This year's Weekend of Research was one of the biggest scholar-organised events ever, bringing together scholars and alumni around the world virtually to discuss their research.
A study co-authored by Ramit Debnath looks at how nudge policies and the use of frugal innovation helped India in the lockdown phase of COVID-19.
Gates Cambridge Scholars and Alumni are taking part in a panel discussion on global health and vaccines at this year's online Hay Festival.
Kumar Thurimella will combine his maths and medical knowledge for his PhD in Biotechnology looking at new ways to tackle inflammatory disease.
Alice Musabende is named this year's winner of the Bill Gates Sr. Prize, nominated by her peers.
Lucinda Lai and colleagues have created an app that helps emergency doctors help COVID-19 patients at the end of life.
Scholar-Elect Yasemin Cole will study the genomic landscape of paragangliomas, pheochromocytomas and gastrointestinal stromal tumours.
This year's Weekend of Research will be online and feature scholars and alumni in discussions, workshops and presentations about their research.
Stephen Gadomski is first author on a new study on the behaviour of endothelial cells.
John Clark is working on a study on the impact of COVID-19 on children.
Gates Cambridge Alumni have been mobilising to address some of the many issues thrown up by COVID-19.
Ananth Kumar has won a competitive international fellowship to study the mechanistic basis of IncRNA function.