A new transcription project
reveals parallels between the
pandemics of the 21st century
and early-modern Japan.
A time to reform? CAM asked four experts to give their views on the future.
“A bottle brush for the oesophagus” – Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald’s simple yet ingenious invention is set to transform cancer care.
From rank incompetence to corrupt practices, procurement is under scrutiny in all walks of life. What needs to change if we are to get it right?
What happens to your life when you convert? Professor Esra Özyürek explores religion, culture and identity.
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 91.
Freedom of speech, an unseen archive, and the happy ending effect.
The Bread Baking Society rose from humble beginnings to become a source of comfort and community – both in person and online.
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Professor Daping Chu is Nanjing Chair of Technology and Innovation in the Department of Engineering.
The need to build new pathways into higher education for those facing exceptional disadvantage has never been so pressing.
Dr Anna-Maria Pappa says her new technology will help win the battle against drug-resistant pathogens.
Jennifer Johnston (Caius 1995) can trace the start of her award-winning career back to a chance performance.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
For internet sensations Ben and Danielle Marsh (both History, Downing 1995) and their four children lockdown won’t stop the music.
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.
In 2019, Austen’s writing is even more popular than it was in 1819. But beyond the carriages and costumes, she has far more to say about our digital lives than you might imagine
Douglas Adams came up to St John’s in 1971. Seven years later, the first episode of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy aired. As his archive goes on display at St John’s, CAM asks Adams’s Cambridge friends and collaborators about his comic genius.
What attracts the world’s very best grad students to Cambridge? Academic excitement, a global perspective – and outstanding support
The first Petri dish was put into service in 1887. Today, this most humble of scientific instruments remains at the cutting edge of discovery.
Professor Jaideep Prabhu, inventor of the electricity-free fridge, says doing more with less makes sense whatever your location.