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Cavendish Research Day 2018

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The Cavendish Research Staff Committee present the 2018 Research Day on the topic of Research Strategy. Check regularly for updates on the programme and the day…

The event is pitched to be of wide interest; public to professor so come along and get involved!

The capacity of the venue is limited but the whole event will be streamed (watch this page for updates and links closer to the date).

During the day there will be an introduction to the Strategic Research Themes at the Department of Physics, presentations from a range of staff on their fascinating research, key note talks on topics of international collaboration and a panel discussion and opportunity for questions with politicians, academics and business innovation leaders on the topic of local, national and international research strategy. There will be refreshments and networking opportunities throughout the day, kindly sponsored by the Cavendish Laboratory.

At the end of the formal programme there will be a “Happy Hour” event with the opportunity for a relaxed chat with speakers/colleagues, There will be (at least) a free slice of pizza each, with beer and soft drinks available starting at 50p.

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Panel discussion: The Future of Science Policy and Research Funding

The researchday event will be streamed on YouTube from 9am

UserDaniel Zeichner MP, Heidi Allen MP, Dr Julian Huppert, Prof Chris Abell (PVC for research), Hermann Hauser, Dr Brian Bowsher (STFC), Prof Tom Rodden (EPSRC), Chair: Bridget Kendall MBE.

HouseCavendish Laboratory, Pippard Lecture Theatre.

ClockFriday 12 January 2018, 13:30-15:00

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