The University of Cambridge (informally Cambridge University) is a collegiate public research university in Cambridge, England, often regarded as one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Founded in 1209 and given royal charter status by King Henry III in 1231, Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world's fourth-oldest surviving university. The university grew out of an association of scholars who left the University of Oxford after a dispute with the townspeople. The two ancient universities share many common features and are often referred to jointly as "Oxbridge".

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  • Supporting Postdocs at Cambridge
    Postdocs are the driving force behind much of the cutting-edge research that takes place at Cambridge. They are the fastest growing and most diverse staff group, and with increasing numbers they face huge challenges both professionally and personally. Providing better support for these young people, who are imperative to the University’s work, is the primary role of the Office of Postdoctoral Aff...
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  • Students' tips on getting started at Cambridge University
    We met up with some Cambridge University vloggers to find out what it's really like to study at Cambridge, and also get some insiders’ advice for students starting next term. Ibz Mo - Snapchat - ibzmo - https://www.snapchat.com/add/ibzmo Instagram - ibzmo - https://www.instagram.com/ibzmo/ Youtube - ibzmo - https://www.youtube.com/user/ibstarsns Nissy Tee Snapchat - nissytee - https://www.snap...
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  • Autonomous vision-based over height vehicle detection system
    This was a joint project with Cambridge and Transport for London to create, test and deploy an overheight system for the prevention of bridge and tunnel strikes using a vision-based approach. The result is a high accuracy system that cost an order of magnitude less than current state of practice. Other partial funding came from Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC) for...
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  • India Unboxed: The Indian Crocodilian
    The Indian Gharial, Gavialis gangeticus, is one of the largest living crocodilians and this skull – from the University’s Museum of Zoology – is one of the largest in any collection. It was collected from the Yamuna River in north-central India, and presented to the Museum in 1897.by Ernest Hanbury Hankin – a pioneering bacteriologist working in India, on the spread of disease.
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  • India Unboxed: The Indian Crocodilian
    The Indian Gharial, Gavialis gangeticus, is one of the largest living crocodilians and this skull – from the University’s Museum of Zoology – is one of the largest in any collection. It was collected from the Yamuna River in north-central India, and presented to the Museum in 1897.by Ernest Hanbury Hankin – a pioneering bacteriologist working in India, on the spread of disease.
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  • Students Tips on getting started at Cambridge University
    We met up with some Cambridge University vloggers to find out what it's really like to study at Cambridge, and also get some insiders’ advice for students starting next term. Ibz Mo - Snapchat - ibzmo - https://www.snapchat.com/add/ibzmo Instagram - ibzmo - https://www.instagram.com/ibzmo/ Youtube - ibzmo - https://www.youtube.com/user/ibstarsns Nissy Tee Snapchat - nissytee - https://www.snap...
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  • India Unboxed: Headhunter’s Monkey Skull
    Our #IndiaUnboxed series continues with this skull of a monkey who lived and died in the mountains of what is now Nagaland, in northeast India. Now at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge, it has travelled great distances, had several owners, and undergone a number of transformations.
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  • Hollie's Results Day | #GoingToCambridge
    "We jumped up and down and screamed a little bit in excitement, going 'oh my God, we're going to Cambridge!' And then we went to the pub.'" Hollie, a first year English student, looks back on the moment she found out she was #GoingToCambridge.
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  • Professor Andrew Balmford - Department of Zoology
    Cambridge University has produced a series of films about five of this year’s Pilkington Prize winners. These films go behind the scenes to show Cambridge teaching in action as well as inviting winners to explain their passion for teaching and reveal some of their trade secrets. The films feature Lecturer in German Thought, Martin Ruehl; Physics Lecturer Lisa Jardine-Wright; Sociologist Mónica Mor...
