Trinity College Science Society
is the most active science society in Cambridge, providing a rich programme of seminar series, panel discussions, film nights, and other social events. While based in Trinity College, all talks are free and open to all members of the university and the general public, and are accompanied by generous refreshments. Browse through our programme for the coming year to see the remarkable speakers and events we have lined up.


Latest news:

We are already excited about Lent Term, we will be hosting the Nobel Laureate Professor Sir Paul Nurse, the Director of the Sainsbury Laboratory Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser, the Google DeepMind Senior Scientist and Oxford Professor Murray Shanahan, the Editor-in-Chief of the Lancet Dr Richard Horton, the Chief Scientist of the Meteorological Office Professor Stephen Belcher, the former Director of the British Antarctic Survey Professor Chris Rapley, the famous ecological geneticist and author of The Language of the Genes Professor Steve Jones, as well as MANY OTHERS! We will also be hosting a broad Symposium in March, our Annual Dinner in Trinity's Old Kitchens, and a PhD-themed careers event.
posted on 25 Oct 2017

Our next event:

Thu
18
Jan
Prof Steve Jones speaking on
Ecological Genetics
For our first talk of Lent term, we are very excited to welcome Professor Steven Jones (UCL), a world expert on snail genetics and evolution in fruit flies and humans. Prof Jones is a winner of the Royal Society’s Faraday Prize for excellence in popular science communication, no doubt from the many books on genetics and evolution he has published and the television series on human genetics he wrote and presented.

Come along to hear about his work on ecological genetics and find out why there is so much genetic diversity!

Doors open: 6.00pm
Talk starts: 6.15pm

18:00   ·   Winstanley Lecture Theatre

Events

Thu
18
Jan
Prof Steve Jones speaking on
Ecological Genetics
For our first talk of Lent term, we are very excited to welcome Professor Steven Jones (UCL), a world expert on snail genetics and evolution in fruit flies and humans. Prof Jones is a winner of the Royal Society’s Faraday Prize for excellence in popular science communication, no doubt from the many books on genetics and evolution he has published and the television series on human genetics he wrote and presented.

Come along to hear about his work on ecological genetics and find out why there is so much genetic diversity!

Doors open: 6.00pm
Talk starts: 6.15pm

18:00   ·   Winstanley Lecture Theatre
For more events, see our full programme or download our latest term card.
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