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Thank you all!

Thank you to everyone who was part of the 25th Cambridge Science Festival. We've had a wonderful two weeks of spectacular science!

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Read more at: Vice-Chancellor hails 25th Anniversary of Cambridge Science Festival

Vice-Chancellor hails 25th Anniversary of Cambridge Science Festival

11 March 2019

We see it as a central part of our mission to share the remarkable work that goes on, often unseen by the wider public.

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Read more at: Cambridge Philosophical Society

Cambridge Philosophical Society

Cambridge Philosophical Society celebrates its 200th Anniversary this year, making it Cambridge’s oldest scientific society. Dr Susannah Gibson gives a brief history.

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Latest news

Biomedical Campus welcomes back the Science Festival

19 March 2019

Visit Cambridge Biomedical Campus on Sunday 24 March and see the difference hospitals, researchers and industry are making to the healthcare both now and in the future.

Cambridge Science Festival prepares for another busy weekend

19 March 2019

Is the Milky Way special? Can smartphone apps help change people’s behaviour? What’s in our genes and what isn’t?

Cambridge Science Festival welcomed famous visitor on Saturday

18 March 2019

On Saturday 16 th March, actor, television presenter, writer, director, comedian, and producer, Warwick Davis and his wife visited the Discovering Sepsis exhibit on behalf of the UK Sepsis Trust

Ground Zero Earth – a new exhibition showing the time is now or the future is never

13 March 2019

From climate change to political unrest, we live in uncertain times. A Black Mirror style art exhibition that explores our future and our reality in this pivotal moment of uncertainty runs throughout Festival.

Festival information

The next Cambridge Science Festival takes place from 9 - 22 March 2020

Cover image: Reverend Professor John Stevens Henslow (1796-1861), Geological map of Anglesey 1822, Credit Cambridge Philosophical Society

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