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Science Policy Workshop - How academic research can support Government

The University of Cambridge Conservation Research Initiative's Early Career Researcher Programme will start again with a workshop and talk on science and policy.
When Jan 26, 2018
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Large Seminar Room, David Attenborough Building, Cambridge
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The workshop will be run by members of the Parliamentary Office for Sciences and Technology (POST), and will be followed by a talk from Ivan Collister, CSaP Policy Fellow and former senior civil servant.

The focus will be on how academic research can support Government, and there will be a chance to speak with Ivan and members of POST over lunch.

The Early Career Researcher Programme at UCCRI is open to all PhD students and postdocs whose research is related to conservation and environmental issues, or have an interest in this field and would like to meet researchers working in this area.

This event is free to attend but please sign up here.

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