Francis Crick's entrance into the Eagle pub in Cambridge on February 28, 1953 has gone down as one of the most famous moments in history. "We've discovered the secret of life," the co-discoverer of the DNA 'double helix' is reputed to have told his stunned colleagues.
Ten members of staff from the University of Cambridge have been recognised for their excellence in teaching at the annual Pilkington Teaching Prizes.
The Composers' Ensemble, recently hailed as Europe's most innovative chamber group, will perform tomorrow at the University's West Road Concert Hall. The programme includes music by the Spanish composer Roberto Gerhard, who held a Fellowship at King's College as a political exile from Franco's Spain.