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Read more at: #CamFest Speaker Spotlight Professor Chandrika Kaul

#CamFest Speaker Spotlight Professor Chandrika Kaul

The next in a series of interviews with key speakers from the Cambridge Festival 2023.


Read more at: #CamFest Speaker Spotlight Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

#CamFest Speaker Spotlight Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore

The next in a series of interviews with key speakers from the Cambridge Festival 2023.


Read more at: From Britain's Galileo to workplace psychopaths at the Cambridge Festival

From Britain's Galileo to workplace psychopaths at the Cambridge Festival

A world premiere play about Britain’s answer to Galileo and debates about everything from psychopaths and obsessive hoarding to food security will dominate the second week of the Cambridge Festival, culminating in a bumper weekend of events. Speakers include John Crace, political sketch writer at the Guardian, food policy...


Read more at: #CamFest Speaker Spotlight Dr Alpar Lazar

#CamFest Speaker Spotlight Dr Alpar Lazar

The next in a series of interviews with key speakers from the Cambridge Festival 2023.


Read more at: The forgotten maths genius who laid the foundations for Isaac Newton

The forgotten maths genius who laid the foundations for Isaac Newton

The Observer features a new play about Cambridge alum Jeremiah Horrocks whose astonishing discoveries ‘changed the way we see the universe’. Horrox will make its world premiere at the Cambridge Festival from 28 March at the ADC Theatre.


Read more at: How submarine life prepared me to be the first woman on moon

How submarine life prepared me to be the first woman on moon

The Sunday Times speaks to NASA Astronaut and Gates Scholar Kayla Barron who is aiming to be the first women to walk on the moon. Kayla will be speaking at the Cambridge Festival alongside Matt Bothwell from the Institute of Astronomy.


Read more at: A Brief History of Time is ‘wrong’, Stephen Hawking told collaborator

A Brief History of Time is ‘wrong’, Stephen Hawking told collaborator

The Observer interviews cosmologist Thomas Hertog. A close companion of the late Professor Stephen Hawking, Hertog will be appearing to give a talk at the Cambridge Festival on March 31 to discuss his new book and working with Hawking.


Read more at: #CamFest Speaker Spotlight Professor Stuart Ward

#CamFest Speaker Spotlight Professor Stuart Ward

The next in a series of interviews with key speakers from the Cambridge Festival 2023.


Read more at: #CamFest Speaker Spotlight Jack Ashby

#CamFest Speaker Spotlight Jack Ashby

The next in a series of interviews with key speakers from the Cambridge Festival 2023.


Read more at: From food shortages to falling IQs, Cambridge Festival tackles the big issues

From food shortages to falling IQs, Cambridge Festival tackles the big issues

How can we make sure food shortages don’t keep happening? Can we stop fake climate news holding up action? Are we ready for a four-day working week? And how do we stop becoming more stupid? The programme features a wide-ranging series of more than 360 mostly free events on everything from climate change and technology to...