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Donors to Cambridge in America (CAm) contributed more than $514M to the record-breaking “Dear World . . . Yours, Cambridge” campaign. Almost $26M came to CAm from gifts under $50,000 that supported Colleges and initiatives such as student support, health care and Cambridge Zero, among others.
The Isaac Newton Trust, the School of the Arts and Humanities, Magdalene and Newnham Colleges and donors including Ross and Jane Reason have collaborated to establish the first Isaac Newton Trust Academic Career Development Fellowship in Philosophy.
Twenty Ukrainian medical students, whose training was thrown into turmoil by the Russian invasion, are next week beginning clinical placements at hospitals around Cambridge, to learn vital skills to help support their country's health service.
The new Cavendish Laboratory will house some of the most advanced, controlled experimental environments in the world. It is here that our world-class scientists will forge a new era of pioneering advances. But we need further funding to complete and equip this new laboratory.
With over 360 Olympians and 1,000 full internationals among our alumni, we are proud of our tradition of excellence. Our sights are set on growing this legacy by providing a sustainable sporting environment for students of all backgrounds and interests.