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Volunteer Week: Meet Jayne

This Volunteer Week meet our alumna Jayne Donora U80 and discover why she volunteers

Dr Alecia Carter's six year study shows baboons associate by phenotype

Latest research shows that, within large troops, baboons spend more time grooming those with similar dominance rank and boldness to themselves. Preferring such grooming partners may prevent new skills and knowledge being transmitted around the wider troop, say researchers

Royal Society of Edinburgh honour for Churchill alumnus Professor Marcel Jaspars

Churchill alumnus Professor Marcel Jaspars has joined Scotland's prestigious educational charity, The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) in recognition for his work on the discovery of new pharmaceuticals and enzymes from marine biodiversity.

Royal Society elects members of Churchill College to its Fellowship and Foreign Membership.

Members of Churchill College are amongst 47 new Fellows and 10 new Foreign Members announced by the Royal Society today.

Professor Ross Anderson named as BCS Lovelace Medal Winner 2015

Churchill Fellow, Professor Ross Anderson has been awarded the 2015 BCS Lovelace Medal — the top award in computing in the UK, presented to individuals who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of Information Systems. 

Albert Irvin OBE, 1922–2015

The College is saddened to hear of the death of the British artist, Albert Irvin, who was closely associated with Churchill College and The Møller Centre, where many of his paintings and prints are on display.

Churchill student receives prestigious Morgan Prize for Outstanding Research in Mathematics

Churchill student Levent Alpoge was awarded the 2015 AMS-MAA-SIAM Frank and Brennie Morgan Prize for Outstanding Research by an Undergraduate Student in Mathematics — the highest honor given to an undergraduate in mathematics.

Professor Dame Carol Robinson honoured in the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards

Professor Dame Carol Robinson has been named the 2015 European Laureate in this year's L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards for creating a revolutionary method for studying how proteins function and establishing a whole new scientific field: gas phase structural biology.