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The 2020 ELRIG Research & Innovation conference will discuss how the most promising new biology is being identified and explore emerging technologies and innovations to enable this science to be translated into successful therapeutics.Find out more »
During this one-day symposium, leading Cambridge academics and business leaders will discuss the use of advanced data science methodologies in real-world applied applications. Keynote speakers include Professor Neil Lawrence (DeepMind Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge) and Dr Orlando Machado (Chief Data Scientist of Aviva Quantum). Talks and discussions will come from across the academic Schools and a variety of industry sectors, delivered at an accessible scientific level; delegates are welcomed from all backgrounds.Find out more »
A new monthly seminar series starting in 2020. Talks from academics and industry scientists, highlighting advances in disease understanding and therapeutic approaches. This week's speakers are Jason Carroll (CRUK Cambridge Institute) & Chris Torrance (Phoremost).Find out more »
A meeting to celebrate the arrival of Abcam headquarters onto the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Speakers will focus on the biology, the disease connections and the drug discovery efforts behind the field of epigenetics.Find out more »
The next Milner Therapeutics Symposium will be held on Friday June 12th 2020and we are particularly excited to announce that plenary speakers will include Richard Gilbertson and Sarah Bohndiek (Cambridge Cancer Centre), Giovanna Mallucci (UK Dementia Research Institute), Madeline Lancaster (MRC LMB) and Jonathan Weissman (UCSF). Registration will open later in the year and we hope to see you there!Find out more »
CRUK Children’s Brain Tumour Centre of Excellence first International summer school, focusing on Preclinical Studies. The summer school is for students, postdocs and junior group leaders who are interested in designing and performing accurate preclinical studies with the aim to take new treatments for paediatric brain tumours into the clinic. Talks from experts in the field of brain tumours; academic and industry researchers, neuropathologists, radiologists, medicinal chemists and clinicians.Find out more »