You may be able to buy them for a couple of quid at your local corner shop, but the humble battery could be key to solving the climate emergency.
Dr Emma Spary delves into the world of drug-taking in 17th-century Paris.
Across the University experts have come together to focus their talent and energies on tackling the pandemic.
Fitzbillies – the legendary Trumpington Street café – has been keeping Cambridge sweet for 100 years.
What happens when an emperor decides to change the religion of an entire people? Forget the Tudors. This is reformation – and counter-reformation – ancient Egyptian style.
Blue-sky science is high risk. You might find something amazing – or you might not – as Dr Kristian Franze has discovered.
Humans are social animals – so it makes sense that loneliness is bad for your health. But with so many of us affected, what can be done? CAM investigates.
When hydrogen is burned in a fuel cell to generate electricity, the only waste product is water vapour.