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Laureates & Leaders Senior Celebration

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Camilo Ruiz Named 2016 Gates Cambridge Scholar

Camilo Ruiz, an MIT senior majoring in biological engineering, is one of 35 American students to be awarded this year's competitive Gates Cambridge Scholarship. Ruiz will pursue an MPhil in Advanced Computer Science at Cambridge University in England. He ultimately plans to return to the United States for further graduate studies in biological engineering, with the goal of creating new and affordable treatments for disease.

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