The Trinity Hall Fellowship takes part in a wide range of research. A selection of Fellows' research is listed below.
10 November 2016
Professor Jane Clarke discusses fundamental investigations into protein folding and how it is at the heart of many diseases.
5 April 2016
Dr Nigel Chancellor and Dr Lutz Jermutus discuss how a striking and extraordinary portrait emerged from obscurity to be recognised as a significant record of celebrity endorsement in the history of western medicine.
1 March 2016
In his latest work, Trinity Hall Research Fellow Dr Thomas Bennett shows how melting crystalline porous materials facilitates the formation of hybrid glasses.
2 December 2015
Trinity Hall's Dr Nicholas Guyatt reviews the past 7 years of Obama's presidency for the 2015 Milestone Lecture
26 November 2015
Finding new uses for old enzymes: a collaborative project between Trinity Hall fellows Dr Lutz Jermutus & Dr Florian Hollfelder
2 September 2015
An international team of researchers, including Dr Tom Bennett, report how they have managed to use a relatively new family of sponge-like porous materials to develop new hybrid glasses.
15 November 2014
Trinity Hall's Milestone Lecture follows the Origins of Research for three Trinity Hall Fellows
17 September 2014
This video discusses C-131/12 Google Spain; Google v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD), Mario Costeja González (2014), the Court of Justice of the European Union's long awaited "right to be forgotten" case
22 January 2014
Dr John Biggins, the Walter Grant Scott Research Fellow at Trinity Hall, explains this phenomenon.
24 October 2013
How our taste in music changes over a lifetime - research by one of our graduate students.
17 September 2013
Trinity Hall students found Desktop Genetics Ltd,a bioinformatics company aiming to revolutionize the way genetic engineers work together, through the development of AutoClone™, a new DNA search engine
25 October 2012
In September 2012, the Master gave a lecture to the Chinese University Hong Kong entitled "This time it's different: History and the financial crisis".
25 November 2011
In 2010, researcher Stephen Leonard began a 12-month research project, documenting the disappearing oral traditions of the northernmost settled people on Earth.