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Site phasing, context data, Harris matrix
PDF scans of the original field notebooks and registers
Interim excavation and survey reports
Photographs taken during excavation at Thwing
Excavation plans and total station data
Geoplot data and exported composite rasters of geophysical data; CAD interpretations of geophysics
Exported composite raster; CAD interpretations of geophysics
Faunal reports and data
Reports, data, and analysis of the fieldwalked and excavated ceramic building materials
Coin lists and photographs of coins
Reports, data, and analysis of archaeobotanical, coal, vitrified remains, and shells
Osteology report and data, radiocarbon dating report
Original reports of wall plaster, quernstones, roof slates, marble, and aircraft object
Reports, data, and analysis of the fieldwalked and excavated pottery
Lists and spatial data for all finds; scans of finds drawings; catalogue of finds not included in the publication
Faculty of English
A project by Paul Russell, Sharon Arbuthnot, Pádraic Moran, University of Cambridge.
Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Online
Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge
Faculty of Philosophy
Collection of photos taken by D.H, Mellor of philosopher working at the University of Cambridge from 1970
Student magazine from the Philosophy Faculty
D. H. Mellor
Faculty of Philosophy Events Posters
Includes the Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Group, the Behavioural Science Group, a Department of Health Policy Research Unit on Behaviour and Health, the Cancer, Genetics and Palliative Care Group, and the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research
Free, open-access MRI database of animals used to model Huntington's disease
Includes research areas relevant to food, pharmaceuticals, water, energy and polymers (i.e. most aspects of our everyday life) and is centrally concerned with sustainable development and the related issues of safety, health and the environment
A collaborative project co-ordinated by the IRC in Polymer Science and Technology at the University of Leeds, bringing together a large number of scientists and industrial collaborators in order to study how molecular variables influence polymer processing
Presentations and photographs from the the 60th Anniversary of the founding of the Department of Chemical Engineering
Departmental Images for the Department of Chemical Engineering
Includes research into acoustics, aerodynamics, combustion, energy use and generation, fluid mechanics and turbomachinery
Covers all aspects of mechanics, materials, and engineering design
Current research areas include bioinformatics, computer architecture, computer vision, distributed systems, graphics and human-computer interaction, logic and semantics, machine learning, natural language processing, networking and wireless communication, operating systems and virtualization, programming, security, and sustainable computing
Has a worldwide reputation for innovative research that increases understanding of children, parents and family relationships
Promotes scientific study of the placenta, the organ that interfaces between the mother and her baby during pregnancy
An internationally competitive research programme; themes include cell signalling and control of gene expression, to molecular microbiology, plant molecular biology and biofuel research, cancer and cardiovascular biology
Restricted collection for preservation purposes
Promote archaeology as a discipline concerned with the entirety of human history - ranging in time from the Palaeolithic to the modern day, and in space from the Americas to the UK and Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia
Online files supporting the text publication of excavation results from Colne Fen, Earith fen-edge; includes the work of 65 contributing specialists, and presents the raw data used in post-excavation analysis
Data on which published analyses were conducted, along with the initial and final iterations of the correspondence analyses at Spong Hill, the largest early Anglo-Saxon cremation cemetery to have been excavated in Britain
Cultural Heritage and the Re-construction of Identities after Conflict
Images from older books in the Haddon Library, digitised by Digital Himalaya from slides made in the 1980s by Janet Hall
Palaeopathology and the origins and evolution of horse husbandry
Kilise Tepe Project
Non-public materials relating to Kilise Tepe
Nostratic Dictionary by Aharon Dolgopolsky
Combines expertise in the central traditional fields of social anthropology with active explorations of new areas of study
Includes an extensive set of back issues of Himalayan journals, rare manuscripts and books, and numerous maps, alongside visual and audio collections
Provides Kalmyk communities with a resource that can be used to compare, revive and popularise their endangered culture
A project exploring the relationship between Buddhist culture and technological transformations by looking at "the book" as artifact, medium for communication, symbol of political authority, and ritual object in the context of Tibetan Buddhism
Since the demise of Soviet socialism in 1991 and especially in the last decade, the line of contact between Russia and China has become a site of rapid transformations and ever widening contrasts between the two countries
A programme to understand the cultures of China, Japan, India and South Korea through the integration of multimedia, large data storage, and dynamic interactivity made possible by broadband capacities.
