Gates Cambridge Annual Report 2022 published

  • May 3, 2023
Gates Cambridge Annual Report 2022 published

The Gates Cambridge Annual Report 2022 covers news, case studies, data and a financial report.

It is quite simply a joy and a privilege to be the Provost of the Gates Cambridge Trust and to work with a small but exceptional team of staff whose professional expertise and dedication are matched only by their friendliness and kindness.

Professor Eilis Ferran FBA

The Gates Cambridge Trust’s Annual Report 2022 has just been published.

The report includes a summary of the Trust’s work during the year and the impact of our scholars and alumni in Cambridge and across the world as well as the Trust’s financial report.

You can also read community news about our scholars and alumni, our impact in numbers and there are four case studies of scholars and alumni – Marie Brunet, Stijn de Schepper, Alaa Hajyahia and Anoop Tripathi.

Latest News

Rethinking feminist approaches to gender-based violence

Ilaria Michelis [2019] was completely surprised when, earlier this year, she was awarded this year’s Journal of Gender Studies Janet Blackman Prize. The Prize celebrates scholarship on international feminist movements and trade unions/women in work.  It was awarded for an article she published the year before in the Journal of Gender Studies based on an issue […]

Scholars scoop three social impact awards

Three Gates Cambridge Scholars have been recognised with awards from the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. The 15 Social Impact Awards in six categories were launched for the first time by Cambridge Hub in 2018-19, to celebrate students who have shown exceptional achievement in, and commitment to, creating positive social change. Since then, […]

Report highlights fatal health risk of climate change in Europe

Climate change is here, in Europe, and it kills. This is the warning of 69 contributors of the 2024 Europe report of the Lancet Countdown, published today in the Lancet Public Health and led by Gates Cambridge Scholar Kim Van Daalen [2018]. Tracking the links between climate change and health across the region, the new […]

Tracing the role of transposable elements in disease

What causes genetic disease? Rebecca Berrens’ research focuses on transposable elements or transposons, pieces of DNA formed as a result of ancient viruses that inserted into our genome. These can damage genes when they are active in the early stages of human development because they are able to move about the genome.  This can result […]