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We’ve been recently delighted that two of our tutors and fellows, Dr Amanda Power and Professor Laura Tunbridge, have been featured on BBC Radio 4.

Professor Sarah Harper (1979, Anthropology & Geography) has recently been appointed as Director of the Royal Institution (Ri) by its trustees.

A Catz DPhil student, in collaboation with Google's DeepMind, has developed an artificial intelligence system which can read the movements of a person’s mouth better than professional, and human, l

The Wallace Watson Award lecture is one of the highlights of the St Catz year. This year’s was no exception.

A Catz English lecturer has been announced as a future radio and television broadcaster.

Professor Ben Bollig's book, Politics and Public Space in Contemporary Argentine Poetry (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) was the subject of a recent 'book at lunchtime' event, hosted by

Shimon Whiteson, Associate Professor, Fellow and Tutor in Computer Science, has been announced as a recipient for one of this year’s Google Research Awards.

The latest from the River from our own correspondent, Anu Dudhia (1977, Physics).

The College hosted the fifth annual CatzExchange on 23 February. The conference bought together members of the Catz community from across various disciplines to share their research.

The College welcomed two distinguished guests for dinner in 4th week of Hilary Term.

Technology has transformed the way we communicate. From the early telegrams through to email, social media and smart phones, it has been an area of life that has been constantly evolving.

As an educational establishment, St Catz is all about finding accessible ways to teach the next generation.

Six members of the St Catherine’s community have been recognised in the 2017 New Year’s Honours list.

Spoiler alert: No murders took place at St Catz during the filming of this episode!

Using microbubbles to transport and target chemotherapy drugs could open up new possibilities for cancer treatment.

A team from Catz will be going to the world finals of an international programming competition next year.

Selina Siak, an Atlas Research Fellow at St Catherine’s in 1989, has published her first novel The Woman who Breathed Two Worlds (AmazonCrossing, 2016).

Fifty years after he purchased his second-hand copy of W H Mallock’s A Human Document for threepence, Catz Alum and Honorary Fellow Tom Phillips CBE RA (1957, English) has

Claude-Michel Schönberg, this year’s Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre, recently delivered his Inaugural Lecture.

We are delighted to announce that this year’s Catz Telethon has raised over £300,000, including a generous matching gift of £45,000 from alumnus Dr Wilfred Wong (m. 1976).