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Chaining up microbes prevents ‘bacterial sex’ and provides new way to control spread of antibiotic resistance, says new study.
Learning for Purpose is holding its first outward-facing conference at Murray Edwards College on 9th May.
Paulo Savaget and his supervisor win a prestigious award for a project helping low-income entrepreneurs in Brazil.
A new multidisciplinary study identifies a more accurate way of predicting intelligence.
Scholar-Elect Minaam Abbas on his research on epitranscriptomics and his entrepreneurial activities.
55 new scholars have been announced and will join 35 others to form the Gates Cambridge Class of 2017.
Co-Chair of Alumni Association has died in avalanche
Toby Norman is named a Schwab Social Entrepreneur of the Year.
Montana Duke Wilson on his work for his tribe and how his research will aid their economic development.
Gates Cambridge Scholar Yuntong Ma is selected as a FASPE Medical Fellow.
Caroline James plans to research how to bring marginalised voices to the heart of the education system.
Anna Kendrick organised an event in Shanghai on transnational education.

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