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CSCI scientists engage the public at European Researchers Night!

last modified Aug 21, 2020 09:43 AM

On Friday (28th) and Saturday (29th) of September, Researchers from the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute took part in the largest public science event in Europe, European Researchers Night.

Led by the Wellcome Genome Campus, LifeLab aims to bring cutting edge research to communities with limited access to science through a range of talks, hands on activities and other forms of engagement. Our Institute research and researchers were well represented across the event, taking part in activities in Peterborough and Cambridge.

Michelle Wantoch, Thorsten Klampfl, Daniel Prins, Juliet Aungier, and Changzhu Fu from the Green Lab were out in Cathedral Square, Peterborough, talking to people about blood stem cells and running our much loved stem cell robots!

Elsewhere, Ludovic Vallier and Julia Spindel talked about their research over pizza and Regenerator beer with audiences at the Cambridge Science Centre.

We would like to thank everyone involved in European Researchers night, and hope to see more of you involved next year!