Early Career Research: Understanding how the brain performs through day and night, by Dr Hannah Alfonsa
In a new series of articles we look at the research work of some of the College's Junior Research Fellows.
A new home for Access and Admissions
January saw the opening of the College’s new combined Access and Admissions Office.
Celebrating diversity with our annual BME Dinner
People from across the St John's community gathered on 2 February to celebrate the diversity within College and ...
Our Sound Artist in Residence for Hilary term is Katarzyna Krakowiak
St John’s College is glad to welcome our Sound Artist in Residence for 2018, Katarzyna Krakowiak.
Graduate student Tyler Pager wins journalism prize
Tyler Pager will travel and write alongside a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
Speaking, reading and learning: a new oral language intervention programme for young children
Professor Maggie Snowling, President of St John's, and Professor Charles Hulme have been leading the team develo...
Mapping the brain with mathematics: understanding the evolution of the most complex organ on Earth
A multidisciplinary team at St John's is using exciting new methods to explore how our brains have evolved over ...
Professor Nicholas Harberd on protecting plant genes from the effects of mutation
Professor Nicholas Harberd has led a team of researchers in the discovery of a cellular mechanism that protects ...
The College is sad to announce the death of Peter Preston (English Language and Literature, 1957), Honorary Fell...
Dr Mark Whittow
The College is very sad to learn of the death of Dr Mark Whittow.