‘Cocktail’ vaccines could offer increased protection against future COVID-19 variants of concern

COVID-19 vaccinations that combine two or more distinct variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus could offer protection against both current and future ‘variants of concern’, say scientists at the University of Cambridge and Medical University of Innsbruck.

A new chapter in the history of evolution: Two-million-year-old DNA

Discovery of world’s oldest DNA breaks record by one million years

Cambridge Dictionary names 'homer' Word of the Year 2022

Homer, an informal American English word for a home run in baseball, is Cambridge Dictionary’s Word of the Year 2022, thanks to Wordle.

Mastercard Foundation and University of Cambridge partner to support young African leaders committed to climate resilience and s

The University of Cambridge is partnering with the Mastercard Foundation to address one of the most pressing challenges in Africa: climate resilience and sustainability.

The Ray Dolby Centre and Cavendish Laboratory under construction, October 2022

The family of the late Ray Dolby has made a further transformational commitment to the University of Cambridge.

Dear World… Yours, Cambridge

The campaign for the University and Colleges of Cambridge, the largest in Cambridge’s history, has closed after surpassing its £2 billion target.

Welcome to CAm Notes!

We are delighted to introduce the first edition of CAm Notes, a newsletter designed for the North American alumni and friends of Collegiate Cambridge.

War in Ukraine widens global divide in public attitudes toward US, China and Russia

'Mega-dataset' of public opinion covering 97% of the planet finds a 'world divided' between liberal US-backing populations and illiberal nations favouring China and Russia.

Cambridge welcomes first Foundation Year students

The Foundation Year offers a new route to a university education

The Acting Vice-Chancellor’s annual October 1st address

The Acting Vice-Chancellor, Dr Anthony Freeling, marked the start of the new academic year by giving his annual address to the University in the Senate House.