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  • Dr James Moultrie - Department of Engineering
    Cambridge University has produced a series of films about five of this year’s Pilkington Prize winners. These films go behind the scenes to show Cambridge teaching in action as well as inviting winners to explain their passion for teaching and reveal some of their trade secrets. The films feature Lecturer in German Thought, Martin Ruehl; Physics Lecturer Lisa Jardine-Wright; Sociologist Mónica Mor...
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  • Snip, snip, cure: correcting defects in the genetic blueprint
    Gene editing using ‘molecular scissors’ that snip out and replace faulty DNA could provide an almost unimaginable future for some patients: a complete cure. Cambridge researchers like Dr Alasdair Russell from the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute are working towards making the technology cheap and safe, as well as examining the ethical and legal issues surrounding one of the most exciting med...
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  • Biomedicine and the law
    Dr Kathy Liddell, who leads the Cambridge Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences, explains why it’s important to understand how the law can help advance – and help control – new biomedical technologies. One area of interest to the Centre is gene editing – the use of ‘molecular scissors’ that snip out and replace faulty DNA. Read more about how Cambridge researchers are working towards making...
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  • Dr Mónica Moreno Figueroa - Department of Sociology
    Cambridge University has produced a series of films about five of this year’s Pilkington Prize winners. These films go behind the scenes to show Cambridge teaching in action as well as inviting winners to explain their passion for teaching and reveal some of their trade secrets. The films feature Lecturer in German Thought, Martin Ruehl; Physics Lecturer Lisa Jardine-Wright; Sociologist Mónica Mor...
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  • The self-defence force awakens
    An army of cells constantly patrols within us, attacking anything it recognises as foreign, keeping us safe from invading pathogens. Among these, T-cells are the body’s serial killers, patrolling, identifying and destroying infected and cancer cells with remarkable precision and efficiency. They have to contend with cancer cells that are able to trick them by sending out a ‘don’t kill’ signal. “M...
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  • The Vice-Chancellor discusses Brexit
    As Brexit negotiations begin, the University of Cambridge's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, discusses the University's priorities in any future Brexit deal.
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  • Dr Lisa Jardine-Wright - Department of Physics
    Cambridge University has produced a series of films about five of this year’s Pilkington Prize winners. These films go behind the scenes to show Cambridge teaching in action as well as inviting winners to explain their passion for teaching and reveal some of their trade secrets. The films feature Lecturer in German Thought, Martin Ruehl; Physics Lecturer Lisa Jardine-Wright; Sociologist Mónica Mor...
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  • Return of the Titan
    Cambridge University Botanic Garden was delighted that one of our Titan Arums flowered in June 2017. After an impressively smelly opening, Titus (as it was christened by the public) was pollinated and its pollen was collected and frozen. We will know by the end of July if pollination was successful. If it is, the fruits should be fully ripened by December when we will extract seed and endeavour...
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  • India Unboxed: Meet the meteorites?
    Our #IndiaUnboxed series continues with the puzzling story of the fiery meteorites which were cold to the touch. 157 years ago the people of Dharamsala in Northwest India watched as three meteorites streaked across the sky and crashed into the ground nearby. Despite witnessing nine-foot flames trailing behind the meteorites, the brave locals who rushed to pick them up found them to be intensely ...
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  • Fantastic voyage of the nanobots
    Nanomachines small enough to move around our bloodstream have long been a dream of scientists and public alike. But working out how to make them move has meant they’ve remained in the realm of science fiction. Professor Jeremy Baumberg and colleagues recently developed the world’s tiniest engine – just a few billionths of a metre in size. It’s biocompatible, cost-effective to manufacture, fast to ...
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  • Teaching celebrated across the University
    Cambridge University has produced a series of films about five of this year’s Pilkington Prize winners. These films go behind the scenes to show Cambridge teaching in action as well as inviting winners to explain their passion for teaching and reveal some of their trade secrets. The films feature Lecturer in German Thought, Martin Ruehl; Physics Lecturer Lisa Jardine-Wright; Sociologist Mónica Mor...

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