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Communications

Our channels

We use a range of media, social media and multimedia channels to talk about our work at the University of Cambridge, including press release, YouTube and our research magazine Research Horizons.

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Working with the media

The Communications Office can help you tell your story, through traditional, social and multimedia. Our guide to Working with the Media will give you an idea of how to get your message across and what to expect when speaking to journalists.

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Branding and templates

We offer guidance on the use of the University's logo, stationery templates for your department, and a range of useful resources.

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About the University of Cambridge

Founded in 1209, the mission of the University of Cambridge is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. To date, 90 affiliates of the University have won a Nobel Prize.

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Latest news

Ancient faeces reveal parasites described in earliest Greek medical texts

15 December 2017

Earliest archaeological evidence of intestinal parasitic worms infecting the ancient inhabitants of Greece confirms descriptions found in writings associated with Hippocrates, the early physician and ‘father of Western medicine’.

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Mistletoe and (a large) wine: seven-fold increase in wine glass size over 300 years

14 December 2017

Our Georgian and Victorian ancestors probably celebrated Christmas with more modest wine consumption than we do today – if the size of their wine glasses are anything to go by. Researchers at the University of Cambridge have found that the capacity of wine glasses has increased seven-fold over the past 300 years, and most...

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Presenting facts as ‘consensus’ bridges conservative-liberal divide over climate change

11 December 2017

New evidence shows that a ‘social fact’ highlighting expert consensus shifts perceptions across US political spectrum – particularly among highly educated conservatives. Facts that encourage agreement are a promising way of cutting through today’s ‘post-truth’ bluster, say psychologists.

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Tel: 01223 332300
Out of hours: 07879 116949