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:

Check out our latest term card!
posted on 10 Oct 2018

Our next event:

Thu
22
Nov
Prof. John Walker speaking on
Life and death in an old enzyme: the ATP synthase
Professor Emeritus of the LMB John E. Walker will talk about his studies of ATP synthase structure, which earned him the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 1997, and its functions, which could be exploited to fight tuberculosis, antibiotic-resistant infections, and heart diseases.
18:00   ·   Old Combination Room

Events

Thu
22
Nov
Prof. John Walker speaking on
Life and death in an old enzyme: the ATP synthase
Professor Emeritus of the LMB John E. Walker will talk about his studies of ATP synthase structure, which earned him the Nobel prize in Chemistry in 1997, and its functions, which could be exploited to fight tuberculosis, antibiotic-resistant infections, and heart diseases.
18:00   ·   Old Combination Room
Thu
29
Nov
Prof. Michael Green speaking on
Unification and progress in modern theoretical physics
Former Lucasian Professor in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, Michael Green will round up the term and provide overview of the evolution of modern physics and unexpected applications of its nascent branches, such as quantum field theory and string theory.
18:00   ·   Winstanley Lecture Theatre
For more events, see our full programme or download our latest term card.
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