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Julien Domercq talks about his experience curating a Degas exhibition at the National Gallery and his research into changing depictions of the Pacific.
Three Gates Cambridge Scholars and two alumnae took part in a Pitch Your Passion event last week.
Robert Henderson speaks about what led him to do a PhD in moral development and pro-social behaviour.
Jerelle Joseph and Arif Naveed win the Bill Gates Sr. Award for 2018.
Twenty-five scholars are presenting their research at this year's Day of Research.
Ramit Debnath's PhD will focus on sustainable development of urban slums.
Rafael Dernbach's PhD studies future scenarios in documentaries and art films.
Tara Cookson's new book explores the unforeseen consequences of conditional cash transfer programmes.
Harum Mukhayer is the primary coordinator of a conference on international law, sustainable development and natural resources governance.
Rebecca Charbonneau talks about her research into the history of the Space Race and scientific collaboration during the Cold War.
Todd Tucker's new book, Judge Knot, is an accessible exploration of the complex issue of investor-state dispute settlement.
Srilakshmi Raj is named a regional finalist in the British Council's Study UK Alumni Awards.

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