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Read more at: How would you invest £50,000?

How would you invest £50,000?

28 March 2013

The University’s Energy and Carbon Reduction Project is inviting staff to nominate their favourite energy-saving measure from a shortlist of four. The most popular idea will be implemented with funding from the ECRP.

Read more at: Art for Syria

Art for Syria

18 March 2013

Christ's College artist in residence Issam Kourbaj's new exhibition focuses on the fragility of life in current-day Syria.

Read more at: Support for postdocs

Support for postdocs

14 March 2013

Places are available for a new event aimed at helping postdocs and contract research staff get the most from their time at Cambridge.

Read more at: Switch Off Week: the results

Switch Off Week: the results

6 March 2013

Staff and students turned off lights and computers, £5,000 worth of electricity was saved and a Pro-Vice-Chancellor circumnavigated the world 28 times.

Read more at: Women to the fore

Women to the fore

4 March 2013

The University will host the Annual International Women's Day Lecture on 5 March.

Read more at: Clare Hall announces President-elect

Clare Hall announces President-elect

26 February 2013

Professor David Ibbetson will take over from Sir Martin Harris in August of this year.

Read more at: Churchill exhibition celebrates modernist heritage

Churchill exhibition celebrates modernist heritage

25 February 2013

A new exhibition of photographic works examines the College's modernist architecture and legacy as a monument to Sir Winston Churchill.

Read more at: Women at Cambridge: a question of success

Women at Cambridge: a question of success

18 February 2013

Nominations are being sought for a new publication of women’s stories across the University that hopes to share knowledge and inspire female staff.

Read more at: Science Festival returns

Science Festival returns

13 February 2013

The 2013 Science Festival opens on 11 March, offering staff, students, city residents and visitors an opportunity to discover and take part in scientific activity at the University.

Read more at: Approval for phase one of North West Cambridge

Approval for phase one of North West Cambridge

13 February 2013

The Regent House, the University's governing body, has given formal approval for the first phase of the North West Cambridge development.