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GSS returns to Cambridge

GSS returns to Cambridge

The eighth Global Scholars Symposium will bring distinguished speakers, including...

Complex identities in history

Complex identities in history

Anisha Bhat's research will focus on the history of the Siddi, the African diaspora in...

Sustainable development in the Arctic region

Sustainable development in the Arctic region

Victoria Herrmann has written a report on how to turn resource extraction into human...

Four Scholars tell their stories

Four Scholars tell their stories

Four Gates Cambridge Scholars will share personal experiences of political extremism,...

Gates Cambridge Scholars to speak at Hay Festival

Gates Cambridge Scholars to speak at Hay Festival

Three Gates Cambridge Scholars will join a host of Cambridge academics who will be...

54 new Gates Cambridge Scholars selected

54 new Gates Cambridge Scholars selected

Fifty-four of the world's most academically exceptional and socially committed young...

Has the pendulum swung too far in favour of patient autonomy?

Has the pendulum swung too far in favour of patient autonomy?

A new study by Gates Cambridge Scholar Elizabeth Dzeng questions whether doctors are not...

The Classical origins of gender

The Classical origins of gender

Scholar Elect Nikolas Oktaba talks about his research into how he uses the Classics to...

SimPrints wins business award

SimPrints wins business award

A social enterprise set up by Gates Cambridge Scholars has been named the Start-up...

Leading woman

Leading woman

Tara Cookson speaks about her research into conditional cash transfers for women with...

Recognition grows for SimPrints

Recognition grows for SimPrints

The pioneering fingerprint identity device has been covered by a peer-review journal and...

A revolution through the lens of history

A revolution through the lens of history

Max Reibman talks about his research into the recent history of the Middle East.

Opening technology up to all

Opening technology up to all

Pradipta Biswas leads research team looking to help people with physical impairments to...

The political roots of the Ebola outbreak

The political roots of the Ebola outbreak

The Ebola outbreak in Guinea has been treated as a public health crisis, but it has more...

From Cambridge to the NZ Government

From Cambridge to the NZ Government

Chris Tooley talks about moving from research on self-determination to his role in the...

Captain of the crew

Captain of the crew

Evelyn Boettcher will be captaining one of the boats which will be racing in the Oxford...

Alumna authors executive order on greenhouse gas emissions

Alumna authors executive order on greenhouse gas emissions

Kate Brandt has authored an executive order issued by President Obama last week which...

Understanding glioblastoma

Understanding glioblastoma

Scholar Elect Joseph McAbee's research will focus on understanding the genetic make-up of...

Gates Cambridge alumnus wins British Council award

Gates Cambridge alumnus wins British Council award

Gates Cambridge alumnus Chandler Robinson has won the Entrepreneur Award at the...

Provost receives honorary doctorate

Provost receives honorary doctorate

The Provost of the Gates Cambridge Trust has been appointed an honorary doctor of the...

Scholar wins NASA Fellowship

Scholar wins NASA Fellowship

Erin Kara has been awarded a prestigious NASA fellowship to study the origins of the...

New US Gates Cambridge Scholars announced

New US Gates Cambridge Scholars announced

Forty new US Gates Cambridge Scholars have been selected to study at the University of...

Investigating the roots of nationalism

Investigating the roots of nationalism

Ivan Rajic on growing up in Serbia in the 1990s and how this affected his research on the...

Trees of life

Trees of life

Martin Kaonga talks about his role as an expert in carbon biogeochemistry and climate...

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