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

Inclusive conservation

Rohini Chaturvedi finished her PhD at a difficult time for many students – in the midst of the global economic crisis of the early 2010s. But through a combination of hard work, initiative and serendipity she has found an impressive way to extend the work she did at Cambridge to promote conservation efforts in India. […]

Research impact award for Gates Cambridge Scholar

A Gates Cambridge Scholar is one of two winners of the 2023 Sandra Dawson Research Impact Award for his work on the economics of climate change earlier this month. The annual award was established through a generous donation from Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, a former Director of Cambridge’s Judge Business School. Winners are chosen based […]

AI system self-organises to resemble brains of complex organisms

A team of Cambridge scientists, co-led by a Gates Cambridge Scholar, have shown that placing physical constraints on an artificially-intelligent system – in much the same way that the human brain has to develop and operate within physical and biological constraints – allows it to develop features of the brains of complex organisms in order […]

Scholar wins history of science & medicine essay prize

A Gates Cambridge Scholar has won a prestigious essay competition about the history of early science with a treatise on evidence of knowledge exchange between the Ming-Chinese and Iberian conventions in the 16th century. The essay competition was run by the Early Sciences Forum of the History of Science Society and the Early Science and Medicine journal […]