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Charlotte Williams’ groundbreaking research into sustainable plastics includes developing catalysts allowing carbon dioxide transformation into useful products. Her work is helping to develop sustainable polymers including plastics which are biodegradable and sourced from waste, and she was recognised for her contributions to her field in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List this year.
Chris Butler’s research into the use of non-antibiotic treatment for common bacterial infections has the potential to reduce antibiotic prescribing and resistance; he has also played a critical role leading a major government-funded trial for COVID-19 treatments in GP practices, and recently won the Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Award for a paper which found that a simple finger prick blood test can reduce antibiotic use in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Marta Kwiatkowska has been recognised with numerous awards for her contribution to the field of computer sciences, including for her major contributions to probabilistic and quantitative model checking, and leading the development of the highly influential probabilistic model checker PRISM. She is also influential for her focus on safety and trust for robotics and Artificial Intelligence, and has been invited by the European Commission to join the Responsible AI Working Group of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) initiative.
María Blanco’s work in Spanish American Literature ranges across themes from popular science to ghosts and haunting, and embraces a wide range of literary and cultural texts. In her commitment to interdisciplinary and comparative work, she has supported initiatives like the Global South Visiting Professorship at Oxford, and has helped expand the range of voices at Trinity and the University. Since September 2020, she has taken up the leadership role of Academic Champion at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), where she has been a longstanding contributor.
Stephen Fisher’s research into political attitudes and behaviour has produced election forecasting models widely used in the media nationally and internationally. He recently served as academic lead for the UNDP People’s Climate Vote Survey – the largest-ever survey of public opinion towards climate change. The survey has already generated discussion among governments internationally looking at climate and green recovery.
Trinity is a college of the University of Oxford, one of the world’s great centres of knowledge. Whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate, an academic or part of our wider community, you’ll find a dynamic and supportive place which is bubbling with ideas, alive with conversations and which hosts innovative research across many diverse fields.
We want to see our student thrive at Trinity. Our wellbeing support is here to help students flourish in their academic and personal lives, and there are a range of college resources available to students. Whether it is a physical or mental health concern, or support for those with specific learning needs or disabilities, our wellbeing team work together to ensure students get the advice and support they need.
The Levine Building will provide world-class facilities for teaching, residential accommodation, public outreach and social activity. The addition of the building will also enhance the college's provision for our graduates, as well as enabling us to engage further with prospective students, the local community and the public. Read more about the project and how to support it.
Trinity College’s Chapel will host a production of a revised English translation of Racine’s Andromache.
Trinity Fellow Justin Wark represented the UK academic community at the opening of a new European X-Ray laser physics facility.