Potsherds. A May bug. The report of a 17th-century magician’s trial. Zazel, ‘the human cannonball.’ The view from Newton’s rooms. A set of old keys still in daily use. Tennyson’s hidden pipe. Plimsolls on cobblestones. Four-year-old Lucas, ready to run across the grass.
Trinity computer science students Dimitrije Erdeljan and Billy Cooper have won prizes in Cambridge2Cambridge (C2C), in which 110 students from 25 UK and US universities competed in a simulated cyber crisis.
Three Trinity Fellows have been received recognition for their work in different ways.
Trinity students, Andrew Jeffery, Chris Underhill, Billy Cooper and Dimitrije Erdeljan, are taking part in a cyber security challenge in Cambridge, 24-26 July, alongside more than 100 students from 25 UK and US universities.