Everyone’s path to Cambridge is different and, as a stepping stone to study, the Foundation Year programme is giving outstanding students a chance they might not have expected.
As new Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Prentice takes up the reins, we ask: what does it really take to lead one of the greatest universities in the world?
Gallium nitride has the potential to transform energy use through its incredible efficiency, and Professor Rachel Oliver has dedicated her life to the cause.
Modern comedy might tussle with what is and isn’t appropriate, but it’s got nothing on the 18th-century Great Laughter Debate.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, CAM asks leading Cambridge experts to give their views on the issues that matter.
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 98.
Super memorisers, sequencing Beethoven’s DNA and a visit from The King.
The award-winning writer Okechukwu Nzelu meets Aiseosa Eweka-Okera.
Professor Angelos Michaelides is on a quest to understand water in all its forms.
They’re still here: the Cambridge Welsh Society has been offering a taste of home for exiles – and others – since 1887.
An alumni life: Maud Millar (Clare 2007) swaps opera for operating systems to launch a revision app for students.
Professor Duncan Astle says an over-reliance on adapting teaching methods to specific individuals is misplaced.
Bassoonist Rachel Gough (King’s 1984) discovered a deep love for music at King’s, even if it meant the odd all-nighter.
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