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Mon 12 Sep 2016
In search of a curative therapy for a viral epidemic
Victor Roy's research aims to spotlight the barriers to affordable medicine.
Thu 08 Sep 2016
The role of poetry in war
Ukrainian poet Iryna Shuvalova will research how poetry helps people to cope in war.
Wed 07 Sep 2016
How digital can catalyse good governance in healthcare
New study shows mobile phone technology can improve healthcare governance.
Fri 02 Sep 2016
Xiaohan Pan on setting up a company to teach enterprise and female leadership.
Tue 30 Aug 2016
A foot in two worlds
Camilo Ruiz on his work on award-winning medical projects and what inspires his research.
Thu 25 Aug 2016
Gates Cambridge's first siblings
Twins Talia da Silva and Tercia Jansen van Vuuren are Gates Cambridge's first sibling scholars.
Wed 24 Aug 2016
From Gates Cambridge to the Roosevelt Institute
Todd Tucker heads up the Institute's new programme on trade and global governance.
Wed 24 Aug 2016
Architecture: the frame for human life
Scholar-Elect Sofia Singler on researching Finnish architecture and inspiring children.
Wed 17 Aug 2016
Breakthrough for artificial pancreas
First-ever study shows pregnant women with Type 1 diabetes can use artificial pancreas safely at home.
Mon 08 Aug 2016
Are computer algorithms sexist?
James Yang Zou co-authors paper which attempts to counter inherent sexism in computer algorithms.
Mon 01 Aug 2016
Female circumcision through an African lens
Scholar-Elect Mamasa Camara on what drew her to study female circumcision in its historical, political and social context.
Mon 25 Jul 2016
A school called Hope
Siza Mtimbiri is looking for people to help with a new school and medical centre he has set up in Zimbabwe.