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Bioscience 'Showcase' Event

When Sep 27, 2016
from 06:00 PM to 08:30 PM
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Chaired by Derek Jones, CEO of the Babraham Research Campus the evening, at the Hauser Forum Cafe, will comprise a series of short talks from a dozen or so bioscience companies who will say how their science/technology might ‘change the world’ one day. Companies confirmed so far are:

 

-          Axol Bioscience

-          Congenica

-          GlobalGeneCorp

-          F-Star

-          Cambridge Epigenetix

and there will be more companies joining the list.

The event page is http://www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk/events/bioscience-showcase/ - all welcome! It’s 6pm for 6.30pm – talks last about an hour followed by networking.  

The event is free for University of Cambridge postdocs. However, you have to link yourselves to the University when booking. If this causes any problems, please email: louise.rushworth@cambridgenetwork.co.uk

 

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