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

The process of history-making

Olin Moctezuma-Burns [2020] is keen not to repeat the patterns of some past researchers and to give back to the communities she studies. For that reason she recently co-organised an international gathering of Imagining Futures projects on archiving indigenous and traditional knowledges in Sotuta, Yucatan. The meeting brought together people from Colombia, Peru, Kenya, Tanzania, […]

How might extreme heat contribute to human migration?

Rising temperatures due to climate change are likely influencing human migration patterns, according to a new study co-authored by Gates Cambridge Scholar Dr Kim van Daalen [2018]. The study, led by Rita Issa of University College London, is published today in the open-access journal PLOS Climate. It looks at the role of heat in human […]

Scholar scoops prestigious science innovation fellowship

Freja Ekman has been named one of the 2023 class of Hertz Fellows as the prestigious fellowship celebrates its 60th year. The 15 fellowships in applied science, engineering and mathematics are awarded by Fannie and John Hertz Foundation, a non-profit organisation for innovators in science and technology. Winners will have their graduate studies funded for […]

Scholar hosts first UN communications technology access meeting in India

Gates Cambridge Scholar Pradipta Biswas has hosted a UN meeting on improving access to communications technology – the first ever held in India. The meeting of ITU-T Study Group 9 (SG-9) on “Broadband Cable and Television/Audiovisual content transmission and integrated broadband cable networks”  was held in May at the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru […]