Mira Siegelberg has been awarded the Francesco Guicciardini Prize for Best Book in Historical International Relations.
The new carol for A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols on Christmas Eve 2021 is a setting by Cecilia McDowall of There is no rose.
Alumni Dr Tom Geue and Professor Kathryn Stevens have both been awarded Philip Leverhulme Prizes in Classics.
The Choir's new Christmas album is the first under new Director of Music, Daniel Hyde.
Undergraduate student Diallo Williams has been awarded a scholarship on the Freshfields Stephen Lawrence Scholarship Scheme.
Matthijs Maas has led a submission of Evidence to the UK Cabinet Office, providing input on the UK’s proposed National Resilience Strategy.
Gillian Griffiths and her team have discovered how T cells are able to replenish their ability to destroy cancer cells.
Three first year medical students have ranked 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Cambridge in the Part 1A exams in anatomy.
Part of Open Cambridge, the exhibition showcases a feast of food-related material from the special collections.
Nineteen students will form the first cohort of the year-long programme to support those wishing to explore a career path in innovation and entrepreneurship.