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As the chairman of Crossrail, Tony Meggs (NatSci (Physics) 1970) is used to negotiating challenges.
PhD student Bluebell Drummond (Nano Physics 2017) takes us on a tour of the College gardens.
The College is very sad to report that Dr Kenneth Smith, Life Fellow of Fitzwilliam, passed away on Sunday 15 March.
Fitzwilliam College has achieved the Hedgehog Friendly Campus Bronze Award thanks to staff, students and Fellows rescuing and rehoming hedgehogs.
Fitzwilliam College is all about our community and its members – and that will continue as we all adjust to the unprecedented impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Leathersellers Scholar David Willer and Dr David Aldridge are on a mission to work out how to look after our planet and people’s health at the same time. 
Residents at one of Fitzwilliam College’s student houses won a cash prize as a reward for being the house or staircase who saved the most electricity during the week-long Fitz Off competition.
Fitzwilliam’s men’s rugby team remain on course for the League and Cup double after reaching the Cuppers final for the first time in 15 years.
Fitzwilliam College hosted its first "Fresh Thinking at Fitz" event last month, featuring Dame Louise Casey and Charles Clarke in discussion with the Master Baroness Morgan.
Research headed by Fitzwilliam College Fellow Professor Nigel Slater has been awarded the ‘Paper of the Year’ for 2019 by Springer journal Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering.
Fitzwilliam’s netball team have added to the College’s sporting success in 2019-20 and are setting their sights set on further glory.
Professor Michael Potter and Dr Ashton Brown were honoured for their contribution to rowing at Fitzwilliam College in a boat naming ceremony at the Bo