Tue 25 Jan
CATS Therapeutic and Medtech Translational Showcasing Event
Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences would like to invite you to the CATS Therapeutic and Medtech Translational Showcasing Event. The event will feature various forms of support available for academics from the University of Cambridge who are interested in translating their research into the development of new or repurposed therapeutics, medical devices or diagnostics. It will also introduce the Translational Champion network to the wider academic community, and to launch a new Departmental Translational Awards scheme. For more information and to register, please click here.
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Tue 25 Jan
Soft Robotics Webinar - SynBio Forum Practical Technologies
The SynBio IRC are pleased to announce a new series on online workshops focussing on practical technologies for use in biological research.
The next event will be held on Tuesday 25th January at 3pm, featuring Dr Ryman Hashem and Dr Thomas George Thuruthel discussing the concepts and applications of soft robotics.
Joining Details: https://zoom.us/j/94698760785?pwd=R2RNYlZMUVVkYmhyMlVCczNQakdEQT09
For more information please contact the SynBio IRC coordinator, Steph Norwood, at email@example.com
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Wed 26 Jan
Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum (CamNTF) January Meeting
Host: Office for Translational Research / Maxwell Centre, University of Cambridge
Venue: Online- Zoom details will follow closer to the time.
The January meeting of the Cambridge New Therapeutics Forum (CamNTF) is now open for registration. This meeting will be jointly hosted by the Office for Translational Research and the Maxwell Centre at the University of Cambridge and will be brought to you virtually. We are delighted to be joined by three speakers who will discuss their recent therapeutic research advances. We will be hearing from Prof Oren Scherman (Director of the Melville Laboratory, University of Cambridge); Prof Alexei Lapkin (Director of the Innovation Centre in Digital Molecular Technologies, University of Cambridge) and Mr Simon Tilley (Product Management Lead for Health & Life Sciences at SAS), as they give insights into their latest developments.
Following the presentations there will be a further discussion and Q&A session with the panel. The link to the meeting platform will be circulated prior to the event. Postdoctoral researchers are especially encouraged to join what is sure to be another very interesting evening of talks. For more information and to register, please click here.
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