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Global Food Security Early Career Networking

Take part in the Cambridge Global Food Security IRC’s interdisciplinary networking event and meet like-minded individuals in a fun and fast-paced format.
When Apr 05, 2018
from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM
Where McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Downing Site, Cambridge CB2 3ER
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Are you a Cambridge PhD student or postdoc interested in global food systems?

Do you want to meet others with similar interests across the University, and get some new ideas and new perspectives on your research?

Take part in the Cambridge Global Food Security IRC’s interdisciplinary networking event and meet like-minded individuals in a fun and fast-paced format. Participants will have two minutes each to pitch their research to the group, followed by informal networking over pizza and drinks.

Free pizza and drinks provided.

PhD students and postdocs from any University of Cambridge department are welcome, but numbers are limited so register early to secure your place!

Register here.

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