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.
New experimental methods in language learning research
David gives a presentation summarizing experimental methods used in second-language psycholinguistics research. This presentation was given during an internal symposium attended by scholars and their guests, and is followed by a Q&A.
Brielle Stark on testing a novel method of speech therapy for patients with aphasia
Brielle gives a presentation her research developing iPad-delivered speech therapy for individuals suffering with chronic aphasia. This presentation was given during an internal symposium attended by scholars and their guests, and is followed by a Q&A.
Bo Shuin Lai on developing treatments for Toxoplasma gondi infestations
Bo gives a presentation on the parasite Toxoplasma gondii, specifically on it's mode of infection, symptoms, and his research aiming to develop a cure. This presentation was given during an internal symposium attended by scholars and their guests, and is followed by a Q&A.
Afridita Nikolova on exploring University Students' Responses to the Literary Text "The Merchant of
Afrodita gives a presentation on a study she conducted on Macedonian student responses to the literary text "The Merchant of Venice" mindful of ethnic tensions in Macedonia.
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 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.