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Four Gates Cambridge Scholars will talk about the reality of field work at an event this week.
Shefali Mehta on her time at Cambridge and starting her own agriculture consultancy.
Gates Scholar and fellow PhD students to set up research group on the politics of vision, perception, memory and history.
Suzanne Pilaar Birch has combined her research on migration and environmental change with promoting the role of women in Archaeology.
Ragnhild Freng Dale was researcher and assistant director on a play which scooped one of Norway's top theatre awards.
Paul Bergen argues that more needs to be done to ensure vital water supplies can get up and running quickly after major storms.
Emma Glennon co-authors study highlighting risks to human health of increased use of antimicrobials in farming.
Amanda Dennis talks about her research on philosophy and literature and her first novels.
Two Gates Cambridge Scholars will take part in events at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
Kevin Beckford and colleagues have started an organisation to encourage underrepresented groups into innovative careers.
Anke Timmermann speaks about her career and her interest in tracing the links between alchemy and modern medicine.
Gitte Marianne Hansen has been awarded an AHRC Leadership Fellowship to explore the works of Japanese writer Murakami Haruki

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