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University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute

 
  • 03Dec

    The Cambridge Masters in Conservation Leadership is a ground-breaking course that equips students with the applied leadership and management skills needed to create positive change in conservation.

  • 22Nov

    Cambridge Infectious Diseases are putting together a wide-ranging programme, highlighting areas where working closer together can make an impact in human and animal health.

  • 15Nov

    Jointly hosted by UCCRI and Public Health. Sir David King will deliver the keynote speech on the topic of Planetary Health “Safeguarding both human health and the natural systems that underpin it”. 

  • 14Nov

    The Conversation is an independent source of news and views, sourced from the academic and research community and delivered direct to the public. Professional editors work with academics and researchers to unlock their knowledge for use by the wider public.

  • 07Nov

    This workshop will explore the social life of plastic and seeks contributions from a range of disciplines including but not limited to anthropology, sociology, area studies, STS, history, economics, linguistics and geography.

  • 01Nov

    Professor Vira will provide an overview for those of you thinking about writing grant applications or wanting to prepare yourself for when the time comes.

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  • 22Oct
    From the award-winning teams, Planet Earth III is a hugely ambitious new 8-part wildlife series due for broadcast in 2022.
     
  • 17Oct

    All are welcome to meet senior academics and fellow ECR's from within UCCRI's conservation network. There will be key presentations from key academics followed by an overview of the research within UCCRI, followed by lunch.

  • 11Oct

    Present your work, maybe find a research partner and develop a joint proposal idea for a £5,000 project grant!

  • 10Oct

    Costs and benefits of protecting 30% of the planet: a post-2020 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) policy study.

    Speaker: Dr Anthony Waldron, Cambridge Conservation Initiative Visiting Researcher