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.
For internet sensations Ben and Danielle Marsh (both History, Downing 1995) and their four children lockdown won’t stop the music.
Online petitions. Twitter campaigns. Taking to the streets. It may feel as if everyone is agitating for something – but what is activism? And what does it really mean to be an activist? CAM investigates.
For 20 years, the Cambridge University Tape Recording Society preserved music for posterity – and, in the process, revolutionised recording technology forever.