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?
In 1937, The Night Climbers of Cambridge lifted the lid on a secret world of shadows. While not recommended, some say it is still going strong today.
When Catharine Scott was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, the options seemed grim. But then she was offered another way forward.
Every new wave of technology creates profound questions about what it means to be human, says Professor Caroline Bassett.