Machine learning has blurred the line between data and software, unleashing a tsunami of fake news, bots and clickbait. It’s just one of the issues that Neil Lawrence, DeepMind Professor of Machine Learning, says it’s time to tackle.
You may be able to buy them for a couple of quid at your local corner shop, but the humble battery could be key to solving the climate emergency.
Dr Emma Spary delves into the world of drug-taking in 17th-century Paris.
Across the University experts have come together to focus their talent and energies on tackling the pandemic.
Fitzbillies – the legendary Trumpington Street café – has been keeping Cambridge sweet for 100 years.
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 89.
Tackling COVID-19, 3D-printed coral reefs, and Boat Clubs combine.
Professor of Politics David Runciman, on why democracy will be back.
The Bread Theatre and Film Company is tearing up student theatre and bringing the world to Cambridge’s stages.
Professor David Rowitch explains why paediatrics is about lifelong disease prevention and mitigation.
An overview of the initiatives worked on by and available to staff and students.
The 30th Alumni Festival will be unlike any of the 29 Festivals that have preceded it. For the first time ever, the Festival will be completely digital, enabling you to join us, no matter where in the world you are located.
At the Scott Polar Research Institute, today’s cutting-edge equipment is tomorrow’s exhibit – so long as it doesn’t get lost in a cupboard for 60 years.
We asked, almost 22,000 of you responded, and now the results are in – revealing that Cambridge graduates are positive about their connection and keen to get involved.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
Vick Hope (Emmanuel 2007) and third-year geographer Robyn Topper, discuss the demands of work, play and flying under the porters’ radar.
Why do students want to decolonise their curricula, and what does it have to do with the rest of us?
Professor Jaideep Prabhu, inventor of the electricity-free fridge, says doing more with less makes sense whatever your location.
The Cambridge bubble is a comfortable place. Stepping outside can be hugely rewarding, explain the volunteers of Cambridge Student Community Action