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Cambridge DOCking Station workshop

Interdisciplinary research workshop for postgrads and postdocs
When Mar 11, 2015
from 02:00 PM to 05:30 PM
Where Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies
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After the success of the two interdisciplinary research workshops in 2014, Cambridge DOCking Station is hosting another one this year. Come and join us for coffee and cake alongside networking and skills-building activities. Our workshop is aimed at early career researchers who are interested in collaborating with those in different fields.

For part of the workshop, you will get the opportunity to join in activities to prepare you for interdisciplinary research, mentored by leading Cambridge researchers. You will also have time to network with the other attendees. This is an excellent opportunity for early career researchers interested in collaborating with those in other fields to learn more about the nature of interdisciplinary research, to meet like-minded students from other departments and to get some practical experience to prepare them for future interdisciplinary work. Refreshments will be provided. This event is free for early career researchers (postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers) with priority given to those working in the language sciences, and to students at the ESRC Doctoral Training Centre.

Previous participants have described it as one of the best training events they have attended and a thoroughly enjoyable learning experience. As before, if oversubscribed, we will take those who register earliest. Registration is required as there is a limit of 25 attendees for this workshop. Please register at

Registration will close on Wednesday the 4th of March. Register early to avoid disappointment!

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