Composer Tom Coult is the 25th Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts at Trinity. This year the College celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Fellowship, which has enabled painters, composers, novelists, poets and a filmmaker to spend two years at Trinity. As Tom begins his two-year Fellowship, we asked him to tell us about himself and his work.
On the 50th anniversary of Trinity's Fellowship in Creative Arts, Professor Adrian Poole reflects on living and working with resident composers, poets, novelists and painters.
Trinity Fellow Dr Hannah Stern’s discovery of the physics of carbon molecules could pave the way for a new paint that significantly boosts the efficiency of solar cells – and impacts the photovoltaic industry.
Trinity Fellow, Dr Cameron Petrie, has been awarded a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship. The award recognises outstanding academics who are excellent communicators and champions of their field.
Potsherds. A May bug. The report of a 17th-century magician’s trial. Zazel, ‘the human cannonball.’ The view from Newton’s rooms. A set of old keys still in daily use. Tennyson’s hidden pipe. Plimsolls on cobblestones. Four-year-old Lucas, ready to run across the grass.