ALUMNI NEWS...

Rupert Goold (1991) directs King Charles III. Read more: http://nyti.ms/1hVbVUW.


Professor Ross Anderson (1974) argues that it is impossible to fully anonymise medical data for use in research and that there is a risk of individuals’ privacy being breached. Read more: http://bit.ly/1kc9brm.


Dr Hugh Hunt (e1990) discusses wave motion using example of a 'slinky' and helps BBC's The One Show set world record. Watch at: http://bbc.in/1lPwzxk (21 minutes in).


Huge congratulations to our University Challenge team (Richard Freeland (2011), team captain Ralph Morley (2011), Filip Drnovsek Zorko (2010) and Matthew Ridley (2011) for their 240-135 victory over Somerville College! Read more: http://bit.ly/1svfrhU . Watch the final at: http://bbc.in/1hnHexq.


Thought for the Day with Rev Dr Michael Banner (e2006). Listen at: http://bbc.in/1kmM8si.


Anthony Bolton (1968): What I learnt in three decades of investing. Read more: http://bit.ly/1hqET37.


Video of James Poskett's (2012) study revealing how racist ideas and images circulated between the US and Europe in the 19th century. Watch: http://bit.ly/1hqRzDw.


Professor Peter Keevash (1995) has proved the Existence Conjecture for combinatorial designs, answering a question of Steiner from 1853. Read more: http://bit.ly/NJoHOX.


Professor Eugene Lemcio (1973) has published 'Soaring with St. John', a teaching-learning guide to understanding the Fourth Gospel. More information at: http://amzn.to/1nT6e3a.


Congratulations to Dan Piponi (1985) on winning an Academy Award for Technical Achievement for the creation of the ILM Plume system.


A look through the Guardian archive at changes to student life and higher education. Read more: http://bit.ly/1hvesHf.


Professor Sir David Baulcombe (e2009) leads report arguing that GM crops should be regulated in the same way as conventional crops. Read more: http://bit.ly/1lDdnQc.


Report on the 6th Ludwig Boltzmann Symposium Tokyo, organised by Dr Gerhard Fasol (1978) to commemorate his Great-Grandfather's 170th birthday. Read more: http://bit.ly/1njg7Xw.


Further coverage of research on the decline of Bronze Age 'megacities' due to climate change. Read more: http://bit.ly/1f0JVy5.


Research by Professor David Hodell, Dr Cameron Petrie (e2011) and Dr Yama Dixit links decline of Bronze Age ‘megacities’ to climate change. Read more: http://bit.ly/1crn26R.


Sir Timothy Gowers FRS (1982) on the power of collaborative problem solving. Read more: http://bit.ly/1mIHZnK


Emily Vasiliauskas (2007) wins Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellowship, Princeton University's top honour for graduate students. Read more: http://bit.ly/NtQcw6.


Dr Nigel Woodcock (1973) comments on the increase of sink holes. Read more: http://bit.ly/1fBJryW.


Prof. Nicholas Thomas FBA (e2006), Director, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, takes BBC Radio Four’s Inside Science on a tour of the Discoveries exhibition at Two Temple Place, London. Listen: http://bbc.in/1jG751e.


Why Cambridge is at the heart of Britain's economic recovery. Read more: http://ind.pn/1gdHOJw.


Interview with Amanda North (1978) as she tells her courageous story about the Boston Marathon bombings. Watch: http://bit.ly/1gb7MgL.


Dr Madan Babu (2001) wins 2014 Colworth Medal. Read more: http://bit.ly/1mfIWUn.


Coverage of Amber Ruigrok, Prof. John Suckling & Prof. Simon Baron-Cohen's (e1995) study revealing differences between male and female brain structure. Read more: http://ind.pn/1dnuowe.


Poppy Noor (2009) on the value of benefits for under-25s. Read more: http://bit.ly/1g6NRBK


Congratulations to our University Challenge team for their 280-105 victory over SOAS last night! Watch: http://bbc.in/1g398fF.


Peter Biar Ajak (2013) on South Sudan's Unfinished Business in the New York Times. Read more: http://nyti.ms/1g1JjN0.


Fascinating interview with Stephen Freer (1938) about his time at Bletchley Park. Read more: http://bit.ly/1fX13Hf.


Professor Robin Carrell (e1987) finds protein that modifies thyroid hormone levels according to body temperature, which helps Aboriginal people survive hot climate. Read more: http://ab.co/1dNi6Zg.


Dorit Hockman (2008) ranked in top six winners of 2013 Nikon Small World Photo-micrography Competition. Read more: http://bit.ly/1i6huDi.


Professor Ross Anderson (1974) comments on virus risk in smart devices. Read more: http://econ.st/1dU6l9t.


Dr Glen Rangwala (1993) comments on disputed reports that population of Iraq is increasing. Read more: http://bbc.in/1hNLofu.


Professor Simon Keynes (1970) comments on possible discovery of King Alfred the Great's remains in a museum in Winchester. Read more: http://bit.ly/19N1zcF


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.

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