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Cambridge University moves all lectures online for next academic year

The University of Cambridge has announced that all “face-to-face lectures” will be moved online during the next academic year. It becomes the first university to...

Scientists at Cambridge University explore new climate improving methods

Scientists at Cambridge University have announced plans for a new unit to explore radical ways of fixing the Earth’s climate. Refreezing the Earth’s polar regions...

Removing EU-wide bodies from justice court would be enormous taks, academic says

A "gargantuan" effort would be required to remove key EU-wide bodies from the jurisdiction of the bloc's highest court, according to an expert. Cambridge University...

Jury sees graphic video of British banker describing torture and killing of woman in Hong Kong

and killed an Indonesian woman he met in a bar, saying he repeatedly raped her. In the video he shot, Rurik Jutting, a Cambridge University...

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