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.
Celebrating Darwin in Conversation, the decades-long project that explored the lives and work of Darwin’s correspondents.
Britpop, Ross and Rachel, cyber cafés, Cool Britannia, Tamagotchis and doing the Macarena. Think the 1990s were frivolous? Think again.
Generation Alpha is set to inherit a world completely unrecognisable from the one their parents and grandparents remember. We uncover what childhood looks like in 2023.
From London students escaping the Blitz to Ukrainian students fleeing the Russian invasion, Cambridge has long offered a place of safety.
Imagine, says Dr Mónica Moreno Figueroa, what your life would be like without sexism, racism, fat oppression and class distinction.
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.