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Strategic Research Initiatives/Networks and Interdisciplnary Research Centres

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Other University Sources for Training and Learning

 

Forthcoming events being offered by the SRIs relevant to Social Science Researchers:

University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

Publishing for an Academic Audience, Dr Aiora Zabala
Friday 30th November, room 2.49, 12pm to 2pm, lunch provided

Neuroscience

Cambridge Neuroscience is delighted to announce the 31st Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar, 'Signalling, Sensation & Sentience' hosted by the Department of Pharmacology on Thursday 14th March 2019, at Robinson College. Dr Ewan St John Smithis the chair of the Scientific Programme committee.

Strategic Research Initiatives and Networks and Interdisciplinary Research Centres aim to create a shared cross-School vision and development plan for building research capacity and partnerships.  As a postgraduate student, you are able to join any one of these networks. Many of them provide innovative and creative training sessions that are not provided by departments or other central university networks. Take a look below to see if there is an initiative or centre you would like to link into.

Strategic Research Initiatives (SRI)

Big Data

Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences

Cardiovascular Disease

Global Challenges 

Public Policy

Synthetic Biology

Trustworthy Technologies

 

Strategic Research Networks (SRN)

Digital Humanities

Immunology

Metabolism

Public Health

Sensors

 

Interdisciplinary Research Centres (IRC)

Cancer

Conservation

Energy

Global Food Security

Infectious Diseases

Language Sciences

Neuroscience

Stem Cells