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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...

From dengue fever to bird conservation

From dengue fever to bird conservation

Four Gates Cambridge Scholars will present their research at an internal symposium next...

The legacy of trauma

The legacy of trauma

Alice Chang talks about her new job working mainly with indigenous young people with...

Mapping dengue fever

Mapping dengue fever

After suffering from dengue fever, Leah Katzelnick began researching the disease and is...

Scholar wins prize for work on smart drugs for type 2 diabetes

Scholar wins prize for work on smart drugs for type 2 diabetes

Michelle Teplensky wins a prestigious prize for her research on a smart system for...

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.

The power of mentoring

The power of mentoring

An expert panel will give advice on how effective mentoring can improve opportunities for...

First Gates Cambridge film festival launches

First Gates Cambridge film festival launches

Four Gates Cambridge Scholars will show their films in the first Scholar-made Gates Film...

A revolution in northern Syria?

A revolution in northern Syria?

Johanna Riha was part of a recent delegation to the Kurdish region of northern Syria...

Conference aims to inspire social enterprise

Conference aims to inspire social enterprise

Four Gates Cambridge Scholars are taking part in a conference at the end of the month...

Tackling the role of ageing in MS progression

Tackling the role of ageing in MS progression

Muktha Natrajan talks about her research on potential treatments for the progressive...

A computational approach to cancer

A computational approach to cancer

Dominique Kunciw is looking to find new ways to fight cancer through computational...

Delivering on the global network

Delivering on the global network

Gates Cambridge Trust appoints its first dedicated Alumni Relations Coordinator to help...

From computer bugs to high altitude archaeology

From computer bugs to high altitude archaeology

An internal symposium next week will hear about research on the history of migration,...

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