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A young person's guide to the life sciences

2:00pm-2:30pm 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).

Join award winning PhD student, Annie Howitt, as she explains how she got into science, the difference she and other colleagues are making and why more young people should get into research. This will be followed by a panel discussion between Annie and five of her PhD friends answering pre-recorded questions from secondary school pupils and live questions from the audience via twitter using the hashtag #CBCPhD. If you are interested in life sciences or have a son or daughter who wants to learn more about a career in research – then this is the best event to find out more.

To watch the event live or later, please visit the Cambridge Biomedical Campus YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChw1f1iiMbEma7iA4PFVb9w) – those involved in the films will also be tweeting live using the hashtag #CBCPhD and responding live to your You Tube comments.

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Watch live or afterwards on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChw1f1iiMbEma7iA4PFVb9w

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Additional Information

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

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