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CAMBRIDGE METABOLIC NETWORK SUMMER BBQ

Researchers at the earlier stages of their career who have an interest in metabolism/ metabolic science are invited to join members of the Cambridge Metabolic Network for a summer barbeque aboard the Riverboat Georgina.
When Jul 06, 2018
from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Riverboat Georgina
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The 2 hour round-trip will be a great chance to get to know other Cambridge-based researchers in a relaxed setting and to make connections that could prove fruitful for your career.

Research staff and students from any organisation in or around Cambridge and with any disciplinary background are welcome. And if you find yourself part-way into a great conversation when we return to Jesus Lock, why not continue afterwards in one of the many pubs nearby. This event is heavily subsidised. Food (incl vegetarian options) and first drink will be provided.

More info and booking link:

http://www.metabolism.cam.ac.uk/event/summer-bbq-for-early-career-researchers/

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