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Have you ever wondered what Microsoft Research Cambridge do and what it’s like to work there?

last modified Apr 21, 2016 08:58 AM

Head along to: Engineering the Future, An open evening for women in engineering

26 April 2016
17:00 - 19:00

Microsoft Research
21 Station Road
Cambridge
CB1 2FB

Have you ever wondered what we do at Microsoft Research Cambridge and what it’s like to work here?

If so, then we would like invite you to our open evening to meet the researchers and engineers who work here, and find out about the varied, exciting and innovative work that we do through discussions and interactive demos.

If you are a hardware or software engineer thinking about your next career move, there will also be a chance to learn more about the engineering opportunities we currently have available. All this over a few friendly drinks in the surrounds of our world-class lab.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be a sociable evening, we very much look forward to seeing you there.

Book your place here.

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