What is Apollo?
Apollo is the institutional repository of the University of Cambridge. It was established in 2003 as a service to share the research outputs of the University. The Repository is committed to store and preserve the University’s research outputs. Research outputs can include, but are not limited to, publications, conference proceedings, book chapters, monographs, theses, various forms of research data (video recordings, spreadsheets, computational scripts, code, images etc.), presentations and others.
Our Governance and Policies page contains further information on the governance structure and relevant policies.
Who is responsible for Apollo?
Apollo itself is managed by the Open Research Systems team which is part of Digital Initiatives and based in Cambridge University Library. Teams within Open Research at the University Library are responsible for managing and curating the content available on Apollo.
I'm a researcher at Cambridge - do I need to deposit my reseach to Apollo?
The Open Research site will help you to decide if you need to deposit your research output and the best route to do so.
I believe content on Apollo is infringing my copyright or other rights. What should I do?
Please see our Notice and takedown policy page.
How can I contact Apollo?
Details of the teams responsible for Apollo and its content are available on our Contact us page.