Check out the list of notable Trinity College, Cambridge alumni. Some of the notable Trinity College, Cambridge students are Isaac Newton, Jawaharlal Nehru, Charles, Prince of Wales, Lord Byron and Srinivasa Ramanujan.

Founded by Henry VIII in 1546, Trinity College, Cambridge enthralls its students as well as pupils from the whole of the United Kingdom. The breathtaking campus is not just scenic but is renowned for the quality education it provides. Students receiving education here turn out to be famous personalities, and excel in different genres. Currently the home of 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and over 180 Fellows, Trinity College, Cambridge aspire students with its alumni, who have achieved heights in their career. Isaac Newton, an English mathematician, astronomer, and physicist studied in this college. Ernest Rutherford, known as the father of nuclear physics and a recipient of the Nobel Prize for “investigations into the disintegration of the elements, and the chemistry of radioactive substances” joined Trinity as a research student at the Cavendish Laboratory under J.J. Thomson. Srinivasa Ramanujan, the other prominent alumnus from the Trinity College, Cambridge is popularly known for his theorems and contributions towards mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series, and continued fractions. Some other distinguished personalities who received their education from the Trinity College, Cambridge include poet Lord Byron, philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, Soviet spies Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, and Anthony Blunt. Besides, Trinity is the only college to achieve 32 Nobel Prizes, 5 Fields Medals in mathematics, and 1 Abel Prize. To find out the other famous alumni from the Trinity College Cambridge, keep reading.
Isaac NewtonIsaac Newton
(Physicist, Mathematician, Astronomer)

25 December 1642

20 March 1727

Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth

British

Capricorn

Jawaharlal NehruJawaharlal Nehru
(First PM of India & Freedom Fighter)

14 November 1889

27 May 1964

Allahabad

Indian

Scorpio

Charles, Prince of WalesCharles, Prince of Wales
(Prince of Wales)

14 November 1948

Buckingham Palace

British

Scorpio

Srinivasa RamanujanSrinivasa Ramanujan
(Mathematician)

22 December 1887

26 April 1920

Erode

Indian

Sagittarius

Edward VIIEdward VII
(King of United Kingdom)

09 November 1841

06 May 1910

Buckingham Palace

British

Scorpio

Aleister CrowleyAleister Crowley

12 October 1875

01 December 1947

Leamington Spa

British

Libra

Francis BaconFrancis Bacon
(Philosopher)

22 January 1561

09 April 1626

Strand, London, England

British

Aquarius

Bertrand RussellBertrand Russell
(Philosopher)

18 May 1872

02 February 1970

Trellech, Monmouthshire, UK

British,Welsh

Taurus

Charles BabbageCharles Babbage
(Father of the computer)

26 December 1791

18 October 1871

London

British

Capricorn

Ludwig WittgensteinLudwig Wittgenstein
(Philosopher)

26 April 1889

29 April 1951

Vienna

Austrian

Taurus

Ernest RutherfordErnest Rutherford
(Physicist, Chemist)

30 August 1871

19 October 1937

Brightwater, New Zealand

New Zealander,British

Virgo

J J ThompsonJ. J. Thomson
(Physicist, Nobel Prize Winner)

18 December 1856

30 August 1940

Manchester, Lancashire, UK

British

Sagittarius

Francis GaltonFrancis Galton
(Polymath)

16 February 1822

17 January 1911

Birmingham

British

Aquarius

Muhammad IqbalMuhammad Iqbal
(Poet & Philosopher)

09 November 1877

21 April 1938

Sialkot, Punjab, British India

Pakistani

Scorpio

Lee Hsien LoongLee Hsien Loong
(Third Prime Minister of Singapore)

10 February 1952

Singapore

Singaporean

Aquarius

Amartya SenAmartya Sen
(Economist & Philosopher)

03 November 1933

Santiniketan

Indian

Scorpio

Vladimir NabokovVladimir Nabokov
(Novelist)

