The atmosphere in college is very friendly,
it's almost like a family.
Khoa, 2nd Year
Ext. Director of Studies; Director of Studies in History of Art
Research Fellow, Gonville & Caius College
Historical geography may be defined most simply as the study of the geography of places in the past. While it would appear to be relatively easy to differentiate between the ‘past’ and the ‘present’, there is room for some debate about when the ‘present’ ends and the ‘past’ begins.
Since high school I have been fascinated by Particle Physics. The fact that humankind has been able to develop a profound understanding of nature at this most fundamental level is a remarkable achievement.
After graduating from Oxford in 1964, I joined the research group of Luis Alvarez at the University of California, Berkeley, where I obtained a Ph.D. in experimental particle physics in 1969.
Chris Burgoyne shows that Structural Engineers do much more than just building bridges.