Alumni

News stories about Alumni of the College.

Profile of Gordon Welchman (1925), war hero who played a vital role in cracking the Nazi Enigma code.

Alumni

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."

Master, Sir Gregory Winter (1970), hosts talks and drinks receptions in the US

Alumni

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.