• Borat visits nicest university in world, Cambridge

    I especially like the part with the retarded fratfags. So cliché. Also, the moralist snobs XD... hilarious. Find the episodes here: http://j.gs/1012048/free-ali-g-episodes

    published: 17 Jan 2012
  • The Best University Room... In the World? - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY

    I've just got back to Cambridge University and had my first exam yesterday (which went okay wooo!). Here's a video of my best mate (Nat) and I going into our new room at Trinity College, Cambridge for the first time. Let me know what you think of the room in the comments below guys 😃

    published: 06 Oct 2017
  • What Does Cambridge Mean To You?

    How do you measure the impact of a university? Our ideas and innovations have shaped the world. Our campaign, 'Dear World... Yours, Cambridge', will raise £2 billion to help us shape all our futures. In this film we ask alum what Cambridge means to them.

    published: 18 Nov 2015
  • Oxford, Cambridge top world university rankings

    British universities are top of the class in the latest "Times Higher Education ranking":https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/world-university-rankings-2018-results-announced. Oxford held on to first place for the second year in a row, while Cambridge rose from fourth to second, unseating the California Institute of Technology, which is joint third with Stanford University. Next come more American universities: the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard and Princeton. The annual … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/09/06/oxford-cambridge-top-world-university-rankings What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.c...

    published: 06 Sep 2017
  • WOW - Women of the World Cambridge

    WOW - Women of the World is a festival of talks, debates, music, film, comedy, performance and conversation that celebrates the talents of women and girls from all walks of life and all parts of the world. WOW asks what obstacles exist that prevent women from realising their potential and debates how to make progress. The festival is full of great stories from women and girls who are breaking the mould in science, enterprise, law, the arts, health, activism, education, politics, sport, fashion, finance and family life. There are platforms for women of all ages to have their say and men and boys who are trying to build gender equality at work and in the home. The events lead to unexpected discoveries through a combination of well-known speakers and those you’ve never heard of but who have a...

    published: 09 Mar 2015
  • Cambridge awards winners

    Meet some of our top in the world winners from around the globe.

    published: 16 Nov 2015
  • All The World’s A Stage | RTS Cambridge Convention 2017

    The UK television industry has a first class track record both creatively and in accessing international markets. Endemol Shine Group CEO, Sophie Turner Laing welcomes a panel of international experts to discuss strategic priorities, market trends and future opportunities – and how UK creatives can make the most of these as we contemplate a post-Brexit future. Joining Sophie on the panel were: Cecile Frot-Coutaz, CEO, FremantleMedia Group Michelle Guthrie, Managing Director, Australian Broadcasting Corporation David Lynn, President & CEO, Viacom International Media Networks Rebecca Yang, CEO, IPCN

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • This House Believes Capitalism has Failed the Third World | The Cambridge Union

    With the continued and increasing investment in developing regions around the world, the Union asked whether the global business community has exploited those in long-term need in pursuit of short term profit. ****************** PROPOSITION ****************** Dr Antara Haldar is a Law Professor at the University of Cambridge, specialising in the relationship between legal theory, economics and development. Prasanna Kannan is currently the Portfolio Manager at the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Prior to this, he worked on the trading floor at Goldman Sachs. He completed his MA at Cambridge with his thesis on Microfinance programmes in South Asia. Dr Adam Booth is a Cambridge alumnus and founder of the Cambridge Marxist society. He is now a socialist campaigner and journalist. ************...

    published: 21 Mar 2015
  • Handel: Joy to the World! (John Rutter and the Cambridge Singers)

    Disclaimer: I do not own this! The words are by English hymn writer Isaac Watts, based on Psalm 98 in the Bible. The song was first published in 1719 in Watts' collection; The Psalms of David: Imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. Watts wrote the words of "Joy to the World" as a hymn glorifying Christ's triumphant return at the end of the age, rather than a Christmas song celebrating his first coming as a babe born in a stable. Only the second half of Watts' lyrics are still used today. The music was adapted and arranged to Watts' lyrics by Lowell Mason in 1839 from an older melody which was then believed to have originated from Handel, not least because the theme of the refrain (And heaven and nature sing...) appears in the orch...

