Professional Development Policy Workshop for early-career researchers - Registration Open!
Cambridge Neuroscience and the CSaP are jointly organising a policy workshop for early career researchers at Cambridge. The workshop will take place on 2 December in Downing College.
CamBrain: NeuroTalks taking place at Baroosh - November 3rd @6.30pm
Young neuroscientists at various stages of their career will give short, TED-like talks to enlighten you about the breadth of research conducted at Cambridge and to get feedback from the audience.
BNA Christmas Symposium 2014: What drugs could Santa take?
The BNA will honour Professor Trevor Robbins at their Christmas symposium this year in recognition of him winning the prestigious Brain Prize.
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