Richard Brown (1996) speaks about the emerging digital currency, Bitcoin. Watch at: http://bit.ly/1f2oBem.
Dr Clare Carlisle's (1995) third article on Bertrand Russell (1890) in The Guardian. Read more at: http://bit.ly/18h6q2F.
The Library: A World History by Dr James Campbell (1987). Read more: http://on.ft.com/1eKO3Er.
New research led by Dr Gillian Fraser and Prof Colin Hughes (e1997) reveals how bacteria construct tiny flagella ‘nanomachines’ outside the cell. Read more: http://bit.ly/IA0vvO.
Matthew Baylis (1990) has just published Man Belong Mrs Queen - Adventures with the Philip Worshippers, a Pacific travelogue inspired, in part, by his anthropology studies. It will be Book of the Week on Radio 4 from Monday 30th December. Read more: http://is.gd/v33Bgi.
Dr Clare Carlisle's (1995) second article on Bertrand Russell (1890) in The Guardian. Read more: http://bit.ly/1aV4vAV.
Prof Simon Baron-Cohen (e1995) on Government support for autism. Read more: http://bit.ly/193Tx97.
Listen to the Richard Marlow Memorial Service from Saturday 23rd November: http://www.trinitycollegechoir.com/webcast/23112013-richard-marlow-memorial-service/.
Dr Venkatraman Ramakrishnan (e2008) interview in The Guardian on his Nobel Prize for chemistry. Read more: http://bit.ly/1aM84dQ.
Professor Simon Baron-Cohen (e1995) and team have discovered that synaesthesia is more common in autism. Read more: http://bbc.in/1hZ4tOQ.
Dr Clare Carlisle (1995) on Bertrand Russell (1890) in The Guardian. Read more at: http://bit.ly/1b7Gmdd.
On 25th November at 20:30 Dr. Vicky Neale (2002) will give a talk on 'Some Unsung Mathematical Heroines' in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre. Dr Neale will pick some interesting female mathematicians of the past, and talk a little about their lives and work in mathematics.
Professor Ross Anderson (1974) and Laurent Simon have discovered that a smartphone’s PIN can be revealed by the phone’s camera and microphone. Read more: http://bbc.in/1aCcFL9.
It is with regret that we announce that Prof Anne Barton FBA, Fellow of the College since 1986, and Emeritus Professor in English, passed away on the evening of 11 November 2013.
Professor Ross Anderson (1974) believes that GCHQ's data snooping has destroyed trust in British technology. Read more: http://bit.ly/1cNJVqi.
The Science Interview with Prof Jared Diamond (1958) in the Financial Times. Read at: http://on.ft.com/1aHIG6E.
We are saddened to announce the death of Prof Michael Neuberger (1953-2013) who died on Saturday 26th October after several months of serious illness. http://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/michael-neuberger-1953-2013/.
Prof Alexandra Walsham (e2010) discusses the Book of Common Prayer on Melvyn Bragg's In Our Time. Listen at: http://bbc.in/191AqzH.
Professor Sadaf Farooqi (1995) and a team at the University of Cambridge have discovered that mutated DNA, a lack of the gene KSR2, leads to a slow metabolism and obesity. Read more: http://bbc.in/18Sh8g2.
Prof Boyd Hilton (e1974) discusses the Corn Laws on Melvyn Bragg's In Our Time. Listen at: http://bbc.in/17hyGly.
The Revd Dr. Michael Banner (e2006) speaks about the 'God particle' on BBC Radio 4's Thought for the Day. Listen at: http://bbc.in/164CO4p.
Professor Simon Baron-Cohen (e2002) comments on Theory of Mind: the ability to understand people’s emotions by looking into the eyes or observing body language. Read more.
The latest edition of The Fountain is now available to view online. The issue celebrates musical achievements of members of Trinity past and present. Please visit: http://bit.ly/15pjsqy to read it now. Alternatively, please click on this link to read it in PDF format.
To celebrate the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas, Dr Andrew Sinclair (1955) is being sent on a world tour and through 15 British festivals and university cities by the British Council to present his film, Under Milk Wood.
Stan Wang (2011) filmed during his recent TEDx talk on PhD work with 2012 Nobel Prize winner Sir John Gurdon and the role stem cells might play in the future of medicine. Watch the video.
Former Master Lord Rees (1960) appeals for research into geoengineering technologies in case efforts to curb carbon emissions fail. Read more.
Stephen Frears' (1960) film Philomena, with Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, coming out soon. Read more.
Cambridge Festival of Ideas: 23 October - 3 November 2013. Bookings for all pre-book events open on 23 September. For more information, please visit the Festival website at: www.cam.ac.uk/festival-of-ideas.
Richard Joyce's (1959) recently published novel, A Premature Affair. Read more.
Andrew Rose's (1963) latest book, The Prince, the Princess and the Perfect Murder, tells the story of Edward, the Prince of Wales, the true love of his life, and the murder of an Arab playboy. Read more.
Davey Jose (2001) plans to use a 3D printer to develop a mobile unit with a robotic arm. Read more.
Former Master, Prof Amartya Sen (1953) is interviewed about his latest book, An Uncertain Glory, the Indian economy, education and society. Read more.
Dr Daniel Glaser (1986) to narrate 'A Tale of Two Cultures' at TEDxAlbrtopolis on September 23rd. Read more.
Interesting study by Prof Simon Baron-Cohen finds that compared to typical girls, those with anorexia have above-average autistic traits. Read more.
The Trinity College University Challenge team win their 2013/2014 first round match against Christ Church Oxford. Watch here.
Further coverage of the genetic mutation that causes obesity, research by Professor Farooqi (1995). Read more.
Trinity, A Portrait can be purchased online or direct from the Alumni Relations & Development Office (for collection only).
Trinity Carol Roll - this earliest known collection of surviving carols, recorded in the Wren Library and featuring a former member of the choir, Clare Wilkinson (1995), is available from Amazon.
View Trinity's Oil Paintings online at the BBC
Architectural prints of Trinity College by Virtual Archives