Ljilijana Fruk, Sidney Fellow and Director of Studies in Chemical Engineering, joined The Naked Scientists to take a look at a beautiful story of friendship, knowledge, and taking on forces of evil. There's some chemistry involved too!
Dr Frances Hall and a team of clinicians and scientists have established a new clinical trial that will test whether drugs that are already in use to treat other immune-related conditions can prevent the development of severe COVID-19 infection.
A research team, led by Sidney alumnus Professor Julian Gough, are collecting DNA data files from the general public to aid important research looking at whether it is possible to predict phenotype from genotype.
Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, Fellow and Former Master of Sidney (1999-2009) and Advisory Board member of Cambridge Judge Business School, joined an expert Independent Advisory Group (IAG) to support the review into the Windrush scandal of migration decisions taken by the British government.
Sidney's JCR President, Tom Bryan, has been letting us know more about his role and how he's been getting on living and studying away from Sidney this term.
Sidney Fellow Professor Gary Gerstle joined the 'The History of Now' podcast to discuss how America's government has confronted the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor John Horton Conway, well known for inventing the 'Game of Life', passed away on Saturday 11 April in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Members of the Sidney community continue to play a significant role in the University’s efforts to tackle the coronavirus crisis. Dr Michael Ramage is leading a team of researchers to create an origami face shield (known as HappyShield) that is made by folding a sheet of clear plastic.
The University of the South celebrates the election of Sidney alumnus Professor Brigety as Sewanee's 17th Vice-Chancellor and President.
Sidney Fellow Professor Erika Eiser involved in new multinational study showing how the process of distinguishing viruses and bacteria could be accelerated through the use of computational methods.
With the absence of an Easter term in Cambridge, the Students' Union have put together a creative calendar of virtual welfare initiatives to support their fellow students, including the most recent virtual 'Great Sidney Bake Off'.
Professor Andy Neely OBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise and Business Relations, is leading an operation to process donations of personal protective equipment and make this readily available to the NHS as part of the University's efforts to tackle the coronavirus emergency.
The Sidney community extends its warmest congratulations to Professor Sir John Walker who is to be awarded the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science honoris causa at a Congregation set to take place in June 2020.
Florence Alexander is part of the crew to contest the first Lightweight Women's Boat Race on the Championship Course on the Tideway on Sunday (March 15).
Sidney student Max Stewart has been selected to present his work at the Healthcare Leadership Academy's annual end of programme summit.
Sidney enjoyed fantastic results at this year’s Lent Bumps. Each of the three Sidney crews participating – W1, M1, and W2 – rose in the Lent Bumps rankings, with W2 receiving blades for their astonishing five bumps in four days.
Congratulations to Hugh Rowlands, Sidney's Senior Organ Scholar, on achieving his ARCO and sweeping the board with three prizes.
Sidney Research Fellow Natasha Morrison is the latest to feature in the University's women in STEM series.