The Master of Trinity, Sir Gregory Winter, has received the Prince Mahidol Award 2016 in the field of medicine. Established in 1992 by Thailand’s royal family, the award recognises outstanding achievements in medicine and public health worldwide.
Trinity’s Access and Outreach Programme has expanded, with a second Schools Liaison Officer, innovative partnerships, and new videos about College life. Schools Liaison Officers Terri-Leigh Riley and Caitlin De Jode explain what they do and why.
A new exhibition of letters and personal effects of Trinity alumnus Frederick Pethick-Lawrence and his wife Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence charts their role in the women’s suffrage movement in early twentieth-century Britain.
A hitherto unknown collection of 53 letters from the poet AE Housman shed new light on his final years at Trinity, and his regard for his godson, Gerald Jackson, the son of his best friend, Moses Jackson.
Shortly before his death in 1985, Gordon Welchman wrote: "The stories of Alan Turing's life and mine have two things in common. First, we were regarded by our boss as the two greatest contributors to the wartime success of Bletchley Park. Second, we had been banded as security risks. What has happened to me can be compared with what happened to Alan Turing."