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Scholars to take part in Day of Service

Scholars to take part in Day of Service

Gates Cambridge Scholars will take part in their first large-scale Day of Service on 8...

Fighting the stigma of mental disorders

Fighting the stigma of mental disorders

Neha Kinariwalla talks about her research on epilepsy and how she founded the Humanology...

Alumnus named top innovator

Alumnus named top innovator

Gates Cambridge Alumnus Jakub Szamalek has been named one of the top 100 leaders of...

Mobile health 'can support cancer care'

Mobile health 'can support cancer care'

Mobile technologies can support and improve cancer care and other non-communicable...

Shaping the Single European Market in the field of foreign direct investment

Shaping the Single European Market in the field of foreign direct investment

Philip Strik's research on foreign direct investment in the Single European Market...

Food security in an age of climate change

Food security in an age of climate change

Having GDP as the sole measure of growth in a world threatened by food shortage and...

The politics of aid

The politics of aid

Can foreign aid be neutral? Who should deliver aid in situations like Ukraine, Syria or...

Get more energy out of conventional solar cells, thanks to cheap organics

Get more energy out of conventional solar cells, thanks to cheap organics

A new kind of energy transfer from organic to inorganic semiconductors has been...

Scholar to premiere film on DNA origami

Scholar to premiere film on DNA origami

Kerstin Goepfrich will be showcasing a film on her research on DNA origami at the...

A wise elder speaks

A wise elder speaks

Pete Manasantivongs, Director of Global Engagement at Melbourne Business School, was one...

Prize recognises work on 19th century Latin American musician

Prize recognises work on 19th century Latin American musician

José Izquierdo has won a prestigious international prize for his work in bringing back to...

Reporting the world

Reporting the world

Justine Drennan talks about her job on Foreign Policy magazine and her work as a reporter...

Scholars debunk idea that social egg freezing is empowering

Scholars debunk idea that social egg freezing is empowering

Egg freezing for non-medical reasons is not empowering, according to four feminist...

First internal symposium takes place this week

First internal symposium takes place this week

New research on toxoplasmosis, speech recovery after strokes. female performance poetry...

An environmental education

An environmental education

Cillian Ó Fathaigh will be leading a social media project which could become a key part...

Chimps select the right tool for the job at hand

Chimps select the right tool for the job at hand

New research shows that chimpanzees search for the right tools from a key plant species...

Book on Nazis and Islam scoops Fraenkel Prize

Book on Nazis and Islam scoops Fraenkel Prize

David Motadel has been awarded one of the most prestigious prizes in contemporary...

Understanding the bushmeat market: why do people risk infection from bat meat?

Understanding the bushmeat market: why do people risk infection from bat meat?

Alexandra Kamins leads interdisciplinary research team in West Africa to discover why...

Halting cancer in its tracks

Halting cancer in its tracks

New research which aims to uncover genetic strategies for fighting the growth of cancer...

From researcher to entrepreneur

From researcher to entrepreneur

Tiffany Bogich has moved from being a zoology researcher to co-founding a start-up which...

Humans not responsible for chimp aggression

Humans not responsible for chimp aggression

Chimpanzee aggression is not the result of interaction with humans and is something they...

Scholar establishes Utah Ethical Leadership Awards

Scholar establishes Utah Ethical Leadership Awards

Gates Cambridge Scholar Libby Blanchard has set up an ethical leadership awards programme...

Fish as good as chimpanzees at choosing the best partner for a task

Fish as good as chimpanzees at choosing the best partner for a task

Coral trout can now join chimpanzees as the only non-human species that can choose the...

What microfossils can tell us about climate change today

What microfossils can tell us about climate change today

Alumnus Stijn De Schepper talks about his role leading an international research...

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