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The University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute (UCCRI) will be offering a regular programme of activities for Early Career Researchers

last modified Oct 05, 2016 01:47 PM

From October 2016, the University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute (UCCRI) will be offering a regular programme of activities for Early Career Researchers (Postdocs and PhD Students) working in conservation across the University of Cambridge. The programme is designed to encourage collaboration across a wide range of disciplines through shared skills workshops, seminars, talks and other activities. Click here for programme booklet

We do require pre-registration (the programme and links are in the attached pdf) but all events are open to any Early Career Researcher within the University whose research is conservation-related or who would like to meet other researchers working in conservation.

All events will take place on Thursday mornings throughout the academic year in the David Attenborough Building, in the Garfield Weston Room (room 2.49). There will also be some opportunities for informal networking after the sessions over lunch. We are only taking registrations at present for Michaelmas 2016 but would really like to highlight our Lent and Easter Term activities in advance.

 

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