    published: 22 Dec 2009
  • Cambridge University is the World's Best

    Cambridge has topped a league table of the world's best universities, with Harvard and MIT ranked second and third. The annual QS World University Rankings remains dominated by US institutions, which took 13 of the top 20 places. There are five British universities in the top 20 -- Oxford ranks fifth, Imperial sixth, UCL seventh and Edinburgh 20th. The only university in the top 20 which is not from the English speaking world is the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in Zurich, at 18. The highest ranking Asian universities are Hong Kong at 22, Tokyo at 25, and the National University of Singapore at 28. King Saud University, in Saudi Arabia, made the top 200 for the first time. At 200, it was the highest rated institution in the Arab world. It is the second year running that Cambrid...

    published: 05 Sep 2011
  • What are the world's biggest problems? (part 2b) @ Cambridge University

    To have a big impact, you’ll want to work on the most pressing problems. This sounds obvious, but people usually fail to put this idea into practice. Instead, they work on problems that are really hard to solve, already have a lot of attention, or just not as big as others. This means they fail to have anywhere near as much impact as they could. In this talk, we’ll explain how to avoid these mistakes. This series of talks will help you find a fulfilling career that makes the world a better place. It's based on five years of research we did alongside academics at Oxford, and is part of our career guide: https://80000hours.org/career-guide/ See the full article this talk is based on: https://80000hours.org/career-guide/most-pressing-problems/ What problem should you focus on? Try out quiz...

    published: 22 Apr 2016
  • Visit with me: Cambridge

    Helloooooooo Cette semaine je suis heureuse de vous retrouver pour vous faire la visite de la magnifique ville qu'est Cambridge. Vous allez voir c'est absolument magnifique. J'espere que la video vous plaira. N'oubliez pas de vous abonner à ma chaine !!! ON A DEPASSE LES 2000 ABONNES ET JE VOUS EN REMERCIE !! ¤ Réseaux sociaux: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/romyintotheworldofficial/ - Mon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/romy_into_the_world/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/romylozier - Mon blog: http://romyintotheworld.blog4ever.com/ - SnapChat: romy-intoworld - Adresse mail pro uniquement : romy.into.the.world@gmail.com Musique: - Angevin 120 loop par Kevin MacLeod est distribué sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution Source : http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-fre...

    published: 12 Apr 2017
  • The Duke of Cambridge's speech at a reception to celebrate World Mental Health Day

    His Royal highness's speech at Buckingham Palace during a reception to celebrate the contribution of those working in the mental health sector across the UK. The event recognised the progress, hard work and dedication of those determined to raise awareness of mental health issues over many years. More at www.royal.uk

    published: 11 Oct 2017
  • King's College Cambridge 2014 Easter #26 Let all the World Vaughan Williams

    This song, like the other four in the set, is usually performed with the optional chorus and with orchestra. Antiphon, in particular, would not sound nearly as effective without the chorus and with accompaniment reduced to organ. Its exuberance, from the scurrying strings of the opening to the rush of energy from all the forces throughout, yearns for greater expressive range and color. This song shares something in common with the exultant manner of the composer's Festival Te Deum (1937) and the final chorus of Dona Nobis Pacem (1936). Using texts from George Herbert (1593 - 1633), Vaughan Williams fashioned one of his most exuberant vocal/choral creations here, brilliantly capturing the spirit of the metaphysical poet's words. After the energetic opening, the soloist (or soloist and chor...

    published: 25 Apr 2014
  • Top Cambridge IGCSE Students

    Cambridge IGCSE is the world's most popular international curriculum for 14-16 year olds. Meet two students that scored the best marks in the Cambridge IGCSE June 2009 exam session.

    published: 20 Apr 2010
  • Merry Wiesner-Hanks introduces the Cambridge World History

    Editor-in-chief, Merry Wiesner-Hanks, introduces key themes from the seven-volume Cambridge World History, a remarkable new overview of the dynamic field of world history, covering the whole of the human past from prehistory to the present.

    published: 13 Nov 2015
  • What can we learn from Christianity across history & the world? Cambridge & the Global Church VLOG70

    VLOG70 - Voices from Cambridge University (and the Global Church!) This VLOG was filmed while I was in Cambridge last week. In fact it was filmed at Kings College and Wesley House at Cambridge University. I was there to teach for a week on a Doctoral Course which is co-hosted by Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC, and Wesley House, Cambridge University. During the week the students and I considered the relationship between history, geography, politics, economics and other global forces, and the way these 'forces' shape local Christianities. If you would like to do a bit of reading on this subject you can find a few articles in this Dropbox folder. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7dgw12ou5wyh2eh/AADxhG-ekHYwi5Eizzzplimra?dl=0 Also take a look at this interesting (even controversial) ...

