It's about pure reason, it's about absolute truth. There is no room for compromise or vagueness or varying points of view. When you prove a theorem then the statement of the thereom is a fact which nobody can refute, and that's wonderful.' Nilanjana Datta is a lecturer in quantum information theory at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. See her portrait at the launch...
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University of Cambridge
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04/21/2017 at 11:39. Facebook
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Abul Hayat Rocky
University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge
04/20/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
"We could know in 2-3 years whether this approach can slow down disease progression, which would be a very exciting first step in treating Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias."
We could know in 23 years whether this approach can slow down

Scientists discover two repurposed drugs that arrest neurodegeneration in mice

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Yahya Ba
Yahya Ba
Yahya Ba
University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge
04/20/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
When it comes to conservation, it often seems like the only news is bad news, and yet there are many stories which show that progress is being made.

If you are interested in finding out the positive impact that you can make, come along to the Cambridge Conservation Initiative's Solutions Fair on Saturday!

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When it comes to conservation it often seems like the only news

#EarthOptimism: Recovering species must be celebrated or we risk reversing progress

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University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge
04/20/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Meet the Economics student who can play the organ, and cycle with no hands!
Meet the Economics student who can play the organ and cycle with no hands

The economist who makes the organ thunder – This Cambridge Life – Medium

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Fay Rowland
Menno Frieswijk
Lily Yang
University of Cambridge
University of Cambridge
04/20/2017 at 09:38. Facebook
No need for memes on Twitter, or banging your head against a wall, Talking Politics are here to discuss what this General Election could really mean.
No need for memes on Twitter or banging your head against a

Elections! | TALKING POLITICS on acast

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04/19/2017 at 11:21. Facebook
This is a pretty stellar line up for the Easter Term!
This is a pretty stellar line up for the Easter Term

Cambridge Union Easter 2017 Termcard

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University of Cambridge
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04/18/2017 at 18:22. Facebook
Not that we are biased or anything, but we totally agree!
Not that we are biased or anything but we totally agree

22 Pictures That Prove Cambridge In Spring Is The Absolute Best

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Davyd Melnyk
Anton Bruder
Cierra Middleton
University of Cambridge
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04/18/2017 at 11:01. Facebook
Is the robot crime wave imminent? Christopher Markou, a PhD student in Law, looks at the consequences for law enforcement in the age rogue AI.

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Is the robot crime wave imminent Christopher Markou a PhD student in
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Leigh Alexander
PraTeek CHoudhary
Pierluigi Latini
Victor Shahin
Mohammad Ali Ramazani
English student Juliette Bretan asks how to recall a history where remembrance wasn't wanted.
English student Juliette Bretan asks how to recall a history where remembrance

My grandparents never offered me Werthers'

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Don Luker
Apa Chioara
Arun Tandon
Care leavers are all too under-represented in the student population in the UK. Care leaver and Girton College student, Will Lyon-Tupman, talks about his own experiences growing up and how he came to realise that Cambridge was a possibility for him.

If you are in care, or are a Foster Carer, and you are interested in the support we can offer to care leavers, please find out more here: [...
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'Gates Cambridge Scholars come from all over the world, but they have some important things in common: great leadership potential, a commitment to improving the lives of others and an unparalleled passion for learning. Melinda and I are pleased to welcome the class of 2017. We have no doubt they will have an incredible impact on topics of global importance.' Bill Gates

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Gates Cambridge Scholars come from all over the world but they have

New cohort of Gates Cambridge Scholars announced

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Aleksandar M. Ribak
Yoanna Maroa
Emmanuel College student and University Challenge semi finalist, Bobby Seagull, talks about Jeremy Paxman, learning, and how he came by his name.
Emmanuel College student and University Challenge semi finalist Bobby Seagull talks about

The University Challenge star propelled by a love of maths

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Cami Cataldi
Caitríona Nic Uidhir
What happens during early pregnancy is incredibly important for a successful birth. That's why our scientists are growing miniature functional models of the lining of the womb (uterus) - to gain better insights into conditions that can emerge early on in pregnancy.
What happens during early pregnancy is incredibly important for a successful birth

Miniature ‘womb lining’ grown in lab could reveal secrets of menstrual cycle and early pregnancy

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Marija Walter
Mauricio Salinas Trejo
Ibrar Madina Institue
'The more we can understand about elephants’ behaviour, the more we can understand what their needs are, how they think and the strains they face in their social relationships.'

Dr Josh Plotnik, visiting researcher at the University of Cambridge, has been conducting research to better understand intelligence and needs of elephants and thus the challenges that face them.

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A team of volcanologists and engineers from the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol has collected measurements from directly within volcanic clouds, together with visual and thermal images of inaccessible volcano peaks at Volcán de Fuego and Volcán de Pacaya in Guatemala.
Victor Kang
Samer Mohammad Wahbeh
Ibrar Madina Institue
Yesterday we asked you how much of a square each of the 14 people in your seminar would receive from your 6 square bar of chocolate. We congratulate those who worked out the mathematical equation (around 0.4 of a square if you are excluding yourself), and those who looked at other solutions (melting it down, reforming it, cutting it in slices etc)

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You have 6 squares of chocolate. There are 14 people in your seminar. How much of a square do you give each person?

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Jinyu Sun
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We are getting excited for the final of University Challenge tonight! Wolfson College are up against Balliol College from Oxford and to get ourselves into the quiz mood, we have some trivia for you today!

Can you tell us which famous artwork this is from?
We are getting excited for the final of University Challenge tonight Wolfson
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