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Conservation Research Institute

 
  • 21Nov

    The EngBio Postdocs group meets once per month to help support postdocs at the university interested in interdisciplinary working across the areas of biology, engineering, computer science, design and bioethics.

  • 11Nov

    Writing With Impact

  • 03Nov

    The Engineering Biology Forums are a series of talks exploring key tools for the future of engineering biology and biotechnology. Hosted by the Engineering Biology Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge, the forums will take place Thursdays, 5pm-9pm at the Old Divinity School, St Johns College, Cambridge.

  • 02Nov

    Wed 2nd Nov at 4 pm in the Main Seminar Room

    Dr Freya St John from Bangor University - 'Understanding compliance for fair conservation.':

  • 17Oct

    The EngBio Postdocs group meets once per month to help support postdocs at the university interested in interdisciplinary working across the areas of biology, engineering, computer science, design and bioethics.

  • 13Oct

    The DAAD-University of Cambridge Research Hub for German Studies is proud to present the third in an annual series of lectures in conjunction with the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) presenting the work of their Leibniz Prize winners.

  • 12Oct

    On Wed 12 October, from 12:00 to 13:00, the China Forum at Jesus College is hosting a virtual seminar entitled 'China biodiversity and conservation: status, challenges and opportunities' that will no doubt be of interest to a number of UCCRI members. Please find the details below:

  • 05Oct

    The CCI Conservation Seminars begin on 5th October 2022 and will happen every fortnight during term. Our first speaker, Dr Bernardo Strassburg, will talk about his venture re.green. Join us in the Main Seminar Room at 4 pm. Drinks will follow afterwards.

  • 05Oct

    Dr Bernardo Strassburg, International Institute for Sustainability, Brazil

    Re.green: from science to large-scale restoration implementation – and back again

  • 29Sep

    When Charles Darwin encountered live platypuses and other Australian mammals, he claimed that – compared to the rest of the world’s animals – they were so strange that one might think “two distinct Creators must have been at work”.