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Twins Talia da Silva and Tercia Jansen van Vuuren are Gates Cambridge's first sibling scholars.
Todd Tucker heads up the Institute's new programme on trade and global governance.
Scholar-Elect Sofia Singler on researching Finnish architecture and inspiring children.
First-ever study shows pregnant women with Type 1 diabetes can use artificial pancreas safely at home.
James Yang Zou co-authors paper which attempts to counter inherent sexism in computer algorithms.
Scholar-Elect Mamasa Camara on what drew her to study female circumcision in its historical, political and social context.
Siza Mtimbiri is looking for people to help with a new school and medical centre he has set up in Zimbabwe.
Scholar-Elect Miriam Alvorado's PhD will focus on the impact of Barbados' tax on sugary drinks.
Bridget Kendall opens inaugural Gates Cambridge Biennial with a plea for a broad range of scholarship in an uncertain world.
Professor Barry Everitt has been elected president of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies.
Mohammad Shomali is an imam whose research will focus on the human rights of non-Muslims in Islamic law.
New study suggests intelligent management of oil palm lifecycle can maintain frog diversity during replanting.

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