Cambridge’s innovation ecosystem has received another boost with the topping out of the Bio-Innovation Centre at Cambridge Science Park - part of a new cycle of investment and renewal catalysed by a landmark joint venture between Trinity College and Tus-Holdings, Beijing.
The Trinity Bradfield Prize will provide students and young researchers at the University of Cambridge with funding, space, and mentoring to pursue early-stage ideas and transfer their research from the lab or lecture hall to real-world applications.
In the Chapel at Trinity there lies the tomb of the sister of Robert Smith, Master of Trinity, 1742–1798. Close to High Table is a precise copy of ‘Master John’s’ portrait of Katherine Parr, the sixth wife of Henry VIII, who founded Trinity in 1546. Some say it is Katherine who persuaded the King to endow the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, not long after dissolution of the monasteries.
Trinity is seeking a new Master after Sir Gregory Winter announced that he would step down in July 2019.