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Cambridge Public Policy SRI

 
  • 17Oct

    We are delighted to launch the new programme which is designed to provide skill development and support to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers within an interdisciplinary and collaborative research environment. By participating in these workshops, and the associated informal networking events, we provide participants opportunities to meet conservation-related researchers from other disciplines, creating the potential for closer collaboration in research.

  • 11Oct

    The Public Health@Cambridge Network and the Cambridge Reproduction SRI are joining forces to host a speed networking event for postdocs and graduate students. Join us for an informal, fast and fun evening and meet other researchers with a research interest in reproduction and/or public health. The event will include a few 5-minute ‘flash’ talks; if you’d like the opportunity to present your current research or research proposal please
    do submit an abstract when you register. Researchers from all disciplines are welcome!

  • 01Oct

    The Cambridge Global Challenges SRI will be supporting University of Cambridge bids to the

  • 19Sep

    We are increasingly dependent on digital and internet technologies which
    pervade society and questions of power, trust, and distrust of
    technology are more important than ever.

  • 13Sep

    THE 7TH CAMBRIDGE NEUROSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM ‘ARTIFICIAL AND BIOLOGICAL COGNITION’ IS AN INTERNATIONAL MEETING, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE ON SEPTEMBER 12-13TH 2019 AT THE WEST ROAD CONCERT HALL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.

  • 12Sep

    #ABC2019 comprises seven sessions including 'Reinforcement Learning', 'Navigation', 'Robotics', 'Communication', 'Vision' 'Mental Health' and 'Neuroethics of AI'.

  • 09Sep

    Professor Mihoko Sumida, from the School of Law, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, will give a presentation on 'Robo-Advisers and the Legal Duties of their Providers'.

  • 06Sep

    Antimicrobial resistance continues to expand, raising the risk of a future public health crisis. This symposium, organized by the Cambridge Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences and the Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL) at the University of Copenhagen, explores the complex interactions between law and antimicrobial research and development in order to advance our understanding of this ecosystem. It is hoped that the event will mobilise legal, economic, business, medical and scientific experts - early, mid, and senior career - who recognise the need to work together to both promote antimicrobial innovation and limit the impact of antimicrobial resistance on global health.

  • 18Jul

    Learn how to create good public engagement activities for effective research impact.

  • 26Jun

    THE ROYAL SOCIETY, LONDON – 26 JUNE 2019 (09:30-18:00 FOLLOWED BY DRINKS RECEPTION)

    You are warmly invited to the Centre for Science and Policy's 2019 Annual Conference on Wednesday 26 June in London.