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Crossing the Barriers lecture series - 'Evolution'

When Feb 10, 2015
from 07:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Where Leckhampton, Corpus Christi
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The Crossing the Barriers lecture series aims to promote University of Cambridge postdoc research visibility by offering an environment to exchange ideas, concepts and views across different fields of research, as well as offer postdocs an experience of college life and an opportunity to meet and network.

Call for speakers:

Following the lecture by Robert Foley, we are happy to announce the second part of this set of lectures which will focus on the multidisciplinary theme of "Evolution", however, this time we are looking for presentations from two postdocs who would like to talk about their work.  The presentations should be 25 mins and will be followed by questions.

If you are interested  please send a short abstract/summary of your work to Natalia at nb390 at cam.ac.uk and we will notify selected presenters by 22nd January.  

Registration and payment:

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.

The talks are open to all.  Tickets cost £10.25 for a two course meal followed by the talks.  Wine and other drinks are available to purchase on the evening. 

Menu:

Main course: Beef steak with stuffed mushrooms and gravy

Vegetarian main course (prebooked): Sun dried tomato risotto with chive crème fraiche and parmesan

Roast potatoes & Buttered peas

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Dessert: Victoria sponge with strawberry and thyme compote

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This event is now FULLY BOOKED.  If you would like to be added to the waiting list please complete the form below.  A member of the PdOC committee will contact you if a place becomes available. 

 

 

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