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Five Fitzwilliam College alumni recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Fitzwilliam College students, staff and Fellows are once again running in the Chariots of Fire race, which this year takes place on 17 September.
Fellow Dr Kourosh Saeb-Parsy and colleagues develop new method for growing and transplanting artificial bile ducts that could help treat liver disease in children.
Fellow Dr Bhaskar Vira discusses with ‘Business Standard’, India’s leading business daily newspaper, the need to incorporate ecological wisdom into our everyday decision-making.
The College is continuing with the refurbishment of its iconic Central Building. Phase 2A is focusing on the structural repair of the concrete, and roof upgrade.
Experiencing traumatic events such as WW2 bombings may be associated with greater mental resilience rather than causing widespread angst, suggests study published by Fellow Jason Rentfrow and colleagues.
To mark the 250th anniversary of the great German Baroque composer Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) on 25 June, Music Fellow Francis Knights organized a special Festival of his music at Sidney Sussex College.
Bye-Fellow Andrew Hacket-Pain hosted a forest modelling workshop in College earlier this month.
Fitzwilliam win cricket Cuppers for the second year in a row.
PhD student Oliver Vanderpoorten (MRes Sensor Technologies 2015) awarded second prize in CDT EPSRC photo contest.
Dr Christopher Cowie and Dr Alice Evans taking up permanent lectureships at Durham University and King’s College London, respectively.
Blades and spoons for Fitzwilliam College crews in this year's May Bumps.