Trinity’s residential course for young women considering studying science, technology, engineering, maths or medicine (STEMM) at leading universities is oversubscribed and the College has pledged to make the event annual.
BioBlitz, a citizen-science event that helps build up the map of animals, birds and insects in and around Cambridge, is being held in the Fellows’ Gardens at Trinity, 22-23 July.
More than 60 people viewed Mercury’s transit across the sun from Trinity’s Great Court on 9 May including the Master, Sir Gregory Winter, the Astronomer Royal, Lord Rees, a host of College staff and students, and members of the public.
Visitors to Great Court are often surprised by its splendour and size. On 9 May 2016 there will be an added attraction. Tourists and students alike should be able to see the transit of Mercury across the sun (if the sun shines).