    published: 11 Jul 2017
  • Cambridge International O-Level/IGCSE, World Top

    Grand Charter School, World Top Position in Cambridge International Examination 2016 Pakistan Top Position in Cambridge International Examination 2016 Lahore Top Position in Cambridge International Examination 2016 Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science Address: 90 K Model Town Link Road, Lahore, Pakistan

    published: 10 Mar 2017
  • This House Has Lost Faith in Faith | Cambridge Union

    This event is kindly sponsored by Heffers. Have we lost faith in faith? Does it have any meaning in the modern world? Can we justify faith in line with the rest of the world's atrocities? Join the debate on Thursday 9th to decide. PROPOSITION: Ken Follett - A Welsh Author who has sold more than 150 million copies of his works, and a staunch atheist. Ajahn Brahm - A British Theravada Buddhist monk and the Abbot of Bodhinyana in Serpentine, Western Australia. Sadia Hameed - Spokesperson for the Council of ex-Muslims of Britain. OPPOSITION: His Holiness Radhanath Swami - A spiritual teacher for more than 40 years and the leader of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. Asad Dhunna - Board member of Imaan, Europe's biggest charity supporting LGBTQI Muslims. Virgini...

    published: 17 Nov 2017
  • University of Cambridge United Kingdom world ranking-4,2016-2017

    niversities in the United Kingdom have generally been instituted by Royal Charter, Papal Bull, Act of Parliament or an instrument of government under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. For new public universities, approval is required from the Privy Council, while private universities may be granted the right to use the title by Companies House. The exact criteria for University title vary between the four countries of the United Kingdom. Degree awarding powers, which are three-tiered and allow the granting of foundation degrees, taught degrees, and research degree, are granted by the Privy Council on the advice of the Quality Assurance Agency.[1]Institutions that hold degree awarding powers are termed Recognised Bodies, this list includes universities, university colleges, college...

    published: 23 Oct 2016
  • First Aid Kit - King Of The World (Live in Cambridge)

    2015-01-17, Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK Video: Canon PowerShot SX210 IS Audio: Zoom H1

    published: 18 Jan 2015
  • Cambridge Semantics Leveraging Real World Data Webinar Preview

    Well designed and well conducted clinical trials are essential for every successful biopharmaceutical company to prove the efficacy and safety of their investigative products. These trials are typically designed based on similar prior trials or Clinical Trial Simulations (CTS) using assumed patient demographic and health profiles. Trials designed using these techniques may not accurately reflect actual patient populations leading to trial recruitment difficulties, erroneous trial outcomes or unexpected post-approval therapy performance. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) provide a tremendous opportunity for biopharmaceutical companies to leverage patient-centric, longitudinal Real World Data (RWD) or Real World Evidence (RWE) to better understand their therapy targets and provide fact-based ...

    published: 22 May 2017
  • 12 Difference Between University Of Cambridge And Oxford

    1. University of Oxford Ranked sixth in the world. University of Cambridge Ranked fourth in the world. 2. Both universities are world-renowned in teaching and research in both arts and science subjects, so the decision is largely an individual one. 3. At Cambridge, you apply to the flexible natural sciences degree, allowing you to combine any of the biological and physical sciences or specialise based on your interests, while Oxford offers single-subject science courses. 4. University of Oxford: Sixth in the world for faculty/student ratio University of Cambridge: Ninth in the world for faculty/student ratio 5. Oxford has more in the way of nightlife than Cambridge with more bars and clubs. 6. Twenty-six British prime ministers went to the University of Oxford, including David Cameron,...

    published: 25 Mar 2017
  • CAMBRIDGE, a walk around the famous Universities, ENGLAND

    SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's walk together around beautiful Cambridge in England and let's take a look in its famous Universities!! Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com

    published: 23 Nov 2012
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Borat visits nicest university in world, Cambridge

Borat visits nicest university in world, Cambridge

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  • Updated: 17 Jan 2012
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I especially like the part with the retarded fratfags. So cliché. Also, the moralist snobs XD... hilarious. Find the episodes here: http://j.gs/1012048/free-ali-g-episodes
https://wn.com/Borat_Visits_Nicest_University_In_World,_Cambridge
The Best University Room... In the World? - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY

The Best University Room... In the World? - CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY

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I've just got back to Cambridge University and had my first exam yesterday (which went okay wooo!). Here's a video of my best mate (Nat) and I going into our new room at Trinity College, Cambridge for the first time. Let me know what you think of the room in the comments below guys 😃
https://wn.com/The_Best_University_Room..._In_The_World_Cambridge_University
What Does Cambridge Mean To You?

