seems beyond satire, does it still have the same power today?
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 95.
Acting Vice-Chancellor appointed, ten years of Raspberry Pi and Cambridge Women win Boat Race.
Journalist and presenter Ashley John-Baptiste and first-year Geography student Stephanie Owen compare notes on their different journeys to Cambridge.
The Cambridge University Association Croquet Club brings this gentle, tactical sport to a new generation.
Dr Natalia Buitron on rethinking concepts of territory.
A changing workplace demands a changing workforce: Cambridge Advance Online offers you the chance to develop the skillset you need to succeed.
The 21-year-old Kit Hesketh-Harvey (Clare 1975) used his outlandish experiences as a Cambridge choral scholar to plot his course through a life in music.
Dr David Stillwell says that when it comes to predicting performance in the workplace, it is traits, not types, that count.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
What happens when an emperor decides to change the religion of an entire people? Forget the Tudors. This is reformation – and counter-reformation – ancient Egyptian style.
Living through dark times can be challenging. It takes resilience, courage and, above all, hope. But what is hope exactly? CAM investigates.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J Toope (Trinity 1983), shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge.
It is the quintessential College entertainment. From classic school disco at Homerton to dubstep at Clare Cellars, the bop has it all: music, dancing, friends and, if you’re lucky, a somewhat sticky carpet