22 April 1899

02 July 1977

Saint Petersburg

American,Russian

Taurus

Rajiv GandhiRajiv Gandhi

20 August 1944

21 May 1991

Mumbai

Indian

Leo

George HerbertGeorge Herbert
(Poet)

03 April 1593

01 March 1633

Montgomery

British,Welsh

Aries

Enoch PowellEnoch Powell

16 June 1912

08 February 1998

Birmingham

British

Gemini

Subrahmanyan ChandrasekharSubrahmanyan Chandrasekhar

19 October 1910

21 August 1995

Lahore, British India

Indian

Libra

A. A. MilneA. A. Milne
(Novelist, Playwright, Poet)

18 January 1882

31 January 1956

Kilburn, London

British

Capricorn

Ralph Vaughan WilliamsRalph Vaughan Williams
(Composer)

12 October 1872

26 August 1958

Down Ampney

British

Libra

Jared DiamondJared Diamond
(Scientist & Author)

10 September 1937

Boston, Massachusetts, US

American

Virgo

Stanley BaldwinStanley Baldwin
(Former British Prime Minister)

03 August 1867

14 December 1947

Bewdley

British

Leo

John DrydenJohn Dryden

09 August 1631

12 May 1700

Northamptonshire, England

British

Leo

Alfred North WhiteheadAlfred North Whitehead
(Mathematician, Philosopher)

15 February 1861

30 December 1947

Ramsgate, Kent, England

British,American

Aquarius

Arthur BalfourArthur Balfour
(Former Prime Minister of Britain)

25 July 1848

19 March 1930

Whittingehame

British

Leo

G. H. HardyG. H. Hardy
(Mathematician)

07 February 1877

01 December 1947

Cranleigh, United Kingdom

British

Aquarius

William Makepeace ThackerayWilliam Makepeace Thackeray
(Author & Novelist)

18 July 1811

24 December 1863

India

British

Cancer

Henry Fox TalbotHenry Fox Talbot
(Inventor)

11 February 1800

17 September 1877

Dorset

British

Aquarius

Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of EssexRobert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex
(Political figure)

10 November 1565

25 February 1601

England

British

Scorpio

Arthur EddingtonArthur Eddington
(Astronomer)

28 December 1882

22 November 1944

Kendal

British

Capricorn

Andrew MarvellAndrew Marvell
(Poet)

31 March 1621

16 August 1678

Winestead, England

British

Aries

Christopher AlexanderChristopher Alexander

04 October 1936

Vienna, Austria

Libra

Austen ChamberlainAusten Chamberlain
(Politician)

16 October 1863

17 March 1937

Birmingham

British

Libra

William Henry BraggWilliam Henry Bragg
(Nobel Prize Winner in Physics)

02 July 1862

10 March 1942

Wigton

British

Cancer

John RayJohn Ray
(Naturalist)

29 November 1627

17 January 1705

Black Notley, near Braintree

British

Sagittarius

Ernest WaltonErnest Walton
(Physicist)

06 October 1903

25 June 1995

Dungarvan

Irish

Libra

Andrew Fielding HuxleyAndrew Huxley
(Physiologist & Biophysicist)

22 November 1917

30 May 2012

Hampstead, London, England

British

Scorpio

Alfred Lord TennysonAlfred Lord Tennyson
(Poet)

05 August 1809

06 October 1892

Somersby, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom

British

Leo

Arthur CayleyArthur Cayley
(Mathematician)

16 August 1821

26 January 1895

Richmond, Surrey, UK

British

Leo

Pyotr KapitsaPyotr Kapitsa
(Physicist)

08 July 1894

08 April 1984

Kronstadt, Russian Empire

Russian

Cancer

Lor RayleighLord Rayleigh
(Discoverer of Argon)

12 November 1842

30 June 1919

Langford Grove, Maldon, Essex, England

British

Scorpio

George Paget ThomsonGeorge Paget Thomson
(Physicist)

