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The 2018 Climate Change Lecture Series starts today with ideas and actions from Bangladesh to tackle the issue. This lecture, by Saleemul Huq, Director of the International Centre for Climate Change and Development, is the first of five free events in Cambridge which will be live streamed around the world.
Among those at the official unveiling of FREE OBJECT at Trinity today will be students and staff who wrote or photographed their responses to the commanding statue by the internationally renowned sculptor, Sir Antony Gormley, an alumnus of the College.
For a distinguished academic, Professor Julia Smith is interested in surprisingly ordinary things – twigs, stones, flasks of water, baked clay cakes. But they are not just any old natural and man-made objects. They are, or were, sacred.
Colleagues have paid tribute to the mathematician and Fellow of Trinity College, Professor Alan Baker (1939-2018), who passed away on 4 February 2018.
Trinity College and Tus Park, the science park development body of Tsinghua University, have agreed a £200 million joint venture that will catalyse a new phase of renewal and investment in Cambridge Science Park.