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  • 11
    Nov

    2021

    How reliable is wind energy?

    Using wind energy to generate electricity has been a big topic in the climate change discussion for many years. But can we rely on renewables like wind to take up the slack as we begin to phase out...

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  • 10
    Nov

    2021

    Climate Change, Sustainable Engineering &...

    Edited by Ellie Pawsey, Marketing Executive, Cambridge University Press How can technology help us create a greener future? The UK is hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the...

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  • 13
    May

    2021

    Measuring Behaviour: The Next Generation

    The first three editions of Measuring Behaviour were co-authored by Patrick Bateson, known as Pat to his family and friends, and his former graduate student Paul Martin. I had a very special relationship...

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  • 5
    May

    2021

    Guides to the Coinage of the Ancient World

    Using Coins as Sources

    We hope you have been enjoying The Cambridge Forum webinar series! A couple of weeks ago, we had a great session exploring what coins can tell us about the Classical world, featuring Dr Gilles Bransbourg,...

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  • 16
    Apr

    2021

    What have Mathematics and Statistics ever done for...

    By Graham Robertson Senior Marketing Executive, Cambridge University Press How much do you know about the influence of mathematics and statistics? April is Mathematics and Statistics Awareness...

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  • 18
    Nov

    2020

    Q&A with Mark Jacobson

    Mark Jacobson, the author of 100% Clean, Renewable Energy and Storage for Everything, is here to answer your questions on renewable energy and climate change! Mark Jacobson answered questions about...

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  • 10
    Nov

    2020

    TEL 2020 Prizewinners Annnounced

    Technology-Enabled Learning Prize 2020 Winners

    We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL) Prizes. Founded in 2019, the TEL Prizes recognise Cambridge University faculty members who use technology-based...

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  • 21
    Oct

    2020

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    Engage your students when teaching online

    As we head into a new academic year with many institutions relying on online course delivery, instructors are confronted with the need to find new ways to engage their students. We’ve rounded up the...

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