Discover St John's
The annual Dirac Lecture 2016, entitled Too beautiful to be false, will be given by Professor Michael Green FRS, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, on Friday 10 June.
A major conference at St John’s will set out some of the ideas and information about medieval Wales emerging from a new wave of research focused on the Welsh Chronicles.
Researchers have been awarded £1.2 million to study the remains of more than 400 people excavated from a medieval cemetery on what is now part of the site of St John’s.
In the midst of a political storm in Brazil, a workshop to debate the issues surrounding the crisis and the future of Brazilian democracy is to take place at St John’s.
A study of butterflies suggests that when a species adapts, other parts of its genetic make-up can be linked to that adaptation, limiting diversity in the population.
A memorial event for Professor Sir Jack Goody, who died last year, will be held at St John’s College on Saturday, 2 July.