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Sarah Hendriks delivered this year's Gates Cambridge Annual Lecture on how gender equality can change the face of poverty.
Surrin Deen speaks about his research into hyperpolarized MRI and its importance for the early detection of cancer.
Tara Westover spoke to Professor David Runciman at the launch of her memoir, Educated.
Katherine Bruce-Lockhart on her research into the resilience of prison officers' professionalism in post-colonial Uganda.
Three Gates Cambridge Scholars will take part in an internal symposium on Thursday.
Matt Cassels on researching adolescent self-harm and children's relationships with their pets.
Marie Kolkenbrock's new book explores one of the central conflicts of modernity.
Michelle Teplensky has been selected for STEM for Britain and will display a poster in the House of Commons.
Alexandra Cox's new book says juvenile justice systems are failing to change lives for the better.
Shrivalli Bhat on creating a new scientific method for making healthy home-made bread.
Four Gates Cambridge Scholars tell their stories at an event on Wednesday.
Rebecca Saunderson on her research, her work in dermatology and her commitment to the Gates Cambridge community.

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