Recent excavations in East Kazakhstan have revealed the extraordinary technological skills of people once characterised as roving barbarians, says Dr Rebecca Roberts.
Luke Syson, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, says Henri Fantin-Latour’s haunting and commanding masterpiece is a destination in itself.
At the Scott Polar Research Institute, today’s cutting-edge equipment is tomorrow’s exhibit – so long as it doesn’t get lost in a cupboard for 60 years.
Professor Liba Taub examines an equatorium held at the Whipple Museum of the History of Science.
A new Vice-Chancellor for Cambridge and Kettle’s Yard reopens.
What do you do with a 150-year-old whale skeleton in need of a hip replacement? CAM went behind the scenes at the Museum of Zoology – due to reopen this year– to find out