What Does Cambridge Mean To You?

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2015
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How do you measure the impact of a university? Our ideas and innovations have shaped the world. Our campaign, 'Dear World... Yours, Cambridge', will raise £2 billion to help us shape all our futures. In this film we ask alum what Cambridge means to them.
https://wn.com/What_Does_Cambridge_Mean_To_You
Oxford, Cambridge top world university rankings

Oxford, Cambridge top world university rankings

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  • Updated: 06 Sep 2017
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British universities are top of the class in the latest "Times Higher Education ranking":https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/world-university-rankings-2018-results-announced. Oxford held on to first place for the second year in a row, while Cambridge rose from fourth to second, unseating the California Institute of Technology, which is joint third with Stanford University. Next come more American universities: the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard and Princeton. The annual … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/09/06/oxford-cambridge-top-world-university-rankings What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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WOW - Women of the World Cambridge

WOW - Women of the World Cambridge

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  • Updated: 09 Mar 2015
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WOW - Women of the World is a festival of talks, debates, music, film, comedy, performance and conversation that celebrates the talents of women and girls from all walks of life and all parts of the world. WOW asks what obstacles exist that prevent women from realising their potential and debates how to make progress. The festival is full of great stories from women and girls who are breaking the mould in science, enterprise, law, the arts, health, activism, education, politics, sport, fashion, finance and family life. There are platforms for women of all ages to have their say and men and boys who are trying to build gender equality at work and in the home. The events lead to unexpected discoveries through a combination of well-known speakers and those you’ve never heard of but who have achieved great things in their lives and communities. WOW is both frivolous and thoughtful - at once a safe space for contentious conversations and an unselfconscious, funny place for laughter and joy. For more information, please visit: www.wowcambridge.cam.ac.uk/wow-cambridge - See more at: http://www.festivalofideas.cam.ac.uk/events/wow-women-world-cambridge#sthash.2Q53XFit.dpuf
https://wn.com/Wow_Women_Of_The_World_Cambridge
Cambridge awards winners

Cambridge awards winners

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  • Updated: 16 Nov 2015
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Meet some of our top in the world winners from around the globe.
https://wn.com/Cambridge_Awards_Winners
All The World’s A Stage | RTS Cambridge Convention 2017

All The World’s A Stage | RTS Cambridge Convention 2017

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  • Duration: 49:57
  • Updated: 19 Sep 2017
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The UK television industry has a first class track record both creatively and in accessing international markets. Endemol Shine Group CEO, Sophie Turner Laing welcomes a panel of international experts to discuss strategic priorities, market trends and future opportunities – and how UK creatives can make the most of these as we contemplate a post-Brexit future. Joining Sophie on the panel were: Cecile Frot-Coutaz, CEO, FremantleMedia Group Michelle Guthrie, Managing Director, Australian Broadcasting Corporation David Lynn, President & CEO, Viacom International Media Networks Rebecca Yang, CEO, IPCN
https://wn.com/All_The_World’S_A_Stage_|_Rts_Cambridge_Convention_2017
This House Believes Capitalism has Failed the Third World | The Cambridge Union

This House Believes Capitalism has Failed the Third World | The Cambridge Union

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2015
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With the continued and increasing investment in developing regions around the world, the Union asked whether the global business community has exploited those in long-term need in pursuit of short term profit. ****************** PROPOSITION ****************** Dr Antara Haldar is a Law Professor at the University of Cambridge, specialising in the relationship between legal theory, economics and development. Prasanna Kannan is currently the Portfolio Manager at the Elton John AIDS Foundation. Prior to this, he worked on the trading floor at Goldman Sachs. He completed his MA at Cambridge with his thesis on Microfinance programmes in South Asia. Dr Adam Booth is a Cambridge alumnus and founder of the Cambridge Marxist society. He is now a socialist campaigner and journalist. ****************** OPPOSITION ****************** Dr. Kumar Aniket is an economics DoS and College lecturer at Cambridge, with research interests including microeconomic theory, economic development and institutional economics. Ravi Solanki is a 4th year Medic and President of the Cambridge Development Initiative, a student-run NGO focussed on changing the way student volunteering is done. CDI has four projects for the informal settlements of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Michael Dunn Goekjian was ranked as the second best speaker at The 2015 World Universities Debating Championship and is a former President of the Cambridge Union.
https://wn.com/This_House_Believes_Capitalism_Has_Failed_The_Third_World_|_The_Cambridge_Union
Handel: Joy to the World! (John Rutter and the Cambridge Singers)

