Want to know the meaning of life, the universe and everything? The Leverhulme Centre for Life in the Universe might just have the answer to the biggest questions.
Wherever you do it, performance is proven to have benefits that last long after the final chord has rung out.
Genomics – the study of every living thing’s genetic material, and how that information is applied – has the potential to find treatments for incurable diseases. So why is the public so suspicious?
Jingle bells. Tinsel. Mince pies. And choirs. But wait! It’s not the 25th yet, is it? What’s going on? Welcome to Bridgemas, a Cambridge tradition you never knew you needed – until you did.
As the body’s raw materials, stem cells have almost unimaginable potential to repair and regenerate. A new Cambridge Institute may just have the key to unlock that potential.
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.