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This week's Fresh Thinking at Fitz will discuss the importance of the Life Sciences to economic growth in the future.
In an unprecedented year, the College has designed this year's publication of record, The Journal, to be read online.
In February 2020, faced with a myriad of government guidelines on the safe use of indoor spaces during the emerging coronavirus pandemic, the Bursar turned to the Fitz Engineers for some answers. The resulting project led to both a paper published by the Royal Society, and a free online tool to safely assess the aerosol distribution of COVID-19 in an indoor space.
This Thursday (18th February) at 6pm, Fresh Thinking at Fitz will be an introduction to the recently announced Foundation Year. 
The NHS relies on the swift movement of blood, platelets, breast milk, samples, medicines and COVID tests between its providers and patients. Did you know that many of these transfers are undertaken by volunteers?
This week's Fresh Thinking at Fitz will focus on the experience of working in the NHS during the pandemic since February last year.
This week the JCR and the GoodLad initiative organised two online workshops for current Fitz students to discuss 'Lad Culture'.
Plastics are one of the defining materials of our age, from clothing and packaging to vehicles and construction, and it would be hard to imagine moder
For most of our students, the English lockdown has meant a delayed return to Cambridge, and teaching moving entirely online for Lent Term.
Just as the UK's ancient woodlands face existential threats from large infrastructure projects, such as HS2, ambitious attempts are being made to inve
This week, Fitzwilliam Fellow, Dr Richard Powell, has been giving evidence to the House of Commons’ Foreign Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Envi