Trinity Fellow Shankar Balasubramanian has been knighted in the New Year Honours for his services to science and medicine. His research into the building blocks of life have revolutionised biology and have great potential for medicine.
2017 marks 700 years since the beginnings of King’s Hall, the earlier of the medieval institutions from which Trinity was formed more than 200 years later by Henry VIII.
A charmingly illustrated book about Florence Nightingale’s pet owl, written by her sister Parthenope, Lady Verney, is now viewable on the Wren Digital Library.
Trinity College Choir’s recording of Howells Collegium Regale has been awarded Recording of the Year by Limelight, Australia’s leading classical music and arts magazine.
First editions inscribed by Byron, Shelley, Wordsworth and Tennyson, and unknown manuscripts of Napoleon Bonaparte, George Washington, Florence Nightingale and Charles Dickens are among more than 7,500 books left to Trinity’s Wren Library in one of the largest bequests in its history.