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SciSoc – Cambridge University Scientific Society

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The largest and most far-reaching science society in Cambridge, SciSoc, organises talks by eminent scientists, to stimulate both graduates and undergraduates of all scientific shades. Our talks are open to everyone (subject to a small entrance fee) and free for members. We are a great place to engage in lively discussions, learn about the latest cutting-edge issues in science, and to socialise with the friendly scientific community of Cambridge.

For more info, visit www.scisoc.com

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5 upcoming talks and 136 talks in the archive.

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UserSir John Walker, MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit.

HouseDepartment of Pharmacology Lecture Theatre, Tennis Court Road.

ClockTuesday 04 November 2014, 20:00-21:15

The Scientific Challenges for Fusion Power

UserProf Steve Cowley, Imperial College London.

HouseDepartment of Pharmacology Lecture Theatre, Tennis Court Road.

ClockMonday 10 November 2014, 19:00-20:15

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UserDame Carol Black, University of Cambridge.

HouseDepartment of Pharmacology Lecture Theatre, Tennis Court Road.

ClockTuesday 18 November 2014, 20:00-21:15

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UserLord Robert Winston.

HouseDepartment of Pharmacology Lecture Theatre, Tennis Court Road.

ClockTuesday 25 November 2014, 20:00-21:15

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UserProf Austin Smith, Cambridge Stem Cell Institute.

HouseDepartment of Pharmacology Lecture Theatre, Tennis Court Road.

ClockTuesday 02 December 2014, 20:00-21:15

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