It's the final day of the Cambridge Science Festival - today, there are lots of hands-on events, talks and exhibitions in and around the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, featuring stem cell robots, clever worms, and the new Biomakespace. A full listing of today's (mostly free!) events is at the link:
It's the final weekend of the Cambridge Science Festival! There are more than 120 (mostly free!) talks, hands-on events and exhibitions on today and tomorrow, including the anti-gravity box at the Cavendish Laboratory!
This curious object is a 4,200 year old Sumerian clay tablet. It is the oldest example of writing at Cambridge University Library. What ancient wisdom does this historic tablet contain? Is it philosophy, theology, a work of great literature? No! The answer may surprise you...
Women played a vital but sometimes under-recognised role in World War II. Cherish Watton, a student at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, is determined that their efforts will be remembered. Read the latest installment in our 'This Cambridge Life' series at the link.