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Eating low quality pollen could protect bees from parasites, says new study.
Peter Sutoris' book is the first scholarly work on the history of Indian documentary film.
Catherine Xie is first author on a paper on research into one of the biggest causes of hypertension.
Daniel Walden has won a Leonore Annenberg Fellowship for the Performing and Visual Arts.
Greg Nance's Dyad.com has moved into career mentoring, with the support of several Gates Cambridge Scholars.
Surrin Deen takes part in first human liver scan using metabolic imaging system.
Daniel DiCenso's concert called 'a significant milestone in the gay rights movement'.
Julie Qiaojin Lin's research investigates the degeneration and death of motor neurons.
Fifty-five Scholars selected after international interviews to join class of 90.
Thabo Msibi will receive a prestigious award recognising his work on sexual rights and diversity.
Jacqueline Davis takes part in project to map jaguar habitats in the Amazon.
A Gates Cambridge Scholar has helped edit a new book on global health success stories.

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