Archival interviews with leading anthropologists, historians,ethno-musicologists, international travellers and others.
Films, photographs and texts describing the peoples of the Nepal Himalayas.
A new series of papers from the Faculty of Economics and the Department of Applied Economics, which supersedes the DAE Working Paper series
Squire Law Library / Faculty of Law Eminent Scholars Archive
Investigates the art and history of the Pacific, and Europe’s engagement with Oceania, through the rich ethnographic collections found in many European museums.
Documents drawing on the Pacific Presences team research.
Part of the Centre for Scientific Computing; aims to coordinate and maintain CamGrid, to enable new scientific advances by using novel computing paradigms, and to develop new generic Grid-based tools
Includes papers covering the area of many-core computing within the University of Cambridge
Carries out research of world-class excellence in a broad range of subjects across applied mathematics and theoretical physics
Published papers and preprints
The WorldWideMolecularMatrix, an Open collection of information on small molecules
Digital chemical artefacts created in the early 1990s
Research across the whole spectrum of the Earth Sciences, including the areas of Geophysics, Geochemistry, Mineral Sciences, Petrology, Palaeontology, Vulcanism, Marine Sciences, and Palaeoceanography
Research focusing on elucidating the properties and behaviour of minerals and fluids at a fundamental level
Using chemical, isotopic and sedimentary proxies of critical parameters to explore the causes and consequences of rapid climate changes in the last glacial cycle
Investigation of a very broad spectrum of structural, tectonic and geodynamical processes using quantitative physical models based on land-, marine- and space-based observations
Straddles Earth Sciences and Biology; aims to investigate whether evolution is open-ended and indeterminate, or highly constrained by physico-chemical factors
Research of igneous, metamorphic and volcanic processes to enhance understanding of global tectonics as well as their more immediate impacts on our surficial environment
Includes research in the field of biomedical materials, in parallel with historically strong activities in the development of structural materials and processes, and of device materials
Embraces world-leading research on materials for various types of microelectronic device, functional oxides for memory and power conduction and the science of thin film deposition
Pre-prints of papers from the Device Materials Group
PhD theses and associated research data from the Device Materials Group
Wide range of research programmes linked to experimental and instrumental programmes at the cutting edge of astronomical technology
Research centred on the development of understanding of quantum aspects of condensed matter, from atomic Bose-Einstein condensates to semiconductor quantum dots
Research areas include biophysics, biomaterials, nanoscience and Physics of Medicine, using techniques and inspirations from classical polymer physics, soft matter physics and the study of condensed matter
A major facility for designing, manufacturing and testing a new generation of superconducting detectors for astrophysics and the applied sciences
Work based upon experiments at high energy particle accelerators, with group members making up part of international collaborations
Involved in a wide range of projects in the general area of machine learning and information theory
New materials are constructed in which atoms are arranged in sophisticated ways on the nanometre-scale; these meta-materials often display properties that are not observed in the constituents they are made from
Fundamental physics studies in different aspects of organic semiconductor materials, aiming to understand the physics at the detailed quantum mechanical level
Studies matter under extreme conditions, i.e. at very low temperatures, high magnetic fields and high pressure, using advanced experimental techniques
Explores and develops new physics using state-of-the-art semiconductor device fabrication technology
Covers the areas of surface physics, microstructure, fracture and microscopy
Carries out world leading research, broadly categorised under: collective quantum phenomena, first principles quantum mechanical methods, and soft matter
At the forefront of ultrathin magnetic film and magnetic nanostructure research
Historic polar images
Photographs chronicling the second relief expedition, 1903-04, of the sailing ships 'Morning' and 'Terra Nova'.
Includes images of the sailing ship 'Nimrod' in the ice, sledging camps, wildlife, and views of the Great Ice Barrier.
