On Tuesday 17 May, 58 alumni and friends attended a drinks reception at the Four Seasons Restaurant with Trinity College Master, Sir Gregory Winter, and Rev. Dr. Michael Banner. Guests were riveted by the presentation and Q&A from Sir Gregory on his work with antibodies, which focused on both the science and business of modern medicine. There was a palpable sense of appreciation for the patience and fortitude required to bring a human antibody drug, like Humira, to market.
Brian Lowe came up to Trinity in October 1931 to study law. Tomorrow, from the warmth of New South Wales, Mr Lowe, 102, will have his MA conferred – a little later than most Cambridge graduates.
The eclectic activities and pioneering achievements of Trinity Fellows, students and the Master have been recognised in recent awards and the New Year honours.
More than 100 female students and Fellows gathered in Trinity’s vast Hall early on Monday morning to mark the 40th anniversary of women’s admission to the College.
When former choral scholar at Trinity, Guy Hayward (2005), looked online to find evensong services at churches he planned to visit, he found the details ‘totally buried’ in church websites.