The iconic star of Baywatch, Pamela Anderson, was a guest speaker at the Cambridge Union Society last night.Read the full story ›
Plans have been unveiled to build a £25 million mini power station in the centre of Cambridge.
The development would provide heat and hot water to council and university buildings. It is part of a joint initiative between the city council and Cambridge University.
A location for the proposed plant has still to be identified.
Scientists at Cambridge University are celebrating a discovery which could make stem cell medicine much more accessible to patients.Read the full story ›
Scientists at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge are developing a revolutionary device to help stop the spread of MRSA infections.Read the full story ›
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is to take part in a Cambridge University debate via video-link from the Ecuadorian embassy.
Mr Assange will speak on a topic yet to be revealed followed by a question-and-answer session at the Cambridge Union Society on Tuesday November 27.
The Cambridge Union Society posted news of the members-only event on Facebook.
President Austin Mahler says: "The Union exists to provide a neutral forum for free speech, where members can explore ideas and pose challenging questions to some of the world's most prominent figures.
"Hosting a speaker does not imply endorsement or disapproval on the part of the Society. We invite people to speak at the Union regardless of their ideology or background."
Mr Assange is seeking asylum to avoid extradition to Sweden where he faces allegations of rape and sexual assault.
Public invited to contribute to cancer research using a new interactive website.Read the full story ›
Cambridge University has warned it will need more public funding if it is to continue to compete with institutions around the world.Read the full story ›
The number of pupils taking an A-level in mathematics has hit record levels and now Cambridge University has come up with a new way of teaching the subject to make sure pupils are better prepared for degree level study.
Education Secretary Michael Gove visited their maths department today to talk about the plans.
Changes to the way mathematics is taught in schools have been announced at Cambridge University.
Education Secretary Michael Gove visited the maths department to talk about a new strategy which aims to make young people better equipped for degree courses in the subject when they move on to higher education.
Cambridge professors will set tough new maths A-levels after the university became the first to intervene in the exams system.Read the full story ›