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Ph.D. Martin REES Astronomer Royal; Fellow, Trinity College, and Emeritus Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics, University of Cambridge


 studied Mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge
1968 Research Fellow, Caltech
1967-1969 Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge
1967-1972 Staff member, Institute of Theoretical Astronomy, Cambridge
1969-1992 Senior Research Fellow, King's College, Cambridge
1969-1970 Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey
1971 Visiting Associate Professor, Caltech
1972, 1988-89 Visiting Professor, Harvard University
1972-1973 Professor, Sussex University
1976-1977 Gresham Professor of Astronomy
1982, 1996-1997 Visiting Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
1984 Joint Coordinator of programme on galaxy formation, etc. at Institute of Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara
1984-1988 Regents Visiting Fellow of Smithsonian Institution
1973-1991 Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy, Cambridge University
1977-1982, 1987-91 Director, Institute of Astronomy
1973-1991 Professorial Fellow, King's College, Cambridge
1992-2003 Royal Society Professor at Cambridge University
1992-2003 Official Fellow King's College, Cambridge
1995 JSPS visitor, Kyoto University
2002-2009 Professor of Cosmology and Astrophysics, Cambridge
2004-2012 Master of Trinity College, Cambridge
since 1995 Astronomer Royal
since 2001 Honorary Professor, Imperial College, London and Leicester University