On Sunday 2 April 2017 two Trinity students will take part in rowing races that attract 250,000 to the banks of London’s Thames and millions worldwide on television.
Trinity’s 2017 Telethon is underway with 16 student callers speaking to hundreds of alumni over the next two weeks. The Telethon is a key element of Trinity’s Annual Fund, which enables the College to continue to attract and support bright students from a broad range of backgrounds, while maintaining its unrivalled quality of teaching and research.
Trinity Fellow, Dr Joe Moshenska’s life of seventeenth-century adventurer and polymath, Sir Kenelm Digby, has been shortlisted for the James Tait Black Prize for biography.
When Trinity’s gardeners installed plastic coyotes on the lawns behind the Wren Library, passers-by asked if they were part of an art installation.
Isaac Newton is one of many Trinity Fellows and alumni over the centuries whose curiosity about India has led to the rich collection of books, maps, manuscripts and artefacts relating to the Indian subcontinent in the Wren Library.
The ‘pill on a string’ developed by Trinity Fellow, Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald, to detect early signs of oesophageal cancer will be tested in a major clinical trial of 9,000 patients across the UK.
Newly elected officers of TCSU reveal what motivated them to stand for office, the experience they bring to their role, and their aims for the year ahead.
Students, alumni and Fellows are invited to join two Trinity discussions about recruiting and enabling women to thrive at all levels of higher education.
Professor Venki Ramakrishnan came to the UK 18 years ago to pursue his research at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. Elected a Fellow of Trinity in 2008, he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on ribosomes, and was knighted in 2012. In 2015 he was elected President of the Royal Society. Here he charts a path for the UK to retain its leading role in science and technology.