Includes four collections: the Ponting collection by Herbert Ponting; the Levick collection, given by George Murray Levick; the Debenham collection, given by Frank Debenham, later to be the founder of the Scott Polar Research Institute; and the Wright collection, taken by Charles Wright, the expedition's geologist.
Photographs of the Expedition on Greenland.
British Arctic Expedition 1875 - 1876, lantern slides
Includes images of life at Waterboat Point, penguins, seals, general views and whaling.
Boxed stereoscopic slides of relics of Sir John Franklin's expedition, 1845-48.
Includes photographs of the Expedition travelling to Graham Land via the Falkland Islands, the exploration of Graham Land and surrounding islands, and the return to the UK.
Portraits of some of the officers of HMS Erebus, photographed before their departure from London in 1845.
Photographs taken during voyages to the Arctic by Walter Livingstone-Learmonth on the whaling ships 'Eclipse' and 'Maud'. Images include: the vessels at sea and in the ice, whaling, inuit life, polar bear and seal hunting and life aboard ship.
Includes images of deserted whaling stations on Deception Island and the hoisting of the British Flag there, portraits of officers, views of the South Orkney Islands and Argentine radio officers stationed there.
Images of South Georgia coastline. Includes some aerial shots.
Glass plate, nitrate and plastic negatives
Includes images of Arctic scenery, hunting of polar bears and seals, whaling and the sailing ship 'Eira'.
Photographs of the Expedition on Greenland. Images include: hunting, sledging, surveying, general views, icebergs, portraits, equipment, boats and ships and Inuit life.
Includes images of the expedition's travel to Antarctica, their life and work there, and the return to the United Kingdom.
Includes images of the expedition's departure from London, travel to Antarctica and life and work there, and the return to the United Kingdom.
Images of the Transglobe Expedition to circumnavigate the globe via the two Poles. Includes portraits of expedition members, photographs of equipment testing in the Arctic and photographs recording the progress of the Expedition across Europe, Africa, the South Pole, Alaska and the North Pole.
Collections of materials posted by Trinity College, Cambridge, and by some of its Fellows.
A three-year programme, funded by a generous grant from the Arcadia Fund, to explore the role of academic libraries in a digital age, create new programmes and services, and to improve the external environment of the library
Undertakes innovative biomedical research to discover the molecular mechanisms that underlie normal cellular processes and functions, and how, over lifetime, their failure or abnormality may lead to disease
Cambridge University libraries community
Exists to publish the definitive edition of letters to and from Charles Darwin, the most influential naturalist of the 19th century
Interview footage relating to the Darwin Correspondence Project
Royal Commonwealth Society image collections.
Materials from a discussion about Open Research, hosted at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge (8 June 2016)
Outputs of the Open Research Pilot Project
Cottage Labs SWORD theses deposits
Items deposited via Symplectic Elements
Sketchbooks from Conrad Martens' voyages, including particularly his time on the Beagle.
Lectures held at the Cambridge University Library
Including research papers, presentations and other items rated as valuable to be shared and preserved
Online archive of CUAS material collected over the years
Cambridge Rock-Art Database
Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies
Non-public collection of lecture recordings
Put pre-publication manuscripts here
DSpace technical background
Papers, presentations and other publications related to DSpace@Cambridge.
A collection of file format standards and software source
Submission, Preservation and Exposure of Chemistry Teaching and Research Data
Includes reports, newsletters and like publications for release to the public
A small group within Cambridge University Computing Service which provides specialist support for computing in the Arts and Humanities departments
LLCC Private Collection
LLCC - Dutch
LLCC - English
LLCC - French
LLCC - German
LLCC - Greek
LLCC - History
LLCC - Latin
LLCC - Miscellaneous
The International Journal of Researcher Development aims to provide a forum for the sharing of information and dissemination of good practice in the world-wide higher education sector, for the professional development of researchers.
Provides computing facilities and related services in support of research and teaching in the University of Cambridge
University Computing Service Photography and Illustration Service
PandIS Double Exposure exhibitions
Long-term archive of Streaming Media Service (SMS) original video