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Speed networking for early career researchers

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!
When Oct 11, 2019
from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
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During the event, we will also be launching Conceptions, a new funding opportunity for early career researchers. Come along, find a research partner, and you could be in with a chance to run your own creative interdisciplinary project around the theme of reproduction with up to £5,000 of funding! Find out more at

To book a place, simply register on Eventbrite:

For more information, contact Christina Rozeik () or

Helen Watts ().

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