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Dania from Singapore tells us about how she found her first week at Bellerbys Cambridge and what she's been up to. Want to learn more about Bellerbys? Visit our website: http://www.bellerbys.com/?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=videodescription&utm_content=tUdY_6Zkxec&utm_campaign=YTB Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bellerbyscambridge Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bellerbys
Residents and students in Cambridge react to the death of renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking, whose mental genius and physical disability made him a household name and inspiration across the globe, has died aged 76.
Meet some of our top in the world winners from around the globe.
All the world’s a stage! But in the case of this Curious Object, the world is a tiny pocket globe covered in sharkskin and lined with a celestial chart. Measuring just 7cm in diameter, this globe was made in London around 1775. Pocket globes were first produced in England by Joseph Moxon and remained in vogue as a gentleman’s toy well into the 19th century. Often – as is the case here – they showed the latest terrestrial and celestial discoveries. This globe tracks the first voyage of Captain Cook’s Endeavour and reflects the discoveries he made. It was presented to the Royal Colonial Institute (now the Royal Commonwealth Society) in 1953 by Olive M Thompson. To borrow another line from Shakespeare: ‘That ends this strange, eventful history.’
Find out more on our website: http://bit.ly/2doo7s4 The first week at Bellerbys is designed to enable students to get to know their new college, teachers and colleagues so that they can make new friends from all over the globe. We talked to students at Bellerbys Cambridge on the last day of Freshers Week to see how they were feeling. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bellerbyscollege Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bellerbys_college and Twitter: https://twitter.com/bellerbys
Associated Industries of Massachusetts presented its international Diplomat’s Award to Cambridge Consultants of Boston for product innovation and investment and job growth in Massachusetts. Cambridge Consultants, headquartered in the U.K., helps clients across the globe develop brand new products or improve existing products. It does this in a lab setting; in Boston, the company has a virtual operating room where doctors can undertake mock surgery first using inefficient tools and then new prototypes.
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A stroller's eye view of our day exploring and punting in Cambridge
A&Z #418 - Atlas vs The Ultimate Rocker's Burger Challenge in Cambridge, England (2016 Europe Tour – Day #35 / Challenge #34) Hey everybody!! Day #35 of my 2016 European Summer Tour and for this food challenge I'm at the Leisure Park location of Rocker's Steak House in Cambridge, England of the United Kingdom. I'll be attempting their Ultimate Rocker's Burger Challenge which includes a massive portion of chilli cheese fries. Rocker's has 2 locations. There is the original location in central Cambridge and now one in Leisure Park. CHECK OUT OUR STORE AND NEW SHIRT DESIGNS: http://www.foodchallengestore.com CHECK OUT & SUPPORT MY NEW PATREON PAGE: https://www.patreon.com/RandySantel The Ultimate Rocker's Burger Challenge (£35): 24oz of mouth-watering patties of beef & chicken, topped with...
The Invincible India | Stephen Hawking | Famous Personalities around Globe | Timelines About Stephen Hawking :- Education: *St Albans School Alma mater: *University of Oxford (BA) *University of Cambridge (MA, PhD) Known for: *Hawking radiation *Penrose–Hawking theorems *Bekenstein–Hawking formula *Hawking energy *Gibbons–Hawking ansatz *Gibbons–Hawking effect *Gibbons–Hawking space *Gibbons–Hawking–York boundary term *Thorne–Hawking–Preskill bet Awards: *Adams Prize (1966) *Eddington Medal (1975) *Maxwell Medal and Prize (1976) *Heineman Prize (1976) *Hughes Medal (1976) *Albert Einstein Award (1978) *RAS Gold Medal (1985) *Dirac Medal (1987) *Wolf Prize (1988) *Prince of Asturias Award (1989) *Andrew Gemant Award (1998) *Naylor Prize and Lectureship (1999) *Lilienfeld Prize (1999) *...
Cities & Streets brings you exciting locations from around the globe. Episode #6 features sites in and around Cambridge, England. Visit www.YetUnknownPublishing.com Hosted by Camden Barbour, edited by Skip de Milieu. Original Music, CB Radio and His Dashboard Speakers, Produced by Camden and Sharon Barbour. All rights reserved, copy right Camden Barbour - Published Yet Unknown Publishing, Alviso, California.