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Research and innovation for global equality

5:30pm-6:30pm on Thursday 1 April

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).

Scientific innovation is transforming the response to pressing development challenges faced by the poorest half of the world’s population. Cambridge and in-country researchers and change actors are joining forces to advance international development through research. In this series of talks, we will discover some fascinating scientific collaborations that are empowering countries to strengthen their research and innovation ecosystems, achieve food security and improve their healthcare and education.

Chair: Professor Pauline Rose (Faculty of Education & Co-Director of Cambridge Global Challenges)

Speakers:

Professor Lisa Hall (Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology): Affordable Diagnostics for Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)

Dr. Carol Ibe ((Department of Plant Sciences): ‘Reach & Teach Science in Africa’: a capacity building project to strengthen research and innovation in sub-Saharan Africa.

Warren Arinaitwe (Department of Plant Sciences): Food security in Africa 

Booking/Registration is: REQUIRED

Additional Information

Age: All Ages
Timing: Live Stream
Cost: free
Theme: Explore

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