Handel: Joy to the World! (John Rutter and the Cambridge Singers)

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2009
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Disclaimer: I do not own this! The words are by English hymn writer Isaac Watts, based on Psalm 98 in the Bible. The song was first published in 1719 in Watts' collection; The Psalms of David: Imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. Watts wrote the words of "Joy to the World" as a hymn glorifying Christ's triumphant return at the end of the age, rather than a Christmas song celebrating his first coming as a babe born in a stable. Only the second half of Watts' lyrics are still used today. The music was adapted and arranged to Watts' lyrics by Lowell Mason in 1839 from an older melody which was then believed to have originated from Handel, not least because the theme of the refrain (And heaven and nature sing...) appears in the orchestra opening and accompaniment of the recitative Comfort Ye from Handel's Messiah, and the first four notes match the beginning of the choruses Lift up your heads and Glory to God from the same oratorio. However, Handel did not compose the entire tune. As of the late 20th century, "Joy to the World" was the most-published Christmas hymn in North America.
https://wn.com/Handel_Joy_To_The_World_(John_Rutter_And_The_Cambridge_Singers)
Cambridge University is the World's Best

Cambridge University is the World's Best

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2011
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Cambridge has topped a league table of the world's best universities, with Harvard and MIT ranked second and third. The annual QS World University Rankings remains dominated by US institutions, which took 13 of the top 20 places. There are five British universities in the top 20 -- Oxford ranks fifth, Imperial sixth, UCL seventh and Edinburgh 20th. The only university in the top 20 which is not from the English speaking world is the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in Zurich, at 18. The highest ranking Asian universities are Hong Kong at 22, Tokyo at 25, and the National University of Singapore at 28. King Saud University, in Saudi Arabia, made the top 200 for the first time. At 200, it was the highest rated institution in the Arab world. It is the second year running that Cambridge University has taken the top spot. Ben Sowter, QS head of research, said: "The gap between Cambridge and Harvard is very small, but Cambridge's superior student/faculty ratio helped tip the balance. Individual attention is one of the key attractions of the Oxbridge tutorial system." Government and private funding for technology-focused research is eroding the dominance of traditional comprehensive universities, compilers of the rankings said. The average age of the top 100 institutions has dropped by seven years since 2010, reflecting the emergence of newer specialist institutions, QS said. Nine UK universities were in the top 50, and 17 in the top 100. Sowter said: "This year's QS rankings show that the worst effects of the funding cuts have yet to be felt by UK universities. "However, pre-emptive redundancies and increased student intake have led to worse student to faculty ratios relative to their international peers. "Of the 37 UK universities in the top 300, 34 fared worse in this measure than in 2010." Tuition fee information has been published for the first time alongside the 2011 world rankings. It suggests that UK higher education is still cheaper compared to many US universities, but other international institutions may offer better value for money. Universities in the Netherlands, including Amsterdam University (63rd place) Utrecht (80) and Leiden (88), are all in the top 100 and offer English-language courses for less than £2,000 per year, QS said. The university rankings are based on a mix of factors including academic reputation, employability of graduates, citations, and the staff-student ratio.
https://wn.com/Cambridge_University_Is_The_World's_Best
What are the world's biggest problems? (part 2b) @ Cambridge University

What are the world's biggest problems? (part 2b) @ Cambridge University

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2016
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To have a big impact, you’ll want to work on the most pressing problems. This sounds obvious, but people usually fail to put this idea into practice. Instead, they work on problems that are really hard to solve, already have a lot of attention, or just not as big as others. This means they fail to have anywhere near as much impact as they could. In this talk, we’ll explain how to avoid these mistakes. This series of talks will help you find a fulfilling career that makes the world a better place. It's based on five years of research we did alongside academics at Oxford, and is part of our career guide: https://80000hours.org/career-guide/ See the full article this talk is based on: https://80000hours.org/career-guide/most-pressing-problems/ What problem should you focus on? Try out quiz: https://80000hours.org/problem-quiz/ The talk was recorded at the University of Cambridge in January 2016.
https://wn.com/What_Are_The_World's_Biggest_Problems_(Part_2B)_Cambridge_University
Visit with me: Cambridge

