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New research on 'hardcore' Mau Mau women prisoners

New research on 'hardcore' Mau Mau women prisoners

New research on the treatment of 'hardcore' female Mau Mau prisoners by the British in...

Towards a greater understanding China Africa relations

Towards a greater understanding China Africa relations

Ross Anthony has just been appointed acting head of the Centre for Chinese Studies at...

Chinese workers in Japan: a complex picture

Chinese workers in Japan: a complex picture

Chinese workers in Japan are more than passive victims of difficult work conditions and...

Finding African energy solutions

Finding African energy solutions

Lorna Omondi was inspired from an early age to find homegrown solutions to the energy...

Adapt and survive

Adapt and survive

Understanding how animals can learn to adapt their behaviour to survive in a...

Bird brains or smart operators?

Bird brains or smart operators?

Corina Logan's research aims to bring together biology and psychology to shed new light...

Four Scholars speak at final symposium of the year

Four Scholars speak at final symposium of the year

Four Gates Scholars will give the final internal symposium of the year on Thursday,...

Debt reduction in the Caribbean

Debt reduction in the Caribbean

Charles Amo Yartey has co-authored a book on the problems of debt reduction in the...

Crafting new types of food and drink

Crafting new types of food and drink

A Gates Cambridge Alumnus and two partners have opened a craft brewery and foods hub in...

Officers do charity cycle ride to mark D-Day

Officers do charity cycle ride to mark D-Day

Two officers in the US armed forces - one a Gates Cambridge Scholar - are cycling from...

US ambassador meets Gates Cambridge Scholars

US ambassador meets Gates Cambridge Scholars

The US Ambassador to the UK visited Gates Cambridge Scholars last week and faced...

Poverty, economics and the importance of thinking local

Poverty, economics and the importance of thinking local

Gustavo Nicolas Paez talks about his work at Colombia's Ministry of Health and how...

River life

River life

Songqiao Yao begins her MPhil this autumn and hopes to build on years of river advocacy...

Alumna wins gender and politics award

Alumna wins gender and politics award

Jennifer Piscopo has won an international award for her work on gender and politics from...

SimPrints awarded major global health grant for maternal health project

SimPrints awarded major global health grant for maternal health project

A fingerprint identification system developed by Gates Cambridge Scholars and others has...

Health risks of urbanisation of rural areas

Health risks of urbanisation of rural areas

The increasing urbanisation of rural areas in sub-Saharan Africa could lead to an...

Study reveals economic impact of El Niño

Study reveals economic impact of El Niño

El Niño has a significant impact on the world and local economies - and not always for...

Africa's higher education dilemma

Africa's higher education dilemma

Andrea Pizziconi writes for The Scholar magazine about her company's work promoting a...

When doctors don't try too hard at CPR

When doctors don't try too hard at CPR

Alessandra Colaianni has scooped the prestigious Rausing Prize for her dissertation on...

Mythmaking and Captain Cook

Mythmaking and Captain Cook

Julien Domercq is curating an exhibition at the University of Cambridge's Library on the...

Families of rhythm

Families of rhythm

Research co-authored by Erica Cao presents a new approach to understanding rhythm...

Rethinking education

Rethinking education

Arif Naveed's research will ask whether a rethinking of education -  the curriculum,...

An interactive future for all

An interactive future for all

A Gates Cambridge Alumnus has published the first book to address the challenges in...

Three Scholars to speak at NAFA symposium

Three Scholars to speak at NAFA symposium

Three Gates Cambridge Scholars will speak about their research on smart engineering, how...

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