Past Professional Development Policy Workshops

  • 3 June 2013, 11am

    Professional Development Policy Workshop for Nanoscientists

    The Centre for Science and Policy, and the Nano Doctoral Training Centre (NanoDTC) at the University of Cambridge are organising a workshop for early career nanoscientists, which will take place in London on 3 June.
  • 6 December 2012, 10:30am

    Professional Development Policy Workshop for Engineers

    Seminar for early career engineers - PhD Students, Post Docs, Early Career Researchers and Early Career Lecturers
  • 31 October 2012, 10am

    Professional Development Policy Seminar for Technology Researchers

    The next Policy Seminar in the Professional Development Series has been designed for an audience of early career technology researchers, introducing them to the opportunities and the realities of engaging with policy.
  • 3 May 2012, 10:30am

    Professional Development Policy Seminar for health scientists

    The Centre for Science and Policy, partnering with the Cambridge Institute of Public Health and the Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR), will deliver a Professional Development Policy Seminar for early career researchers, introducing them to the opportunities and the realities of engaging with policy.
  • 9 December 2011

    Professional Development Policy Seminar for engineers

    The Centre for Science and Policy and the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge are working together to deliver a Professional Development Policy Seminar for early career researchers.
  • 11 November 2011

    Professional Development Policy Seminar for biologists

    The Centre for Science and Policy is collaborating with the Society of Biology to run a policy seminar for early career biologists, covering a range of biological disciplines and interest areas.
  • 15 November 2010

    Professional Development Policy Seminar

    The Centre for Science and Policy is partnering with the Cambridge Centre for Climate Change Mitigation Research (4CMR) to run a Professional Development Policy Seminar to provide an introduction for early career researchers on how public policy is made and the role that research plays.