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Cam NeuroSciComm 2022


June 20th 2022


Cynthia Beerbower Room, Newnham College



Cambridge Neuroscience will deliver an in-person one-day science communication course for its members. Cam NeuroSciComm 2022 is a day long course, which will take the form of a 'how to' guide and will be fun, informative, interactive and will equip you with the skills needed to effectively talk about your science in a variety of ways. 

You will learn tips on how to speak to the public, make a poster, tell a story, write a blog or press release, start an academic twitter account, use of body language and much, much more. 

This course is open to all members of Cambridge Neuroscience and is free to attend (a charge will be made for 'no-shows' and those who cancel after Thursday 16th June.

The course will be delivered by a panel of science communication experts, the details of which you can find below. The day will allow for plenty of time for networking and will end with a reception in the Iris Café. Download our panel profiles here

We are very much looking forward to this course, a first for Cambridge Neuroscience. 

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Programme at a Glance

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Cam NeuroSciComm 2022 will take place in the Cynthia Beerbower at Newnham College. The room is located in the new Dorothy Garrod Building on the ground floor, close to the gardens and the Iris Café.

The evening reception will take place in the Iris Café. 

Directions to Newnham College can be found here.

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Cam Neuro SciComm 2022 is supported by the Isaac Newton Trust and run in conjunction with CamBRAIN.

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Please contact Dr Dervila Glynn if you have any queries.

We want to make Cam Neuro SciComm 2022 a safe and welcoming event to attend so please read the following Covid precautions.

1. There will be a limited number of delegates in attendance. 

2. We encourage our delegates to use lateral flow testing in advance of attending Cam NeuroSciComm 2022 - many people are asymptomatic or will experience milder symptoms following vaccination.

3. If you have any potential Covid symptoms, please do not attend Cam NeuroSciComm 2022 and arrange to take a Covid PCR test as soon as possible.

4. Take the opportunity to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

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