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Life Sciences – a day in our lives (in just two minutes) - Cambridge Biomedical Campus on Virtual Tour

2:00pm-2:30pm on Monday 29 March

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 27th March. For events on or after 28th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

In a number of two to three minute films, PhD students from across Cambridge will talk you through their average day - if there is such a thing - for people working at the cutting edge of life sciences. You will get a brief insight into the challenges they face, reflections on their work and why they got into research, direct from those who are set to drive forward healthcare in the years to come. The students will also be live-tweeting and responding to your comments on YouTube throughout the broadcast, so send in any questions via the hashtag #CBCPhD.

To watch the event live or later, then please visit the Cambridge Biomedical Campus YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChw1f1iiMbEma7iA4PFVb9w)

If you subscribe to our YouTube Channel and set it to receive notifications, you will be alerted when we are ‘going live’.

Please also join us for our follow-on event: A Young Person’s Guide to the Life Sciences on Thursday, 1st April 2021 from 2pm until 2.30pm.  See you there!

 

Booking/Registration is: UNAVAILABLE

Watch live or afterwards on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChw1f1iiMbEma7iA4PFVb9w. If you subscribe to our YouTube Channel you will receive a notification when we are 'going live'.

Additional Information

Age: Adults, Young Adults 12 – 18
Timing: Live Stream, Available on Demand
Cost: Free - online
Theme: Health

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