During #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, some of our staff recently went on wellbeing photography walks across West and Central Cambridge! 📷
Where would you go for a photowalk in#Cambridgee?
Reply with your suggestions below... �fI
We're delighted to have been recognised as a Leader in Openness around #AnimalResearch.
Our website includes comprehensive information about why and how we work with animals, and the steps we take to ensure good animal welfare.
Scientists have managed to power a microprocessor continuously for a year – and counting – using ALGAE!
The new system has potential as a renewable way to power large numbers of small devices as part of the Internet of Things.
93% of our submissions were judged to be either ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, making us the leading university that covers the broad range of disciplines from STEM to the arts, humanities and social sciences. #REF2021twitter.com/timeshighered/…
📢 Cambridgeshire foster parents: Are you#fosteringg students who are in secondary school, sixth form or college?
You're invited to explore how Cambridge can support you and your young people in their education on Wednesday 18 May, 10am-2pm.
Sign up �bit.ly/3L2QVkGkNd
Just published: First real-world data from #Africa on the effectiveness of two doses of AstraZeneca/Oxford #COVID19 vaccine against the Delta and Omicron variants.
Read more 👉bit.ly/3L6VbiSr
🧠 Could there be a new way to treat#dementiaa?
In dementia, misfolded proteins can build up and damage the brain.
Scientists have found that some cells might be able to re-fold the proteins – possibly leading to new treatments.
Read on �bit.ly/3wbCqW63SZ
When proteins misfold, they can build up in the brain, as seen in some forms of #dementia.
Now, scientists have found that stressed cells might be able to re-fold the proteins.
Could this open the door to new treatments?
How can we bridge the gap between technology and society?
Join @azeem as he discusses his book:
Exponential: Accelerating Technology Is Leaving Us Behind and What to Do About It
📅 10 May
📍In-person in Cambridge, UK, and online
We are working with Kharkiv National Medical University to bring Ukrainian medical students to Cambridge on clinical placements.
The first students will arrive within the next 2 months (subject to visas).
See how we're supporting Ukrainian scholars 👇bit.ly/35C6oJ7X
Highlights from our in-person @ArkwrightTalent Connect Day facilitated by @SmallpeiceTrust, scholars had a fantastic time learning more about chemical engineering and biotechnology and the important role they play in tackling the biggest global challenges! @IChemE@Cambridge_Uni
🤖 Cambridge engineers@Cambridge_Engg have taught a#robott chef to 'taste' its food for seasoning at different stages of the chewing process, imitating a similar process in humans.
Find out how their results could inform the future of food prep �bit.ly/3y9oxdzeL
🌳 How are we doing on reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation?
A new report, co-authored by Professor Bhaskar Vira, assesses the world's progress. Read about it �bit.ly/3ye1i20M8@bhask2868@IUFROR@CamUniGeographyhy
Does this need more salt?
🤖 Cambridge engineers have taught a robot chef to 'taste' its food for seasoning at different stages of the chewing process, imitating a similar process in humans.
Anyone for eggs? �AE
We’re inviting state school Year 12s to join us at Summer Schools which give a flavour of @Cambridge_Uni. Accommodation and food are free. Travel bursaries are available to qualifying students. Please share with anyone who might be interested: sel.cam.ac.uk/joining-selwyn…
#EidMubarak from Cambridge! ☪️
Hear from Professor @KamalMunir5, our Pro-Vice-Chancellor for University Community and Engagement, as we wish a joyous and wonderful Eid al-Fitr to everyone celebrating here at the University and around the world.
This month, @Catz_Outreach welcomed Year 11 students for the @UniversifyEdu Easter Residential: a packed weekend of revision classes, taster sessions & intros to life at @Cambridge_Uni, incl a tour of @FitzMuseum_UK. Participants told us that applying now seemed “more achievable”
We are committed to inspiring more young women to study maths and thrive in STEM careers.
Read about how our flagship maths outreach project, @nrichmaths, supports the next-generation of problem solvers