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Read more at: First look at Cambridge Festival 2023

First look at Cambridge Festival 2023

Hot topics this year include an in-depth look at how we move from global risks to global safety, results from the largest four-day working week trial, greenwashing tactics to look out for, the latest in AI (including a virtual game of football with AI players), and the future of heart valve replacement.


Read more at: Say That Again Slowly - The Cambridge Festival podcast

Say That Again Slowly - The Cambridge Festival podcast

Prepare for this year's Festival by listening to our unique and inspiring podcast. We cover everything from aliens, to Shakespeare, to body image and more!


Read more at: Press release: From celebrating punk to environmental destruction: arts events at the Cambridge Festival

Press release: From celebrating punk to environmental destruction: arts events at the Cambridge Festival

The Festival, which runs from 31st March to 10th April, is the University of Cambridge’s leading public engagement event and tackles and offers solutions for some of our most pressing issues, from the multiple crises in politics, health and climate change to global economics and human rights. Arts-based events include a...


Read more at: Press release: Cambridge Festival tackles the big issues of the digital era
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Press release: Cambridge Festival tackles the big issues of the digital era

These questions and more are set to be debated at this year’s Cambridge Festival (31 March – 10 April), during a series of events that explore the impacts of our ever-increasing dependence on technology. The Cambridge Festival is run by the University of Cambridge and hosts over 350 events that tackle the issues affecting...


Read more at: Press release: From inequality to authoritarianism: politics events at the Cambridge Festival 2022

Press release: From inequality to authoritarianism: politics events at the Cambridge Festival 2022

From inequality to authoritarianism: politics events at the Cambridge Festival 2022 What has Covid taught us about social inequality in the UK? Can political innovation come from crisis? Did science win in the battle of Covid communications and how has the pandemic affected gender equality? These are some of the major...


Read more at: Press release: Cambridge Festival unveils 2022 festival details
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Press release: Cambridge Festival unveils 2022 festival details

Political crises, the past, present and future of eastern world orders, the outlook for feminism, new technologies and treatments for a range of diseases, and the state of our natural world top the bill at this year’s Festival, which returns with an extensive programme of events. Following a hugely successful inaugural...


Read more at: The Cambridge Festival 2021 report
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The Cambridge Festival 2021 report

Four themes, ten days, 364 online events, and more than 100,000 views across 175 different countries. This could only be the Cambridge Festival.


Read more at: Researching a celebrity of Restoration London

Researching a celebrity of Restoration London

Corpus PhD student to speak at Cambridge Festival about Hortense Mancini and her celebrated London salon.


Read more at: Speaker Spotlight: Dr Pragya Agarwal

Speaker Spotlight: Dr Pragya Agarwal

Dr Pragya Agarwal is a behavioural and data scientist, author, speaker and a consultant. Her books include SWAY: Unravelling Unconscious Bias and Wish we knew what to say: Talking with children about race . She will be speaking on the panel discussion Black Lives Matter: has anything really changed? on 31st March 6-7pm...


Read more at: Press release: Interactive e-book offers children a choice of four possible futures

Press release: Interactive e-book offers children a choice of four possible futures

Created by The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) the game-like e-book, Four Futures, One Choice invites children to explore what the future might be for Britain’s buildings, infrastructure, places and spaces. It is aimed at 8-12-year-olds and can be read by anyone, anywhere in the world. Through a series of charming...