Dr Natalia Buitron on rethinking concepts of territory.
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.
When Catharine Scott was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, the options seemed grim. But then she was offered another way forward.
Every new wave of technology creates profound questions about what it means to be human, says Professor Caroline Bassett.
Super Jelly, a life-changing app for children with type 1 diabetes and £2 billion raised.
Camels are a vital part of the
social and economic fabric
of Kenya. When they get sick
it impacts a whole way of life.
The Vice-Chancellor’s annual address, expansion of Stormzy Scholarships and using AI to detect dementia before symptoms appear.
The Cambridge Children’s Hospital and on-site research centres are set to transform the way we treat – and prevent – mental and physical illnesses in children.