Students in Cambridge are being urged to look out for each other while out celebrating their end of term exams over the weekend. Many young people will be going out to events in Cambridge to toast finishing their exams.
Police are urging people not to drink to excess and to look out for friends to make sure they get home safely.
A £63 million centre devoted to cutting edge science and developing partnerships with industry is to be built by the University of Cambridge.
Funding for the centre was announced by Chancellor George Osborne during a ceremony to mark the topping out ceremony of the Francis Crick Institute in London.
The centre at the Cavendish Laboratory on the West Cambridge site dedicated to world-class research in the physical sciences, and how it translates to industry.
Funding for the project came from private donations and industry while the Higher Education Funding Council for England is providing £21m.
Construction work will begin shortly on the Maxwell Centre, provisionally named for the great physicist James Clerk Maxwell, who was appointed the first Professor of Experimental Physics at Cambridge in 1871. The building is due to open its doors in the summer of 2015.
Archaeolgists in Cambridge are using the latest technology to bring some of the world's oldest cave art to life. Images of some of the 300,000 engravings at Valcamonica in the Italian Alps are on show.
An exhibition at Cambridge University is using 3D printing and interactive graphics so the carvings of Valcamonica begin to move enacting the routines of prehistoric life.
The engravings were made from as early as 7,000 BC right up to the 16th century AD.
They act as an archive of nearly 10,000 years of human history. The exhibition is on at the Museum of Archeology in Cambridge until 23rd March 2013.
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A man has been charged with cyber attacks on the websites of Cambridge and Oxford Universities.
Lewys Martin, 20, of Walmer, Kent, is also accused of service attacks on the public-facing website of Kent Police.
Martin is charged with eight counts of "unauthorised acts of intent to impair operation of, or prevent/hinder access to, a computer" and three counts of "unauthorised computer access with intent to commit other offences".
Martin has also been charged with four counts of obtaining "an article for supply for use to commit/to assist in commission of computer misuse offence" and two counts of failing "to comply with a Section 49 notice to disclose the key to protected information".