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Monday 15th December 2014
Prospects and Obstacles affecting Cell Replacement in Humans
Professor Sir John Gurden
Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
19.25 Monday 15th December, 2014
Wolfson Lecture Theatre
Churchill College, Storey's Way, Cambridge
Note the earlier start time
Sir John's lecture will be preceded by a very brief SGM held to seek the approval of the society for the appointment of new members to the CSAR council.
In addition 2014 CSAR Student Award winner Aleksej Popel will give a short presentation on his research work. Aleksej is a PhD student with the Department of Earth Sciences who is looking at ways to reduce the impacts of spent radioactive fuel from nuclear power stations on ground water sources.
Coffee and tea will be served in the lecture theatre foyer from 19:00.
Membership Forms and Continuing Professional Development certificates are available at the reception desk in the foyer.
The synopsis of this lecture may be downloaded here
The full details of this year's lecture programme will be found on the programme page
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