The Cambridge Children’s Hospital and on-site research centres are set to transform the way we treat – and prevent – mental and physical illnesses in children.
Professor Diane Coyle says solving the productivity puzzle is key to raising living standards – but it should not be at the price of sustainability.
Running a start up remains challenging – which is why alumni are banding together to learn from their successes and mistakes.
CAM uncovers the fascinating history of the Careers Service, and how it evolved into today’s modern institution.
The idea that war is justified in specific circumstances has held sway for almost two millennia – but as technology evolves, can it hold?
Housing is core to understanding inequality. So what does the research tell us about how housing policy is playing out – for better or worse – around the world?
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 92.
Cambridge in America celebrates anniversary and Mary Beard’s gift to students.
Professor Giles Oldroyd is Russel R Geiger Professor of Crop Science at the Crop Science Centre.
The Cambridge University Gliding Club is making flying exciting, competitive – and, perhaps surprisingly, accessible.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J Toope, says we need to abandon the idea that the arts are nice, but not essential.
Luke Syson, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, says Henri Fantin-Latour’s haunting and commanding masterpiece is a destination in itself.
Leaving a legacy has a long-term, extraordinary impact, enabling Cambridge to do more.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
A carbon-neutral economy in 50 years? Maybe. But what if we were to go faster? Professor Rob Miller says that it is time to completely rethink the schedule.
Professor David Rowitch explains why paediatrics is about lifelong disease prevention and mitigation.
Vick Hope (Emmanuel 2007) and third-year geographer Robyn Topper, discuss the demands of work, play and flying under the porters’ radar.
Whether you’re after the data behind a research news story, wanting to access top-quality training or simply looking to extend your knowledge, as a Cambridge graduate you can access a unique range of alumni benefits.
A lecturer in Criticism at the Faculty of English, Dr Ross Wilson says heavy metal and critical theory have more in common than you might think.
The first Student’s Guide to the University was written in 1863. Outrage, high jinks (and the sharing of the odd bit of useful information) has continued ever since
New books, old books and little-known books: CAM presents the definitive summer reading list
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