Cambridge University News
Cambridge University college tells court that memorial to Tobias Rustat, a slave trader, is an 'abomination'
Jesus College, which is part of the university, this week hosted a rare church court in its chapel as it asked a judge for permission to take down the memorial
Highlights will go on display at the London museum early next year.
It was first listed missing in 2001 after the booked were moved to be photographed but were thought to be misplaced within the library itself.
When the algae bloom in a large area simultaneously, it turns the snow bright green and it can be spotted from space.
Sonny Mehta, Alfred A Knopf editor and publishing giant, passes away at 76; brother-in-law Naveen Patnaik expresses grief
Sonny Mehta studied at the Sanawar School in India and the Sevenoaks School in UK, where he won an open scholarship to Cambridge University. The son of a diplomat, he is credited with starting the Paladin and Picador publishing houses.
Himalayan states in India are demanding payment for ecosystem services such as clean water and pristine forests, based on the idea of natural capital whose time has come.
Not only did Super 30 uphold his own struggles, noted Anand Kumar, but it also broached more profound issues like equitable opportunities for the privileged and common people alike
Writer Annie Zaidi wins $100,000 Nine Dots Prize for 'Bread, Cement, Cactus', exploring concepts of home, belonging
Annie Zaidi's essay Bread, Cement, Cactus that won her the Nine Dots Prize combines memoir and reportage to explore concepts of home and belonging rooted in her experience of contemporary life in India
Cutting carbon emissions alone won't be enough to prevent damaging climate change, scientists warn.
Wills was a haematologist whose discovery changed preventive prenatal care for women everywhere.
IIT-Indore makes world university ranking debut, surpasses IIT-Bombay; IISc retains spot as India's highest ranked institution
India's highest ranked institution remains the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore, followed by IIT Indore, IIT Bombay and IIT Roorkee.
Lemaitre had accurately estimated a numerical value which was later known as the Hubble Constant.
Misuse of khadi mark by Fabindia adversely affects interests of artisans; KVIC has strong case against erring firms
KVIC has a strong case to prevent the misuse of the khadi mark by companies in India, on the ground that KVIC owns the khadi trademark in India.
Indian-origin student racially abused for defending hijab-clad woman in Cambridge UK, told to 'go back home'
The shocking media footage shows Advani being told to "pipe down", before going on to make the comment 'Brexit, go home'
Researcher at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica data breach apologises; says he thought he did nothing wrong
Facebook has been embroiled in scandal since revelations that Cambridge Analytica misused personal information from as many as 87 million Facebook accounts.
Facebook and Indian elections: Zuckerberg’s assurance of fair polls isn’t arrogance, social media will impact voting patterns
Services such as Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Google and its many apps, and others do not provide end-to-end encryption by default.
Facebook and the deviousness of big data behemoths mining your digital life; it's time to be very afraid
When Facebook states it will "ensure fair elections in India", it is NOT a statement of arrogance - it is an honest admission of the POWER they hold.
The funeral of legendary British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking will be held Saturday in a private ceremony at a church near the Cambridge University college that was his academic home for more than 50 years.
There will be no public access to the church because the funeral has been designated as a private service for family, friends and colleagues.
Hawking kept on saying in the past that that development in AI has been so great that the machines will one day be more dominant than human beings.