Cambridge is a proper noun. Cambridge is (1) a university in England, (2) a city in eastern England on the River Cam; site of Cambridge University, (3) a city in Massachusetts just north of Boston; site of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun Cambridge.
Regional Cambridge products and services directory with city demographic information, Middlesex County locator map, and interactive Cambridge maps.
Cambridge ESOL is part of Cambridge Assessment at Cambridge University. It provides tests and exams in various aspects of the English language to over 8 million people in 150 countries. The tests are used to assess proficiency at various levels of competency. This website provides information about the tests and centres where they can be taken.
The University of Cambridge, located in Cambridge, England will be celebrating its 800th birthday in 2009. The school has approximately 18,000 students, both undergraduate and graduate. Famous as an educational institution, the University is also home to many famous libraries and museums.
Free, online dictionary published by Cambridge University Press. Search British and American English lexicons as well as idioms and French or Spanish word translations.
CUP is a department of Cambridge University in the UK. It is the oldest publisher in the world, operating since 1534, and also one of the largest. On the website, users can find a catalog of all their publications, searchable by subject. Also on the website are links to permissions and information about working for CUP.
The Computer Laboratory at Cambridge University in the UK is an academic department which encompasses computer science, engineering, technology and mathematics. There are 35 faculty and 140 PhD students. There is a specialized library and access to a publications database. Information about the faculty, research, applying, and job openings are all found on the website.
Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States. Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, it is highly selective school. Harvard has had many distinguished graduates including seven presidents. There are about 2700 faculty members, 6700 undergraduates, and 12,400 graduate students. Radcliffe College became part of Harvard in 1999.
MIT, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the top schools of science and technology in the world. It also houses the Sloan School of Management and a School of Architecture and City Planning. There are 4000 undergraduates and 6000 graduate students with a faculty of approximately 1000.
Oxford University is, with Cambridge, one of the most prestigious Universities in Great Britain. There are approximately 18,000 students in residence. The exact date of its founding is unknown but there was some education taking place there in 1096. The website contains a history of the University, information about applying, and descriptions of the associated museums, libraries, and buildings.
The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) is the primary private sector marketing and visitor service organization charged with the development of meetings, conventions and tourism-related business. The organization strives to enhance the economy of Boston, Cambridge and the metropolitan area.
The following articles provide recent Cambridge-related news.
The former Cambridge Analytica executive Alexander Nix has pulled out of an appearance at the largest advertising industry conference in the world after criticism from the industry. ...
CNBC. Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019 16:18 GMT.
Dieting is hard because weight loss sets off an evolutionary "red flag" in the brain which triggers hunger cravings, a Cambridge University geneticist has warned.
Irish Independent. Friday, 31 May 2019 02:30:00 +0100.
With echoes of Cambridge Analytica, Facebook is suing a South Korean firm allegedly using data gathered illegally from Facebook's platform to sell marketing and advertising. The issue for Facebook is the delay in taking action. ...
By Zak Doffman, Contributor. Forbes. Saturday, 11 May 2019 01:54:00 -0400.
The University of Cambridge will conduct a two-year academic study of how much it benefited from the Atlantic slave trade and whether its scholarship reinforced race-based thinking during Britain's colonial era.
Reuters. Tuesday, 30 Apr 2019 12:00:17 -0400.