Generating debate among young people around the world about how to tackle ‘the world’s most pressing issue’, is a key aim of the new Cambridge Climate Lecture Series 2017 (CCLS 2017), says co-founder and Trinity Fellow, Dr Hugh Hunt.
He stands nearly half a metre tall and weighs more than half a kilo but, says his handler, Paul Thomson, he is very agile. Quinn flies through Trinity’s courts each week, keeping an eagle – or rather a hawk’s - eye out for one of the banes of College bursars' lives.
Trinity Fellow, Professor Greg Hannon, will create the world’s first virtual reality map of cancer tumours to reveal their cellular and molecular make up, in order to improve diagnosis and treatment.
Co-Presidents of Trinity’s LGBT+ society, 1TQ, Mimi Trevelyan-Davis and James Riseley, and Fellow in English, Dr Joe Moshenska, have co-curated an exhibition in the Wren Library exploring the nature of male friendship.