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The Cambridge Foundation Year; a Golden Globe award; a book on paper; maternal and infant health; economics of biodiversity; Queen’s Honours.

Letters – what you’re saying

Hugh Bethell (1960) writes about healthspan and lifespan, and Edward Genochio (1996) shares a memory of Professor Sir Christopher Dobson.

Alumni relations note

The College continues: Fellows have published breakthrough research; student Medics have worked on the frontline of the pandemic; and the Development Office has organised a varied events programme.

Editor’s note

In the past year COVID-19 has shone a spotlight on … Continued

Letters – what you’re saying

More adventures in the land of ice and fire In … Continued

Message from the Master

Formally admitted as the 45th Master of St John’s on … Continued

Chris Sussman: profile

Director of UK Original Scripted Series at Netflix, Chris chats … Continued

Shruti Badhwar: career spotlight

Tech entrepreneur Shruti summarises her career journey and shares her … Continued

Health is made at home, hospitals are for repairs

Nigel Crisp (1970) spoke at the Beaufort Society Annual Meeting … Continued

Abi Adebayo: since St John’s

Abi is a Business Intelligence Developer for the mobile games … Continued