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Conservation Research Institute

  • 23Jan

    The Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy, and Natural Resource Governance (C EENRG) is hosting a seminar series throughout the 2019 20 academic year Seminars take place every other Thursday, 3 4 pm at the room 2 49 of the David Attenborough Building.

    Freshwater biodiversity - out of sight, out of mind.

  • 17Jan

    A very useful online tool that allows conservation professionals to look at how biodiversity projects can contribute to the Sustainable Development Goal targets. Developed with the help of BirdLife, this tool helps you find out which United Nations sustainable development targets your project might fulfil.

  • 10Jan

    Twitter is a source of abundant and free data that can be obtained for analysis. In this session, I will explain the methods that I used to collect data from Twitter, as well as the R codes used to clean and analyse the tweets. This will also include a brief introduction to sentiment analysis of text data.

  • 17Dec

    The Conservation Research Institute warmly welcomes you to the Christmas Quiz & Drinks 2019 

    • Tuesday 17th December
    • 16:00pm - 19:00pm
    • Large Seminar Room, David Attenborough Building 

    Delicious Christmas canapes, pizza and drinks will be served from 16:00pm onwards.

  • 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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