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Jun 17, 2014

The discovery of over 100 fossils of a tiny extinct creature called Metaspriggina from Cambrian age strata, between 500 and 515 million years old and exposed in a number of localities across North America, is helping to clarify our understanding of early fish evolution.

May 23, 2014

A geologically distinctive cobblestone in the Old Court, Clare College in the University of Cambridge has recently been engraved with the initials CLF and relaid in the courtyard. The initials belong to the late Dr Colin Forbes, onetime curator of the University’s Sedgwick Museum.

May 6, 2014

The Round Church or Holy Sepulchre, as it should be called, is a famous Cambridge church, renowned for its antiquity, visual appeal and unusual circular form. Dating from around 1130, the Round Church is one of the oldest buildings in Cambridge and is modeled on the 4th century Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem built by the Roman Emperor Constantine.

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