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Tue 30 Jan 2018
The science of bread
Shrivalli Bhat on creating a new scientific method for making healthy home-made bread.
Mon 29 Jan 2018
From the poetry of the everyday to life as a refugee in Calais
Four Gates Cambridge Scholars tell their stories at an event on Wednesday.
Tue 23 Jan 2018
Cultivating a special community
Rebecca Saunderson on her research, her work in dermatology and her commitment to the Gates Cambridge community.
Fri 19 Jan 2018
Scholar to launch memoir at Cambridge event
Tara Westover's much awaited memoir, Educated, will be launched on 28th February.
Wed 17 Jan 2018
Plugging the gaps in global health data
Georgina Murphy on her research and her new role as a Gates Foundation Fellow in Global Health.
Fri 12 Jan 2018
Astronomy prize recognises work on most luminous galaxies
Caitlin Casey wins outstanding early year prize from the American Astronomical Society.
Thu 11 Jan 2018
Modern climate change and the practice of Archaeology
Margaret Comer co-edits climate change edition of Archaeology journal.
Thu 11 Jan 2018
Can gender equality change the face of poverty?
Director of Gender Equality at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to deliver Gates Cambridge Annual Lecture
Fri 05 Jan 2018
What works in mental healthcare in Indonesia
Sabrina Anjara on researching how to provide adequate mental healthcare in Indonesia.
Wed 03 Jan 2018
Addressing food security in Africa
The JR Biotek Foundation opens applications for its second annual international workshop and symposium.
Wed 20 Dec 2017
Understanding the drivers of political and gender-based violence
Aditi Malik on her comparative research about what gives rise to different forms of political conflict and violence.
Fri 15 Dec 2017
Sustainability hacking for a better healthcare system
Paulo Savaget and his supervisor have won a $20,000 award to create a roadmap for sustainability hacking.