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Professor Dame Gillian Beer

Honorary Fellow

Subject: 

Literature and history of science

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Professor Lee Bollinger

Honorary Fellow

Subject: Law; freedom of expression

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Sir Philip Campbell

Honorary Fellow

Editor, Nature.

 

Professor Norman Davies

Honorary Fellow

Subject:

History

Department/institution: 

University College, London​

 

 

Subject: Quantum field theory, nuclear physics, high energy physics, energy studies, College history.

 

Dr David Gardner

Honorary Fellow

Subject: Political science.

 

Professor Michael B Green

Honorary Fellow

Subject: String theory of physical forces and particles.

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Sir Martin Harris

Honorary Fellow

Subject: 

Emeritus Professor of Romance Linguistics.

Department/institution: 

University of Manchester

 

Dame Carolyn Emma Kirkby

Honorary Fellow

Subject: Music

Professor Sir Keith Peters

Honorary Fellow

Subject:

Immunology of renal and vascular diseases

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Professor Martin Rees

Honorary Fellow

Subject: Astrophysics and cosmology

 

Justice Albert Sachs

Honorary Fellow

 

 

Professor Ekhard K H Salje

Emeritus Fellow, Honorary Fellow

Subject: Mineralogy and petrology, structural instabilities, transport and phase transformations of solids

Ali Smith

Honorary Fellow

 

 

 

 

Professor David Thouless

Honorary Fellow

 

 

Melanne Verveer

Honorary Fellow

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Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, Washington, DC 20057

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Fellows in the news

Clare Hall Inspires

The second 'Clare Hall Inspires' personal and professional development workshop for students and postdocs was co-organised by Dr Keri Wong (Clare Hall Postdoc Committee), Mr Tim Coorens (the GSB) and Ms Catherine Wise from the Development Office. This one-day workshop, open to all College members, was held in the Richard Eden Suite at West Court. The key aim of the workshop is to encourage students and postdocs to think flexibly about various career paths and to utilise the many...
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Clare Hall Postdocs - 3 Slide Talk Series

In May we held the fifth in the series of 3 Slide Talks. The three engaging talks from different disciplines provided much food for thought.The first talk was given by Dr Robert Beyer from the Department of Zoology. Robert, who has a background in maths, presented current collaborative research on palm oil production. Oil palm is a highly contested crop linked with environmental destruction. While environmental NGOs and others have called for boycotts of products containing palm oil, the...
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A New Samsung Artificial Intelligence Lab for Cambridge

Samsung have announced plans to open a new research lab in Cambridge, confirming the city’s reputation as one of the world’s foremost hubs for artificial intelligence research and development. The institute will open up opportunities for fundamental research in AI and enable greater cooperation with the UK’s academic community.  The project will be led by Professor Andrew Blake, a Professorial Fellow at Clare Hall.  Further links:
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Postdocs 3 Slide Talks

The third of our series of 3 Slide Talks featured the works of three Clare Hall Fellows. Kick starting the night was our Research Fellow from the Department of History, Dr Carolyn Cobbold, on the history of food and the role of science and scientists in the creation and regulation of food products and ingredients. We learned about the influence of chemists and the evolution of food colouring throughout various European countries and the US and what to look out for in modern day ingredient lists...
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