Some institutions are not linked to any School, but carry out important work and services that contribute to the University’s mission and often have strong links with the teaching and research activities of Faculties and Departments. They include, among others, the University Library, the Institute of Continuing Education, and the Fitzwilliam Museum and are generally governed through a Syndicate.

Sub-communities within this community

• Animal Health Trust (University Partner Institution)

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
• Babraham Institute

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

Cambridge University libraries community
• Cambridge University Student Societies

Cambridge Rock-Art Database
• CARET

Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies

• DSpace

DSpace technical background

• Literary and Linguistic Computing Centre (LLCC)

A small group within Cambridge University Computing Service which provides specialist support for computing in the Arts and Humanities departments

• University Computing Service (UCS)

Provides computing facilities and related services in support of research and teaching in the University of Cambridge

Recent Submissions

• The redshift evolution of X-ray and Sunyaev-Zel'dovich scaling relations in the FABLE simulations ﻿

We study the redshift evolution of the X-ray and Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (SZ) scaling relations for galaxy groups and clusters in the FABLE suite of cosmological hydrodynamical simulations. Using an expanded sample of $27$ ...
• The FABLE simulations: A feedback model for galaxies, groups and clusters ﻿

We present the Feedback Acting on Baryons in Large-scale Environments suite of cosmological hydrodynamical simulations of galaxies, groups, and clusters. The simulations use the arepo moving-mesh code with a set of physical ...
• Automatic Generation of Number Series Reasoning Items of High Difficulty ﻿

Number series reasoning items have been frequently used in educational assessment. This study reviewed the previous literature investigating features relating to item difficulty and developed a new automatic generator for ...
• Three-dimensional Segmentation of Trees Through a Flexible Multi-Class Graph Cut Algorithm (MCGC) ﻿

Developing a robust algorithm for automatic individual tree crown (ITC) detection from airborne laser scanning datasets is important for tracking the responses of trees to anthropogenic change. Such approaches allow the ...