It’s been called ‘a stunning new addition’ to the Backs, ‘a mesmeric installation’ and ‘a monstrosity.’
A new exhibition at Newton’s birthplace, Woolsthorpe Manor, featuring his prism and portable sundial from Trinity, seeks to inspire young scientists and inventors today.
After 13 days, much social media activity, 200 entries from around the world, and a BBC Look East feature, the Trinity-Bun-naming competition is finally done!
Trinity student Jake Hennessey plays serious rugby and studies hard. A Blue in his first term, the Harlequins' Senior Academy member explains how he divides his time and what it's like to play - and win - at Twickenham.
A A Milne’s manuscript of Winnie-the-Pooh features in a major Victoria & Albert Museum exhibition about the genesis and legacy of a teddy bear, along with his friends, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger, Kanga, Owl and Rabbit.
More than 200 entrepreneurs have joined the Bradfield Centre at Cambridge Science Park in pursuit of a particularly Cambridge endeavour. The state-of-the-art technology centre provides a dynamic environment in which science and tech entrepreneurs can translate research into commercial applications and develop their businesses.
When Trinity student Richelle George was weighing up her options for summer 2017, it didn’t take her long to decide. India’s Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) offered summer internships through Camvol, a charity that places Cambridge University students with a variety of grassroots and research organisations in India and Nepal.
From charities working with children in deprived areas of India’s big cities and grassroots organisations in the Himalayas, to internationally recognised NGOs and research institutes in Delhi, Camvol offers a wide variety of internships in India and Nepal.