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Communications

Read more at: Our channels
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Our channels

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


Read more at: Working with the media

Working with the media

The External Affairs and Communications team can help you tell your story, through broadcast, direct, social and audiovisual channels. 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.


Read more at: Commissioning work with the Social Media and AV Team

Commissioning work with the Social Media and AV Team

We’ve created an OEAC commission form to help improve our service to you. This commission form is your first step in the production process. We’re asking everyone who would like to work with the Audiovisual team on a project to complete this form. Films, photos and podcasts are a brilliant way to bring your messages and...





Latest news

Blood thinning drug to treat recovery from severe COVID-19 is not effective

28 November 2022

A drug used to reduce the risk of blood clots does not help patients recovering from moderate and severe COVID-19, despite this approach being offered to patients, a UK-wide trial, led by Addenbrooke’s Hospital and the University of Cambridge has found.

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Most young people’s well-being falls sharply in first years of secondary school

23 November 2022

Research based on data from 11,000 students charted an across-the-board fall in well-being, regardless of circumstances, between ages 11 and 14.

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The Mystery of Darwin's Stolen Notebooks - Cambridge University Library Podcast

21 November 2022

Darwin’s tiny, priceless Tree of Life sketch is arguably the most iconic drawing in the history of science. In this first podcast from one of the world’s great libraries, you’ll find out about the notebooks’ great importance, the endlessly curious life and letters of Charles Darwin, and the end of a nearly 50-year mega...

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Contact us

To contact the Communications Office, please email communications@admin.cam.ac.uk. For urgent enquiries or out of hours calls, please contact +44 (0)7879 116949.