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.
Wherever you do it, performance is proven to have benefits that last long after the final chord has rung out.
Genomics – the study of every living thing’s genetic material, and how that information is applied – has the potential to find treatments for incurable diseases. So why is the public so suspicious?
Jingle bells. Tinsel. Mince pies. And choirs. But wait! It’s not the 25th yet, is it? What’s going on? Welcome to Bridgemas, a Cambridge tradition you never knew you needed – until you did.
As the body’s raw materials, stem cells have almost unimaginable potential to repair and regenerate. A new Cambridge Institute may just have the key to unlock that potential.
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 96.
New Vice-Chancellor announced, £2.2bn raised and help for Ukraine.
Keep calm and carry on: the Aurelius Society is bringing Stoicism and resilience to Cambridge.
Theatre director Sir Trevor Nunn wants to know what on Earth student Ameera Cunningham is doing in his room.
Dr Alexander Rodnyansky spoke to CAM in September 2022 from Ukraine, where he has been based since the start of the war.
Freshers’ events help new students feel at home, before they’ve even left their own homes. Could you get involved?
Comedian Alice Fraser (Sidney Sussex 2007) adapted to a newfound independence with opera, love songs and a turn on the banjo.
In fact, says innovation expert Diarmuid O’Brien, ideas created at Cambridge create impact on a global scale.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
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.
Living through dark times can be challenging. It takes resilience, courage and, above all, hope. But what is hope exactly? CAM investigates.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J Toope (Trinity 1983), shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge.
It is the quintessential College entertainment. From classic school disco at Homerton to dubstep at Clare Cellars, the bop has it all: music, dancing, friends and, if you’re lucky, a somewhat sticky carpet