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Draft List of Donors for 2017

We’d like to say a big thank you to all of our supporters and present our draft List of Donors for 2017, which will be published together with the next edition of The Year. It’s one of the longest in Oxford, but don’t let that stop you from having a look!

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Treating cancer ‘with bubbles’ research

Using microbubbles to transport and target chemotherapy drugs could open up new possibilities for cancer treatment. Catz Fellow and Professor of Engineering Eleanor Stride has been working with a cross-disciplinary team from the University to explore the opportunities the possibilities of using this method to improve the effectiveness and of radiation and chemotherapies.

Catz Computer Science Society sees success

A team from Catz will be going to the world finals of an international programming competition next year. Members of the Catz Computer Science Society (CCSS) have already won the 2016 UK and Ireland Programming Competition (UKIEPC) and subsequently came third in the Northwestern Europe Regional Contest (NWERC), beating all other UK teams. These strong performances have secured the Society a place in the World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) in South Dakota in May 2017.

Claude-Michel Schönberg delivers his Cameron Mackintosh Inaugural Lecture

Claude-Michel Schönberg, this year’s Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre, recently delivered his Inaugural Lecture. He addressed over 200 people who gathered in the Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre at St Catherine’s to hear him speak on the topic of Creation and Immigration

 

Hydrogen breakthrough fuels new technology research

Hydrogen on the periodic table

The future of energy production has long been a source of concern for scientists. Now, following a recent discovery by a team including Catz Fellow Professor Peter Edwards, one answer could lie in the safe use of hydrogen for powering vehicles.

The main obstacle facing scientists working on hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles has been finding a storage method that does not put drivers and passengers at risk. That obstacle could soon be overcome by using benign hydrocarbon wax as a storage medium.

St Catz architecture praised on the BBC

Professor William Whyte, Professor of Social and Architectural History and Fellow of St John's College, has described St Catherine’s as “one of the most amazing buildings in Britain” on a short film for BBC Radio Oxford. The video tour of concrete buildings in Oxford includes the Florey Building at The Queens’s College and the Denys Wilkinson Building at the Department of Physics.

 

Catz Fellows

Our Fellows are involved in a wide range of activities. The articles below are just a snapshot of the variety of our Fellows' achievements,
 


Alumni news

We have over 12,000 living alumni living and working accross the globe. We are always pleased to hear from them and are delighted to share their news and achievements. The articles below are the latest highlights. If you have news that you want to share with us then please get in touch!

 


College life

There's always lots going on in and around the College. The latest news from our students and Fellows are included in the articles below.
 


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