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The College system explained

The College system explained

A group of Gates Cambridge Scholars talk about the Cambridge College system - how to apply, types of Colleges, things to consider when applying and life in a College.

Ethan Rubin on touring with a folk-punk band

Ethan Rubin on touring with a folk-punk band

Ethan gives a presentation dispelling and confirming myths about the touring band lifestyle based on his experience traveling across the continental US as part of a folk-punk band. The presentation was given during an event attended by scholars and their guests known as Scholar's Stories, and is followed by a Q&A.

Guilhem Chalancon on single-cell comics and computational systems biology

Guilhem Chalancon on single-cell comics and computational systems biology

Guilhem gives a presentation on how this new area of biology will enable scientists and doctors to overcome limitations in attempts to tackle complex evolving diseases like cancer by facilitating understanding of how cells function over time in various conditions. The presentation was given during an internal symposium and is followed by a Q&A.

 

Ilana Walder-Biesanz on gender and sexuality themes in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito

Ilana Walder-Biesanz on gender and sexuality themes in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito

Ilana gives a presentation deconstructing the gender and sexuality themes in La clemenza di Tito and uses it to exemplify opera’s role in providing a space for gender play.  The presentation was given during an internal symposium attended by the Trust, Trustees, scholars and their guests, and is followed by a Q&A.

 

Zoe Stewart on the ‘artificial pancreas’

Zoe Stewart on the ‘artificial pancreas’

Zoe gives a presentation introducing the Cambridge ‘artificial pancreas’ and its use for monitoring and controlling insulin levels in pregnant women with diabetes. The presentation was given during an internal symposium attended by the Trust, Trustees, scholars and their guests.

Stefano Martiniani on entropy

Stefano Martiniani on entropy

Stefano gives a presentation introducing entropy and its importance to understanding the statistical foundations of the physical laws governing complex systems in fields ranging from biology to engineering. The presentation was given during an internal symposium attended by the Trust, Trustees, scholars and their guests, and is followed by a Q&A.

Mariel Williams on estimating body mass from skeletal remains

Mariel Williams on estimating body mass from skeletal remains

Mariel gives a 5 minute presentation about the methods and uses of estimating body mass of our ancestors from their skeletal remains, followed by a 5 minute Q&A. This presentation was given at an event for 35 members of the National Association of Fellowship Advisors from the USA.

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