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Fri 17 Mar 2017
Keeping the peace
A new book co-edited by Annalise Higgins looks at the legacies of the Hague Peace Conferences.
Mon 13 Mar 2017
Yung In Chae's research links the ancient and modern worlds through themes such as feminism.
Fri 10 Mar 2017
How climate change affects archaeological research
A conference on archaeology and climate change will feature papers by two Gates Cambridge Scholars.
Wed 08 Mar 2017
Antimicrobial resistance: a cause for collaboration
Professor Dame Sally Davies gave this year's Gates Cambridge Annual Lecture on antimicrobial resistance.
Wed 08 Mar 2017
Stigma of crime affects later generations
New study shows links between stigma attached to crime and intergenerational crime.
Mon 06 Mar 2017
Exploring the stories of migrant medical workers
Megha Amrith publishes first ethnography book on migrant medical workers in today's Southeast Asia.
Wed 01 Mar 2017
The politics of justice
Georgiana Epure took part in a recent podcast on the future of the International Criminal Court.
Mon 27 Feb 2017
Religion vs rights
Sagnik Dutta's research focuses on the relationship between Muslim rights and the Indian constitution.
Thu 23 Feb 2017
Scholar plans hike for conservation charity
Dakota Spear is heading off on a 2,600-mile walk to raise money for the National Resources Defense Council.
Mon 20 Feb 2017
Putting genetic variation in context
Srilakshmi Raj talks about her research into genetic variation in different population groups.
Wed 08 Feb 2017
New US Gates Cambridge Scholars announced
36 selected for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Fri 03 Feb 2017
From text to textiles
Paula Rosine Long on creating social impact in the world of fashion.