UoC Research in Pictures

These images represent a selection of other research coming out of the University and its affiliates. More information on research taking place at the University of Cambridge is available from: http://www.cam.ac.uk/research
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Just your cup of tea: the history (and health claims) of the nation’s favourite brew | University of Cambridge #china

How do you take your tea – with a drop of poisonous chemicals or a spoonful of sheep dung? Throughout history, the health benefits – and harms – of this popular beverage have been widely debated.

Issue 31 Research Horizons

Issue 31 Research Horizons

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Ten thousand reasons to celebrate Open Access at Cambridge | University of Cambridge #research

Ten thousand reasons to celebrate Open Access at Cambridge

Aesthetics over athletics when it comes to women in sport | University of Cambridge #gender #language

A lookback at top moments for athletes & experts from…

Some of the finest illuminated manuscripts in the world – treasures combining gold and precious pigments – will go on display today in celebration of the Fitzwilliam Museum’s bicentenary | The University of Cambridge #history

Some of the finest illuminated manuscripts in the world – treasures combining gold and precious pigments – will go on display today in celebration of the Fitzwilliam Museum’s bicentenary

Biodiversity should be focus of businesses’ efforts to mitigate their environmental impact, says new report | University of Cambridge #conservation

Biodiversity should be focus of businesses’ efforts to mitigate their environmental impact, says new report

The secret to an Oesia life: Prehistoric worm built tube-like “houses” on sea floor | University of Cambridge #evolution #vertebrates

The secret to an Oesia life: Prehistoric worm built tube-like “houses” on sea floor

Leading theologians urge the Church of England to celebrate same-sex relationships | University of Cambridge #christianity #lgbt #sexuality

Leading theologians urge the Church of England to celebrate same-sex relationships

From Shakespeare to Austen: King’s College celebrates the Thackeray Collection of rare books | University of Cambridge #library #literature #conservation

From Shakespeare to Austen: King’s College celebrates the Thackeray Collection of rare books


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