A team of Cambridge PhD researchers, inventors from IsoChemiX, and industry experts building a unique anti-counterfeit technology to combat fake goods and components has won the 2019 Trinity Bradfield Prize.
Teams of Trinity computer science and maths students swept the board at the UK and Ireland Programming Contest (UKIEPC) 2019, in which Cambridge took nine out of the top 12 spots.
Parwana Fayyaz is from Kabul, Afghanistan, and came to Trinity by way of Stanford for a PhD in Persian Studies at Cambridge. She speaks Persian, Pashto, Urdu, Arabic and English and began writing poetry in English about 10 years ago.
It was spectacular weather for the Great Court Run, a Trinity tradition on Matriculation Day, and the outcome was pretty good too.