03 May 1892

10 September 1975

Cambridge

British

Taurus

Martin RyleMartin Ryle
(Astronomer)

27 September 1918

14 October 1984

Brighton

British

Libra

Aaron KlugAaron Klug
(Chemist & Biophysicist)

11 August 1926

Lithuania

British

Leo

Walter GilbertWalter Gilbert
(Biochemist, Physicist, Molecular Biologist)

21 March 1932

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

American

Aries

Brian JosephsonBrian Josephson
(Physicist)

04 January 1940

Cardiff

British

Capricorn

Francis William AstonFrancis William Aston
(Chemist & Physicist)

01 September 1877

20 November 1945

Harborne, Birmingham

British

Virgo

Alan Lloyd HodgkinAlan Lloyd Hodgkin
(Biophysicist & Physiologist)

05 February 1914

20 December 1998

Banbury, Oxfordshire, England, UK

British

Aquarius

Sir James A. MirrleesJames Mirrlees
(Economist)

05 July 1936

Minnigaff, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland

British

Cancer

James MeadeJames Meade
(Economist)

23 June 1907

22 December 1995

Swanage, United Kingdom

British

Cancer

Henry Hallett DaleHenry Hallett Dale
(Physiologist & Pharmacologist)

09 June 1875

23 July 1968

Islington

British

Gemini

Archibald HillArchibald Hill
(Physiologist)

26 September 1886

03 June 1977

Bristol

British

Libra

Frederick Gowland HopkinsFrederick Gowland Hopkins
(English biochemist)

20 June 1861

16 May 1947

Eastbourne

British

Gemini

John KendrewJohn Kendrew
(Biochemist and Crystallographer)

24 March 1917

23 August 1997

Oxford, United Kingdom

British

Aries

 Owen Willans RichardsonOwen Willans Richardson
(Physicist)

26 April 1879

15 February 1959

Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England

British

Taurus

Abraham CowleyAbraham Cowley
(Poet)

1618 AD

28 July 1667

London

British

Edgar Adrian, 1st Baron AdrianEdgar Adrian, 1st Baron Adrian
(Electrophysiologist)

30 November 1889

04 August 1977

Hampstead

British

Sagittarius

Charles Glover BarklaCharles Glover Barkla
(Physicist)

07 June 1877

23 October 1944

Widnes, Lancashire, England

British

Gemini

Richard Laurence Millington Synge Richard Laurence Millington Synge
(Biochemist)

28 October 1914

18 August 1994

Liverpool, England

British

Scorpio

Edward Arthur MilneEdward Arthur Milne
(Astrophysicist)

14 February 1896

21 September 1950

Kingston upon Hull

British

Aquarius

Sir William Lawrence BraggSir William Lawrence Bragg
(Nobel Laureate in Physics)

31 March 1890

01 July 1971

North Adelaide, South Australia

British

Aries

Eddie RedmayneEddie Redmayne
(Film actor, Stage actor, Model)

06 January 1982

London

British

Capricorn

George VIGeorge VI
(Military personnel)

14 December 1895

06 February 1952

York Cottage

British

Sagittarius

Lawrence LessigLawrence Lessig
(Jurist, Activist, Lawyer, Non-fiction writer, Computer scientist, Politician, Professor)

03 June 1961

Rapid City

American

Gemini

Kim PhilbyKim Philby
(Spy, Journalist)

01 January 1912

11 May 1988

Ambala

British

Capricorn

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl GreyCharles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey
(Politician)

13 March 1764

17 July 1845

Fallodon

Pisces

Evelyn Robert de RothschildEvelyn Robert de Rothschild
(Banker, Polo player)

29 August 1931

British

Virgo

Alfred de RothschildAlfred de Rothschild
(Banker, Diplomat)

20 July 1842

31 January 1918

London

British

Cancer

Antony GormleyAntony Gormley
(Sculptor, Artist)

