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Professor Oliver Hart wins economics Nobel Prize

We are delighted to report that Oliver Hart,  Fellow in Economics at Churchill College from 1975–1981, has been jointly awarded the 2016 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences, along with Bengt Holmström of MIT for their work in the field of contracts. This is the 32nd Nobel prize awarded to a member of the College.

David Thouless wins Nobel Prize in Physics

Congratulations to former Fellow, David Thouless who is one of three British scientists awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 for "theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter.” 

The ‘Greg and Rosie Lock Cambridge Bursaries’ to enable more Welsh state school pupils to study STEM subjects at Churchill

Greg Lock, an alumnus and lifelong rugby enthusiast from South Wales, has made a substantial donation to the College. He and his wife have endowed the ‘Greg and Rosie Lock Cambridge Bursaries’ to enable more Welsh state school pupils, boys and girls in equal number, to study STEM subjects at Churchill.

Royal opening for Cowan Court

A Cambridge College is celebrating the official opening of its latest facilities by welcoming a member of the Royal family today.

Groundsman Dave Hale achieves 25 years of service

Congratulations to Dave Hale, Groundsman who achieves 25 years of service today. Dave is an important part of our wonderful Grounds & Gardens team and does a fantastic job keeping our playing fields beautiful for the enjoyment of our members and visitors.

Professor Dame Athene Donald receives an Honorary Degree from University of Leeds

Professor Dame Athene Donald will be presented with an honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Leeds today.

Soapbox Science: Churchill students take science to the streets

Two Churchill postgraduate students, Megan McGregor and Nikita Harri, took part in last Saturday's Cambridge Soap Box Science roadshow — an outreach platform aims to promote women scientists and engage the public in their scientific research.

Professor Ray Goldstein wins the 2016 Franklin Medal and prize of the Institute of Physics

Professor Ray Goldstein has been awarded the 2016 Franklin Medal and prize of the Institute of Physics for revealing the physical basis for fluid motion in and around active cells and its importance for the evolution of multicellularity, cell differentiation, and the synchronicity of eukaryotic flagella.