Dr Frances Hall, Sidney Fellow and Chief Investigator of the TACTIC-R trial, joined a panel during the Cambridge Festival event to discuss setting up clinical trials safely and quickly during a pandemic.
Making virtue out of our lockdown necessity, on 23 March the College celebrated twenty years of partnership with Karnatak University, Dharwad, in managing the Pavate Fellowship scheme.
On 23 March 2021, the College hosted a special virtual seminar during which Sidney alumnus and Member of the Irish Parliament, Jim O’Callaghan (1989), spoke to the possible political, economic, and legal consequences of Irish reunification.
While we are able to fly the College flag in their memory, all of us at Sidney regret that we are unable to gather in person to commemorate our most generous benefactors with the traditional annual service in the Chapel.
As part of the University’s ‘Creative Encounters’ project, Dr Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft and artist Riitta Hakkarainen have joined forces to make a short animated film about Ruth’s research.
Dr Ljiljana Fruk has co-authored the first comprehensive textbook on Bionanotechnology. The textbook covers all major recent developments in nanotechnology, biosensing and nanomedicine, and includes a timely look at lipid structures that feature in the Pfizer and BioNTech COVID vaccine.
Hugh Rowlands, Sidney’s Senior Organ Scholar, has recently been awarded the Fellowship Diploma of the Royal College of Organists (FRCO).
Professor Rodolphe Sepulchre was awarded the 2020 George S. Axelby Outstanding Paper Award of the IEEE Control Systems Society at the Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) (virtual) awards ceremony.
Racing Point were announced as the Aston Martin works team for this year's Formula 1 season, and Sidney Engineering undergraduate Max Minter will be on board during an exciting internship opportunity.
Professor Kenneth Armstrong, Fellow at Sidney and Professor of European Law, joined the Constitutional Affairs Committee to discuss how Article 50 could be improved based on the experience of its activation by the UK.
Professor Kenneth Armstrong comments on the Scottish National Party’s roadmap for a second independence referendum.
Dr Robbie Duschinsky is one of a group of seventy experts from across the globe to argue that there are widespread misunderstandings around attachment research that have resulted in potentially negative consequences for decisions in family courts.
Sidney raised the rainbow flag on the 1 February to mark the beginning of LGBT+ History Month.
After the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Boat Race, exciting plans for 2021 are now taking shape. The race is scheduled to take place on the River Great Ouse at Ely on Sunday 4 April.
Sidney Sussex is delighted to be among the first Colleges to host students for the Cambridge Foundation Year – a new programme offering talented students from backgrounds of educational and social disadvantage a new route to undergraduate study.
Joanna Gabrielle da Silva, former Fellow at Sidney, has been awarded a damehood in the New Years Honours List for her contribution to humanitarian relief.
It has been an extraordinary few days in the history of modern America. Professor Gary Gerstle discusses the events in the United States and the historical impact.
BBC Radio Four, in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society, presents 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet. Listen to Dr Michael Ramage in the ‘Wood for good’ episode discussing how cross-laminated timber may be the answer to sustainable building.