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The future of science policy and research funding

A panel discuss on the future of science and policy research funding is being held as part of Research Day 2018.
When Jan 12, 2018
from 01:30 AM to 03:00 AM
Where Pippard Lecture Theatre, Cavendish Laboratory
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 panel discuss on the future of science and policy research funding is being held as part of Research Day 2018. Chaired by Bridget Kendall MBE, Master of Peterhouse Cambridge, the panel discussion includes;

  • Daniel Zeichner, Labour MP for Cambridge
  • Heidi Allen, Conservative MP for South Cambridgeshire
  • Dr Julian Huppert, Director of the Intellectual Forum, Jesus College, and former Liberal Democrat MP for Cambridge
  • Prof Chris Abell, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, University of Cambridge
  • Hermann Hauser, entrepreneur, Co-founder of Amadeus Capital Partners Limited
  • Dr Brian Bowsher, Chief Executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council
For more information, including how to register, please click here.

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