To Cambridge Again

The annual cycle of academic life brings me once again to my duties as External Examiner for Physics at the famous Midlands University called Cambridge, so I’m getting ready to take the train there. Here’s a picture of the Cavendish laboratory where I’ll be working for the next three days:

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It hasn’t changed much since I was an undergraduate there (I graduated 31 years ago), but the area around it has certainly been heavily developed in the intervening years.

Anyway, I’d better be going. Toodle-pip!

3 Responses to “To Cambridge Again”

  1. “Here’s a picture of the Cavendish laboratory where I’ll be working for the next three days”

    Is it true that the Cam shaft was invented there? 😀

  2. Steve Warren Says:

    The Cam shaft was invented by Lord Ashcroft, presumably in Belize.

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