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Workshop to prepare for future bids to EIT Food

When Jan 30, 2019
from 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM
Where CENTRAL LOCATION TBC
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PLEASE RESPOND BY 22 JAN IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN US.

Professor Howard Griffiths and Jacqueline Garget coordinator@globalfood.cam.ac.uk would like to invite you to participate in a short workshop to prepare for future bids.

Cambridge leads who have successfully applied for EIT Food funding in previous rounds will be giving five minute presentations on their projects – highlighting the range of activities that can be funded under this programme. This will be followed by a Q&A session on how to submit a successful bid. Any member of the University can apply for funding from EIT Food (see more details about the call for proposals below).

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