Visit with me: Cambridge

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  • Updated: 12 Apr 2017
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Helloooooooo Cette semaine je suis heureuse de vous retrouver pour vous faire la visite de la magnifique ville qu'est Cambridge. Vous allez voir c'est absolument magnifique. J'espere que la video vous plaira. N'oubliez pas de vous abonner à ma chaine !!! ON A DEPASSE LES 2000 ABONNES ET JE VOUS EN REMERCIE !! ¤ Réseaux sociaux: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/romyintotheworldofficial/ - Mon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/romy_into_the_world/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/romylozier - Mon blog: http://romyintotheworld.blog4ever.com/ - SnapChat: romy-intoworld - Adresse mail pro uniquement : romy.into.the.world@gmail.com Musique: - Angevin 120 loop par Kevin MacLeod est distribué sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution Source : http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200111 Artiste : http://incompetech.com/ - Celtic Impulse - Celtic par Kevin MacLeod est distribué sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution Source : http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100297 Artiste : http://incompetech.com/ - Fiddles McGinty par Kevin MacLeod est distribué sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution Source : http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400051 Artiste : http://incompetech.com/ - Arcadia - Wonders par Kevin MacLeod est distribué sous la licence Creative Commons Attribution Source : http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100326 Artiste : http://incompetech.com/ Des poutous !!
https://wn.com/Visit_With_Me_Cambridge
The Duke of Cambridge's speech at a reception to celebrate World Mental Health Day

The Duke of Cambridge's speech at a reception to celebrate World Mental Health Day

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  • Updated: 11 Oct 2017
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His Royal highness's speech at Buckingham Palace during a reception to celebrate the contribution of those working in the mental health sector across the UK. The event recognised the progress, hard work and dedication of those determined to raise awareness of mental health issues over many years. More at www.royal.uk
https://wn.com/The_Duke_Of_Cambridge's_Speech_At_A_Reception_To_Celebrate_World_Mental_Health_Day
King's College Cambridge 2014 Easter #26 Let all the World Vaughan Williams

King's College Cambridge 2014 Easter #26 Let all the World Vaughan Williams

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  • Updated: 25 Apr 2014
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This song, like the other four in the set, is usually performed with the optional chorus and with orchestra. Antiphon, in particular, would not sound nearly as effective without the chorus and with accompaniment reduced to organ. Its exuberance, from the scurrying strings of the opening to the rush of energy from all the forces throughout, yearns for greater expressive range and color. This song shares something in common with the exultant manner of the composer's Festival Te Deum (1937) and the final chorus of Dona Nobis Pacem (1936). Using texts from George Herbert (1593 - 1633), Vaughan Williams fashioned one of his most exuberant vocal/choral creations here, brilliantly capturing the spirit of the metaphysical poet's words. After the energetic opening, the soloist (or soloist and chorus) enters with the words, "Let all the world in ev'ry corner sing (repeated)/My God and King." Vaughan Williams supplies an ecstatic, vigorous theme and mixes it with contrasting music of subdued but energetic character. After the soloist (or soloist and chorus) sings the final "My God and King," the orchestra rushes to a triumphant close. While the reduced versions of this piece are clearly less compelling than the larger ones, even they will convey the grandeur and exuberance of Vaughan Williams' inspired music. ~ Robert Cummings, Rovi
https://wn.com/King's_College_Cambridge_2014_Easter_26_Let_All_The_World_Vaughan_Williams
Top Cambridge IGCSE Students

Top Cambridge IGCSE Students

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2010
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Cambridge IGCSE is the world's most popular international curriculum for 14-16 year olds. Meet two students that scored the best marks in the Cambridge IGCSE June 2009 exam session.
https://wn.com/Top_Cambridge_Igcse_Students
Merry Wiesner-Hanks introduces the Cambridge World History

Merry Wiesner-Hanks introduces the Cambridge World History

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  • Updated: 13 Nov 2015
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Editor-in-chief, Merry Wiesner-Hanks, introduces key themes from the seven-volume Cambridge World History, a remarkable new overview of the dynamic field of world history, covering the whole of the human past from prehistory to the present.
https://wn.com/Merry_Wiesner_Hanks_Introduces_The_Cambridge_World_History
What can we learn from Christianity across history & the world? Cambridge & the Global Church VLOG70

