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  1. Há 5 dias · Trinity College. plan at end of book. The College was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII for a Master and about sixty Fellows and scholars. On the site stood Michael House, King's Hall and several private hostels, of which the most important was Physick Hostel.

  2. Há 6 dias · Rebecca Fitzgerald is Professor of Cancer Prevention at Cambridge and Honorary Consultant in Gastroenterology at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. In 2022 she became Director of the new Early Cancer Institute at Cambridge, a multidisciplinary initiative focused on understanding the earliest steps of cancer formation in order to pave the way ...

  3. Há 5 dias · John Wright’s memories of his seven years at Trinity College give a richly textured and a more innocent picture of student life in the second decade of the nineteenth century. He gives us the flavour of it through a tour of Trinity, its chapel and the Wren library’s organisation, and the university’s other colleges.

  4. Há 5 dias · Alumnus Dr Alex Kendall accelerates the development of self-driving cars - Trinity College Cambridge. Eight years after he founded the autonomous driving company Wayve, based on AI-technology he researched at Cambridge, alumnus Dr Alex Kendall has raised more than £1bn to accelerate the development of self-driving cars.

  5. Há 2 dias · Institutions. Trinity College, Cambridge, Peterhouse, Cambridge. Signature. Charles Babbage KH FRS ( / ˈbæbɪdʒ /; 26 December 1791 – 18 October 1871) was an English polymath. [1] A mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer, Babbage originated the concept of a digital programmable computer.

  6. Há 6 dias · These lie, in the main, outside the scope of college history; but it can be said that in contributing to the changes of 1882 Trinity was 'the first of the Cambridge colleges to break completely with the tradition of the past'.

  7. Há 4 dias · Very naturally reforms in college were by far the hardest to face. J. W. Clark says of another Trinity man H. R. Luard, Registrary (1862–91), that in many ways he was a reformer, even a radical, 'but, when his beloved College was concerned, the force of early association was too strong, and he regarded fundamental change as sacrilege'.