The academic life of the College is built around the collective interests of its students and fellows. Darwin has a number of particular focuses of research expertise, in addition to many individual fellows who are international leaders in their fields. The best way to gain an overview of these research interests is from the list of fellows.
Darwin College hosts a popular public lecture series, featuring speakers from every academic discipline and many fields of public life. Lectures take place on Friday evenings in Lent term (January to March), and are published by Cambridge University Press in a book devoted to each year's theme.
Darwin College has an official technical report series that is available for online publication of research by College members. College fellows and students also collaborate regularly in cross-disciplinary research projects that are published in conventional venues external to the college. The site publications page provides an index of these publications.
College Statutes and Ordinances
Darwin College is pleased to be associated with distinguished persons external to the Cambridge community who provide valuable links to the outside world. Information on these distinguished associates can be accessed online.
During term time, two regular series of research seminars take place in Darwin. Along with the popular Darwin Lectures, these and other seminars in Cambridge can be accessed and scheduled via the talks.cam system (an initiative of two Darwin members).