November 2016

Nutritional cognitive neuroscience: research at the crossroads . . .

2 November, 2016 - 11:14

Dr Joy Dauncey, Fellow of Wolfson, has been invited by Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience as Guest Associate Editor for the special Research Topic "Nutritional cognitive neuroscience: research at the crossroads of nutri

Facebook updates could provide a window to understanding – and treating – mental health disorders

1 November, 2016 - 15:31

Writing in Lancet Psychiatry, researchers from the University of Cambridge discuss how social networking sites might be harnessed to provide data to help further our understanding of the onset and early years of mental illness.

October 2016

Public health policy impact case study from Fellow of Wolfson College

20 October, 2016 - 16:51

Assessing the benefits of blue-green infrastructure

Opening this Sunday: Counterpoints

6 October, 2016 - 19:24

Contemporary Russian Art at Wolfson College

September 2016

Non-stipendiary Junior Research Fellowship Competition 2017

30 September, 2016 - 15:01

Wolfson College invites applications for up to ten non-stipendiary Junior Research Fellowships under Title BI.

Improving prediction of outbreaks of Ebola and Lassa fever

7 September, 2016 - 15:14

Wolfson Fellow and ALBORADA Professor of Equine and Farm Animal Science, Professor James Wood, comments on the implementation of a new model that could aid the prediction of Ebola and Lassa Fever outbreaks:

Wolfson welcomes Open Cambridge

1 September, 2016 - 07:28

August 2016

We might be leaving the EU but we’re very much part of Europe

25 August, 2016 - 16:47

Writing in the Evening Standard today, Sir Richard Evans comments on our links to the Continent, which have run deep for centuries, both economically and culturally, and must be cherished:

June 2016

Effects of the referendum result on universities, funding, students and staff

29 June, 2016 - 09:18

Further to my announcement yesterday, I am pleased to report that a statement on the effects of the referendum result on universities, funding, students and staff has been published by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, which is the government ministry responsible for universities: "As the Prime Minister set out last week, the government will continue taking forward the important legislation that was set before Parliament in the Queen's Speech, including the Higher Education and Research Bill."