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Science Magazine/Cancer Research UK Careers Day

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Careers Day Friday 21 May 2010 8.30-17.00

Lecture Theatre, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute, Robinson Way, Cambridge CB2 0RE http://tinyurl.com/crukcrimap

Curious about what other options there are for scientists? Want to find out how to make the most of your scientific career? Or do you want to move away from the bench and aren’t sure what could come next?

Find out more about:
-Careers in Industry
-Careers away from the bench
-Bioentrepreneurship and technology transfer
-Making the most of your postdoc and mentoring
-Networking and making contacts

Each session will involve an interactive discussion panel with speakers who have followed different careers paths.

For free registration, visit: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MXFTX3C

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