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  • 16Jul

    Open to all researchers interested in new therapeutics in the Cambridge area. The purpose of the CamNTF is to promote interactions between scientists from academia & industry in order to improve opportunities for biotechnology research and development. Meeting attendance is free but all attendees must register in advance.

  • 17Jul

    Introduction to Patient and Public Involvement for Researchers.

    The event is suitable for all, but will particularly suit people who are new to PPI and need to understand what it is and for those who are setting up their first PPI project.

  • 18Jul

    Including Filipa Simeos - Decoding immune-related spatial heterogeneity in the regenerating heart. Fees apply.

  • 22Jul

    Michael Coleman discusses dealing with the ups and downs of research life, with many insights to boost wellbeing and remain calm and rational to do our best science. Topics will include building resilience, the hidden power of humility, understanding and managing overwhelm, procrastination, multiple routes to 'success' and how to handle being 's

  • 29Jul

    Michael Coleman discusses dealing with the ups and downs of research life, with many insights to boost wellbeing and remain calm and rational to do our best science. Topics will include building resilience, the hidden power of humility, understanding and managing overwhelm, procrastination, multiple routes to 'success' and how to handle being 's

  • 05Aug

    Michael Coleman discusses dealing with the ups and downs of research life, with many insights to boost wellbeing and remain calm and rational to do our best science. Topics will include building resilience, the hidden power of humility, understanding and managing overwhelm, procrastination, multiple routes to 'success' and how to handle being 's

  • 12Aug

    Michael Coleman discusses dealing with the ups and downs of research life, with many insights to boost wellbeing and remain calm and rational to do our best science. Topics will include building resilience, the hidden power of humility, understanding and managing overwhelm, procrastination, multiple routes to 'success' and how to handle being 's

  • 16Aug

    Free evening of music, laughter and fun on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

  • 19Aug

    Michael Coleman discusses dealing with the ups and downs of research life, with many insights to boost wellbeing and remain calm and rational to do our best science. Topics will include building resilience, the hidden power of humility, understanding and managing overwhelm, procrastination, multiple routes to 'success' and how to handle being 's

  • 19Aug

    Ways to involve the public in research (for researchers)

    This online session for researchers looks at the different techniques that can be used for Patient and Public Involvement (PPI ) to help you find options that are suitable for your PPI contributors and your research project.

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