March 20, 2015

The President writes on IS

The President has written in the Tablet on the robust response required in dealing with 'Islamic State'

March 20, 2015

Richard Hillary Memorial Lecture

The text of the lecture is now available to download.

March 10, 2015

Striking while the ion is hot!

An international collaboration of researchers led by Trinity physicists Sam Vinko and Justin Wark has shown how ultra-fast ionization dynamics can be directly investigated in dense plasmas for the first time.

March 9, 2015

Research prize

Dr Elina Screen, Lecturer in History, has received a prize from the Dr. Philos. Hans Holst's Memorial Fund for her work on two illustrated catalogues of coins.

March 9, 2015

Torpids success

The women's 1st VIII and men's 3rd VIII have won blades in Torpids.

February 13, 2015

James Ford Remembered

Trinity will be remembering James Ford, antiquary, collector and benefactor, when this year's Ford Lecturer, Dr Steve Gunn, Fellow of Merton College, dines in College this month.

February 11, 2015

New Chief Executive of English Heritage

Trinity is delighted to report that Kate Mavor (Modern Languages, 1980) has been appointed Chief Executive of English Heritage.

January 28, 2015

Choir sings at Westminster Cathedral

Trinity's chapel choir has sung at the Saturday evening Mass at Westminster Cathedral.

January 1, 2015

Updated: Breath to help diagnose diabetes

Professor Gus Hancock is co-author of new research which reveals the potential to diagnose children with type 1 diabetes. See the full article for a Reuters video report.

December 19, 2014

Oxford rated first for research

The 2014 REF results have rated Oxford University as number one in the UK for the quality of its research.

December 12, 2014

Varsity Match 2014

DPhil student Lewis Anderson has become the first player to have appeared in five Varsity Match-winning sides at Twickenham. He was cheered on by over fifty Trinity members and friends.

December 9, 2014

Election forecast

Stephen Fisher, Fellow and Tutor in Political Sociology, suggests that the Lib Dems may be facing a greater wipe out at the next election than previously predicted.