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Victoria Herrmann is recognised in Apolitical's World's 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy for 2019.
Ria Roy speaks about her research into how the North Korean system legitimises its regime and its leaders.
Tara Cookson has won a prestigious award for her book on the hidden costs of cash transfer programmes.
Cameron Taylor's time at Cambridge doing a PhD in Linguistics has taken him into organising intercultural dialogues and to a new role in robot communication.
Irina Bokova delivered this year's Gates Cambridge Annual Lecture about the importance of cultural heritage.
New research shows many laptops could be hacked due to vulnerabilities from plug-in devices.
Three Gates Cambridge Scholars will talk about their research in an internal symposium this week.
Gates Cambridge announces US Scholars 2019
Maria Pawlowska has spent the last three years building a network of research excellence centres in Poland.
Carlos Adolfo Gonzalez Sierra talks about how his experience of being a Dreamer drives his community activism.
Jakub Szamalek's new thriller novel has provoked a widespread discussion in Poland about the dangers of cybercrime.
Yeo Bee Yin talks to Gates Cambridge about her path from master's student to government minister in Malaysia.

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