Jesus College has been awarded a significant donation from a former student, keen to support its programme to encourage Welsh students from all backgrounds to apply to study at the College.
Professor Naismith, of the Division of Structural Biology, is to be awarded the prestigious Tilden Medal by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Jesus student Abi Owen nominated her school teacher, Carolyn Davies at NPTC Group in Neath Port Talbot, Wales, for an Oxford University Inspirational Teachers Award.
Dr Stephan Uphoff is to be awarded the prestigious Colworth Medal by the Biochemical Society in recognition of his achievements in the field of molecular microbiology.
This month Jesus College took part in the Oxford University Meeting Minds Alumni weekend in Tokyo, followed by visits to Singapore and Hong Kong.
Principal Sir Nigel Shadbolt FRS FREng delivered the Sir Gareth Roberts Lecture at the University of Durham's Department of Physics on Wednesday 13 March.
Two Jesus College Fellows were interviewed on BBC Radio 4 last week: Katrin Kohl, Professor of German Literature, and Susan Doran, Professor of Early Modern British History. Both programmes are available online.
In this video, Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Principal of Jesus College, and Dr Jeni Tennison OBE talk about “flourishing in a data-enabled society”.
The College celebrates the International Women's Day by flying the Suffragette Flag and by holding events for College members throughout the Women's History Month.
The next exciting phase of development of Jesus College’s Northgate site begins this month, with work scheduled to start on site in early March. It is estimated that the entire scheme will take two years to complete.
Jesus College Fellow, Professor Donal Bradley, has been awarded the prestigious Jan Czochralski Award in recognition of his achievements in the field of Advanced Materials Science.
The Red Book of Hergest, Jesus's most important medieval Welsh manuscript, is on loan to the Bodleian Libraries until June.