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  1. The College clock is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Trinity: King Edward’s Gate, otherwise known simply as the clock-tower. This gate originally formed a grand entrance to King’s Hall, a foundation which was dissolved in 1546 and joined with Michaelhouse to found the new College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity.

  2. Das Trinity College ist ein College der University of Cambridge und beheimatet ungefähr 1000 Studenten und 160 Lehrpersonen. Es besitzt eine starke akademische Tradition und hat bisher 34 Nobelpreisträger sowie vier Träger der Fields-Medaille hervorgebracht.

  3. Trinity College Dublin – an introduction Our university is pulsing with people, energy and ideas. Discover more about our community of staff, students and alumni, and how one of the world’s great cities is home to one of the world’s great universities – Trinity College Dublin.

  4. Women were admitted to Trinity College as full members for the first time in 1904. From 1904 to 1907, women from Oxford and Cambridge came to Trinity College to receive their ad eundem degree and were known as Steamboat ladies. In 1907, the Chief Secretary for Ireland proposed the reconstitution of the University of Dublin.

  5. The college was founded in 1428 as a Benedictine hostel, in time coming to be known as Buckingham College, before being refounded in 1542 as the College of St Mary Magdalene. Magdalene counted some of the greatest men in the realm among its benefactors, including Britain's premier noble the Duke of Norfolk , the Duke of Buckingham and Lord Chief Justice Christopher Wray . [7]

  6. In 1924, Oppenheimer was informed that he had been accepted into Christ's College, Cambridge. He wrote to Ernest Rutherford requesting permission to work at the Cavendish Laboratory . Bridgman provided Oppenheimer with a recommendation, which conceded that Oppenheimer's clumsiness in the laboratory made it apparent his forte was not experimental but rather theoretical physics.

  7. Cambridge University Library is pleased to present the first items in its Foundations of Science collection: a selection from the Papers of Sir Isaac Newton. The Library holds the most important and substantial collection of Newton's scientific and mathematical manuscripts and over the next few months we intend to make most of our Newton papers available on this site.