30 August 1950

London

British

Virgo

Guy BurgessGuy Burgess
(Spy, Journalist)

16 April 1911

30 August 1963

Devon

British

Aries

Robert Erskine ChildersRobert Erskine Childers
(Writer, Politician, Novelist)

25 June 1870

24 November 1922

Glendalough

Irish

Cancer

Stephen FrearsStephen Frears
(Actor, Film director, Film producer)

20 June 1941

Leicester

British

Gemini

Spencer PercevalSpencer Perceval
(Politician, Lawyer)

01 November 1762

11 May 1812

Mayfair

British

Scorpio

Toby YoungToby Young
(Journalist)

17 October 1963

Buckinghamshire

British

Libra

William Lawrence BraggWilliam Lawrence Bragg
(Mathematician, Physicist, University teacher)

31 March 1890

01 July 1971

Adelaide

Australian,British

Aries

Michael AtiyahMichael Atiyah
(Mathematician, Topologist, University teacher)

22 April 1929

London

British

Taurus

Nathan Rothschild, 1st Baron RothschildNathan Rothschild, 1st Baron Rothschild
(Politician, Banker)

08 November 1840

31 March 1915

London

British

Scorpio

Henry Campbell-BannermanHenry Campbell-Bannerman
(Politician, Diplomat)

07 September 1836

22 April 1908

Glasgow

British

Virgo

Peter ShafferPeter Shaffer
(Screenwriter, Playwright, Writer, Literary critic)

15 May 1926

06 June 2016

Liverpool

British

Taurus

Timothy GowersTimothy Gowers
(Mathematician, University teacher)

20 November 1963

Wiltshire

British

Scorpio

John PolkinghorneJohn Polkinghorne
(Physicist, Theoretical physicist)

16 October 1930

Weston-super-Mare

British

Libra

Frank P. RamseyFrank P. Ramsey
(Mathematician, Philosopher, Economist)

22 February 1903

19 January 1930

Cambridge

British

Pisces

Alfred Radcliffe-BrownAlfred Radcliffe-Brown
(Anthropologist, Sociologist)

17 January 1881

24 October 1955

Birmingham

British

Capricorn

Mahbub ul HaqMahbub ul Haq
(Economist, Politician, Financier, Banker)

22 February 1934

16 July 1998

Jammu

Pakistani

Pisces

Jonathan CoeJonathan Coe
(Novelist, Author)

Peter ScottPeter Scott
(Ornithologist, Illustrator, Painter, Postage stamp designer)

14 September 1909

29 August 1989

London

British

Virgo

Steven StrogatzSteven Strogatz
(Mathematician, Physicist, University teacher)

13 August 1959

Torrington

American

Leo

George DarwinGeorge Darwin
(Mathematician, Astronomer)

09 July 1845

07 December 1912

London Borough of Bromley

British

Cancer

Thom GunnThom Gunn
(Writer)

29 August 1929

25 April 2004

Gravesend

British

Virgo

Stanley BruceStanley Bruce
(Politician, Diplomat, Lawyer)

15 April 1883

25 August 1967

Melbourne

Australian

Aries

George Biddell AiryGeorge Biddell Airy
(Mathematician, Astronomer, Physicist, University teacher)

27 July 1801

02 January 1892

Alnwick

Leo

John PopleJohn Pople
(Mathematician, Chemist, University teacher)

31 October 1925

15 March 2004

Burnham-on-Sea

British

Scorpio

Bibek DebroyBibek Debroy
(Economist)

25 January 1955

India

Indian

Aquarius

Simon BlackburnSimon Blackburn
(Philosopher, University teacher)

12 July 1944

Chipping Sodbury

British

Cancer

Nicholas PatrickNicholas Patrick
(Astronaut)

19 November 1964

Saltburn-by-the-Sea

American

Scorpio

G. I. TaylorG. I. Taylor
(Physicist, Engineer, Mathematician, Meteorologist)

07 March 1886

27 June 1975

England

British

Pisces

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