What can we learn from Christianity across history & the world? Cambridge & the Global Church VLOG70

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  • Updated: 11 Jul 2017
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VLOG70 - Voices from Cambridge University (and the Global Church!) This VLOG was filmed while I was in Cambridge last week. In fact it was filmed at Kings College and Wesley House at Cambridge University. I was there to teach for a week on a Doctoral Course which is co-hosted by Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington DC, and Wesley House, Cambridge University. During the week the students and I considered the relationship between history, geography, politics, economics and other global forces, and the way these 'forces' shape local Christianities. If you would like to do a bit of reading on this subject you can find a few articles in this Dropbox folder. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7dgw12ou5wyh2eh/AADxhG-ekHYwi5Eizzzplimra?dl=0 Also take a look at this interesting (even controversial) article on the role of Protestant missionaries and democracy http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2014/january-february/world-missionaries-made.html?start=6 I also suggest you take a look at Kim and Kim's 2016, 'Christianity as a world religion' Christianity as a World Religion https://www.amazon.com/dp/0826498418/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_3SozzbJYYNW1X Thanks for watching! As always, I would love to hear your comments, suggestions, ideas, feedback and questions! Please subscribe and like the video! You can follow me on: Academia (research profile): https://sun.academia.edu/DionForster Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/digitaldion Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/digitaldion Web: http://www.dionforster.com Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/dionforster Thanks!
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Cambridge International O-Level/IGCSE, World Top

Cambridge International O-Level/IGCSE, World Top

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Grand Charter School, World Top Position in Cambridge International Examination 2016 Pakistan Top Position in Cambridge International Examination 2016 Lahore Top Position in Cambridge International Examination 2016 Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science Address: 90 K Model Town Link Road, Lahore, Pakistan
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This House Has Lost Faith in Faith | Cambridge Union

This House Has Lost Faith in Faith | Cambridge Union

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This event is kindly sponsored by Heffers. Have we lost faith in faith? Does it have any meaning in the modern world? Can we justify faith in line with the rest of the world's atrocities? Join the debate on Thursday 9th to decide. PROPOSITION: Ken Follett - A Welsh Author who has sold more than 150 million copies of his works, and a staunch atheist. Ajahn Brahm - A British Theravada Buddhist monk and the Abbot of Bodhinyana in Serpentine, Western Australia. Sadia Hameed - Spokesperson for the Council of ex-Muslims of Britain. OPPOSITION: His Holiness Radhanath Swami - A spiritual teacher for more than 40 years and the leader of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. Asad Dhunna - Board member of Imaan, Europe's biggest charity supporting LGBTQI Muslims. Virginia Moffatt - Religious editor of Peace News. RESULTS with a swing to opposition, the motion did NOT carry
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University of Cambridge United Kingdom world ranking-4,2016-2017

