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New research paper on which Maximilian Stammnitz is first author looks at transmissable cancers in Tasmanian devils.
Scholar-Elect Erin Williamson talks about her plans to study the value of hope among Syrian refugees and asylum seekers.
Ella McPherson and Tara Westover will speak at the prestigious Hay Festival in May.
Scholar-Elect Vaithish Velazhahan has been researching the mechanisms by which flavonoids protect human health.
Keynote speakers include Luis Moreno Ocampo, Former Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
Scholar-Elect Emelyn Rude will be researching how fish stock collapses have affected eating habits & communities.
Sixty Gates Cambridge Scholars have taken part in this year's Day of Engagement.
Michelle Teplensky has won the Silver Award at STEM for BRITAIN.
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.

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