News from Sidney

  • New light is shed on star formationSidney Fellow throws new light on star formation
    Wednesday, 9th April 2008

    The strongest burst of star formation occurred two billion years after the Big Bang according to new research led by a Fellow of the College. (Full story)

  • Sidney students ready to visit MerseysideSidney's Access Bus goes to Merseyside
    Tuesday, 8th April 2008

    During the week of 14th-18th April, seven Sidney students are taking time out from exam revision to promote access to Cambridge in the Merseyside area. (Full story)

  • Pupils from Hyde Technology CollegeSchool visits to Sidney
    Monday, 31st March 2008

    Since the New Year, Sidney's admissions staff have been busy visiting schools, colleges and Higher Education fairs, travelling as far afield as the Channel Islands and Newcastle. We have also welcomed several school groups to the College, to give pupils a taste of student life in Cambridge. (Full story)

  • Professor Dame Ann DowlingProf Dame Ann Dowling elected to US National Academy of Engineering
    Thursday, 28th February 2008

    Sidney Engineering Fellow, Professor Dame Ann Dowling, has been elected as a Foreign Associate of the US National Academy of Engineering. (Full story)

  • Head Chef, Stephen Mather, with the TUCO awardSidney chef wins top culinary award
    Friday, 22nd February 2008

    Sidney's Head Chef, Stephen Mather, representing Cambridge Colleges won the prestigious TUCO Chef of the Year event winning a Gold Medal at the Hotelympia Exhibition at EXCEL, London on Wednesday 20th January 2008. Stephen beat off stiff competition in the finals from executive Chefs from universities including Oxford, York, Derby, Nottingham, Leeds, Aston, Kiel and Sheffield. Stephen Mather was required to prepare a 3-course meal suitable for a Dean and VIP guests. He was ably assisted by a young Chef, Phillip Crouch also from Sidney Sussex College. All dishes had to be prepared from raw ingredients, cooked and served within a 90-minute period. (Full story)

  • The Master with the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Alison Richards at a meeting during their visit to IndiaMaster Visits India with the Vice-Chancellor
    Friday, 18th January 2008

    Sandra Dawson, Lindsay Greer, Tom Blundell and Keith Glover were amongst more than twenty senior colleagues who joined The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, Professor Alison Richard, on a two week visit to India in January 2008 which involved activities in New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai. (Full story)

  • Dr Abir Al-TabbaaSidney science in the news
    Monday, 14th January 2008

    The work of two Sidney Fellows is making headlines this week: (Full story)

  • The winning team of chefsSidney Chefs Win Annual College Contest
    Tuesday, 8th January 2008

    This afternoon, the College's team of Chefs won the Steward's Cup for the best overall team effort in the Cambridge College Chefs Competition. This annual event was held at Girton College. Every member of our kitchen brigade entered at least one class with some outstanding results. The small team from Sidney Sussex beat off stiff competition from Trinity, Emmanuel and St Johns. Of particular note were: (Full story)

  • The Team of Sidney ChefsSidney Chefs are Cream of the Crop
    Tuesday, 8th January 2008

    Chefs from Sidney Sussex College have won a chance to be crowned the best University caterers in Britain after a challenging inter-college cook-off on Friday. (Full story)

  • Organ Scholars' Day CD available
    Thursday, 3rd January 2008

    On Saturday 21 October 2006, the Sidney Sussex Society hosted a reunion of past and present Organ Scholars. CDs of the wonderful reunion concert are now available for purchase (£10) from the Membership & Development Office. (Full story)