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Marcus Colla talks about how decisions about destroying or rebuilding landmarks reflect the political manipulation of history.
Four Gates Cambridge Scholars are highlighted in this year's Forbes 30 under 30 lists.
Anna Nti-Asare-Tubbs speaks about her research into the role of mothers in the struggle for race equality in the US.
Morgan Seag's research involves taking oral histories of the first women in Antarctica and examining the process of their gradual inclusion.
Mona Jebril has been invited to join the network of evidence and expertise at the University of Cambridge's Centre for Science and Policy.
Alex Quent is organising an Open Science Day which aims to enable researchers to make science more open.
Mutum Yaikhomba talks about his research into how energy is harvested in the human body and the need to tap the potential of students in North East India.
Carol Ibe attended the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation meeting in Berlin following her second annual training workshop and symposium for African research scientists.
Colleen Rollins explains her work on how the brains of people with schizophrenia construct hallucinations.
Jessica Fernandez De Lara Harada has been invited by Japan to attend a governmental programme.
Krittika D'Silva leads study which uses social media and transport data to predict a new retail business' likelihood of success.
Frantisek Vasa's research focuses on understanding how different parts of the brain are linked and what happens when those connections break down.

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