University of Cambridge United Kingdom world ranking-4,2016-2017

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niversities in the United Kingdom have generally been instituted by Royal Charter, Papal Bull, Act of Parliament or an instrument of government under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. For new public universities, approval is required from the Privy Council, while private universities may be granted the right to use the title by Companies House. The exact criteria for University title vary between the four countries of the United Kingdom. Degree awarding powers, which are three-tiered and allow the granting of foundation degrees, taught degrees, and research degree, are granted by the Privy Council on the advice of the Quality Assurance Agency.[1]Institutions that hold degree awarding powers are termed Recognised Bodies, this list includes universities, university colleges, colleges of the University of London, higher education colleges, and the Archbishop of Canterbury. Listed Bodies offer courses leading to degrees of a Recognised Body, this includes institutions whose degrees are validated by a recognised body, and the colleges of the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Durham, and the Highlands and Islands. Undergraduate applications to almost all UK universities are managed by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) While legally, University refers to an institution that has been granted the right to use the title, in common usage it now normally includes colleges of the University of London, including in official documents such as the Dearing Report.[2][3] These include a number of institutions that feature regularly in the league tables of the world's top universities, such as UCL, the LSE and King's College London. The central co-ordinating body for universities in the United Kingdom is Universities UK.Ancient universities, Third oldest university in England debate, Red brick university, Robbins Report, Plate glass university, College of Advanced Technology (United Kingdom), and Jarratt report Universities in Britain date back to the dawn of mediaeval studium generale, with Oxford and Cambridge taking their place among the world's oldest universities. No other universities were successfully founded in England during this period; opposition from Oxford and Cambridge blocked attempts to establish universities in Northampton[4] and Stamford.[5] Medical schools in London (i.e., Barts and St Thomas's), though not a university in its own right, were among the first to provide medical teachings in England.[6][7] In Scotland, St Andrew's, Glasgow and King's College, Aberdeen were founded by Papal Bull. Post-Reformation, these were joined by Edinburgh, Marischal College, Aberdeen, and the short-lived Fraserburgh University. In England, meanwhile, Henry VIII's plan to found a university in Durham came to nothing and a later attempt to found a university at Durham during the Commonwealth was successfully opposed by Oxford and Cambridge.[8] Gresham College was, however, established in London in the late 16th century, despite concerns expressed by Cambridge.[9] In Ireland, Trinity College Dublin was founded as "the mother of a University" by a Royal Charter from Queen Elizabeth. The 18th century saw the establishment of medical schools at Edinburgh and Glasgow universities and at hospitals in London. A number of dissenting academies were also established. But the next attempt to found a university did not come until the Andersonian Institute (now Strathclyde University) was established in Glasgow in 1798.
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First Aid Kit - King Of The World (Live in Cambridge)

First Aid Kit - King Of The World (Live in Cambridge)

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Cambridge Semantics Leveraging Real World Data Webinar Preview

Cambridge Semantics Leveraging Real World Data Webinar Preview

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Well designed and well conducted clinical trials are essential for every successful biopharmaceutical company to prove the efficacy and safety of their investigative products. These trials are typically designed based on similar prior trials or Clinical Trial Simulations (CTS) using assumed patient demographic and health profiles. Trials designed using these techniques may not accurately reflect actual patient populations leading to trial recruitment difficulties, erroneous trial outcomes or unexpected post-approval therapy performance. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) provide a tremendous opportunity for biopharmaceutical companies to leverage patient-centric, longitudinal Real World Data (RWD) or Real World Evidence (RWE) to better understand their therapy targets and provide fact-based CTS assumptions leading to better informed clinical trial designs. However, RWD are often difficult to harmonize with clinical trial data constructs and often exceed the scale of most advanced analytics platforms. A new and novel approach, based on the Cambridge Semantics Anzo Smart Data Lake (ASDL) graph-based technology, was piloted to demonstrate the feasibility of leveraging RWD to inform CTS. The outcomes and methods of this pilot will be discussed during this webinar. There will be an opportunity to ask pilot participants questions.
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12 Difference Between University Of Cambridge And Oxford

12 Difference Between University Of Cambridge And Oxford

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1. University of Oxford Ranked sixth in the world. University of Cambridge Ranked fourth in the world. 2. Both universities are world-renowned in teaching and research in both arts and science subjects, so the decision is largely an individual one. 3. At Cambridge, you apply to the flexible natural sciences degree, allowing you to combine any of the biological and physical sciences or specialise based on your interests, while Oxford offers single-subject science courses. 4. University of Oxford: Sixth in the world for faculty/student ratio University of Cambridge: Ninth in the world for faculty/student ratio 5. Oxford has more in the way of nightlife than Cambridge with more bars and clubs. 6. Twenty-six British prime ministers went to the University of Oxford, including David Cameron, Tony Blair and Margaret Thatcher. 7. University of Oxford: 63rd for research impact (citations per faculty member) University of Cambridge: 55th for research impact (citations per faculty member) 8. University of Oxford: Ranked among the world’s best for 37 subjects. University of Cambridge: Ranked among the world’s best for 39 subjects. 9. Cambridge is not strict about wearing university uniform but Oxford requires the students to wear the formal academic dress called “Sub Fusc” before they attend all the examinations. 10. Oxford is more popular in the movies. Often many cinemas feature them. One famous example of this is the Harry Potter movie.  11. Cambridge has more weird scientists. 12. Cambridge has more green areas.
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CAMBRIDGE, a walk around the famous Universities, ENGLAND

CAMBRIDGE, a walk around the famous Universities, ENGLAND

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SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's walk together around beautiful Cambridge in England and let's take a look in its famous Universities!! Vic Stefanu, vstefanu@yahoo.com
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