Tributes have been paid to Dr Roger Dawe (1934-2020), classicist and Fellow of Trinity College, who was best known for his work on the Greek text of Sophocles.
For someone who believes in alien life, that climate change will wreak havoc without major societal change, and who is unfazed by the myriad discoveries yet to be made beyond our galaxy, Professor Didier Queloz is surprisingly upbeat.
Colleagues have paid tribute to the physiologist and biochemist, Sir Michael Berridge (1938-2020), a Fellow of the Royal Society, a Fellow of Trinity, Emeritus Babraham Fellow and Honorary Professor of Cell Signalling at the University of Cambridge.
Arundhati Roy's Clark Lecture 2020, 'The Graveyard Talks Back: Fiction in the Time of Fake News,' is published below.
‘Time for Action’ is the theme of this year’s Cambridge Climate Lecture Series, which runs 13 February-12 March. Founder & Chair of CCLS, Trinity Fellow, Dr Hugh Hunt, explains the virtues of discussing the issue and action we can take to mitigate climate change.