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    Hace 3 días · Cambridge (/ ˈ k eɪ m b r ɪ dʒ / KAYM-brij) is a university city and the county town in Cambridgeshire, England.It is located on the River Cam approximately 55 miles (89 km) north of London.As of the 2021 United Kingdom census, the population of Cambridge was 145,700. Cambridge became an important trading centre during the Roman and Viking ages, and there is archaeological evidence of ...

  2. Hace 1 día · In 1812, Babbage transferred to Peterhouse, Cambridge. He was the top mathematician there, but did not graduate with honours. He instead received a degree without examination in 1814.

  3. 8 de dic. de 2023 · Peterhouse. Or four pales gules a border gules charged with golden crowns [Granted 1575] The official origin of Peterhouse is to be found in the royal charter of 1284, which authorized the removal of the scholars from the hospital and their transference to two hostels outside Trumpington Gate.

  4. › wiki › Lord_KelvinLord Kelvin - Wikipedia

    Hace 4 días · He was elected a fellow of St. Peter's (as Peterhouse was often called at the time) in June 1845. On gaining the fellowship, he spent some time in the laboratory of the celebrated Henri Victor Regnault , at Paris; but in 1846 he was appointed to the chair of natural philosophy in the University of Glasgow .

  5. Hace 1 día · Stephanie Cook (Peterhouse), Olympic pentathlon gold medalist; James Cracknell (Peterhouse), double Olympic gold medallist; Billy Fiske (Trinity Hall), youngest US Olympic gold medalist (bobsleigh) Syed Mohammad Hadi (Peterhouse), multi-talented India international; Peter Jacobs, Olympic fencer

  6. Hace 9 horas · One of his all-time favourite shots is from March 2020 – on the first day of lockdown – when he captured the late head porter of the university’s Peterhouse college, Gerald Meade, watering ...

  7. 2 de dic. de 2023 · Peterhouse, The Master's Lodge. The Master's Lodge (Plate 300) on the E. side of Trumpington Street, opposite the College, was built in 1702 by Dr. Charles Beaumont, Fellow, who, dying in 1726–7, left the house to the College as a Master's Lodge.