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The Babraham Seminar series includes talks and lectures hosted by the Babraham Institute and companies based on the Babraham Research Campus.

The Babraham Research Campus has ample free parking, a state of the art conference centre (b.2016), a cycle path providing easy access for cyclists, two onsite restaurants, pickup points for taxis and free WiFi.

If you would like to attend one of our onsite seminars, please contact us to arrange site access

You can also subscribe to our mailing list by contacting – seminars@babraham.ac.uk

  • The Babraham Campus welcomes mini exhibitions and supplier stands onsite

We have three locations available for an exhibition or stand onsite. Please contact one of the below to arrange -

Campus Restaurant: conferencing@babraham.co.uk

Entrance Foyer (main laboratories): bobbie.claxton@babraham.ac.uk

Campus Stores: babraham.stores@babraham.ac.uk

For further information about the Babraham Institute, please visit us at – www.babraham.ac.uk

Information on our Campus and resident companies – https://www.babraham.com/

Important information – Zoom seminars Our zoom seminars are open to all and we welcome you to attend and take part in the Q&A. The majority of our zoom seminars are recorded. If you are unable to make the live event, please contact us for a link to the recording.

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2 upcoming talks and 191 talks in the archive.

Functional dissection of the genomic enhancer landscapes controlling pleiotropic gene expression and mammalian heart development

This webinar will take place online via Zoom & Kings Hedges Room

UserDr Marco Osterwalder; Department for BioMedical Research, University of Bern.

HouseOnline via zoom & Kings Hedges Room .

ClockWednesday 25 May 2022, 13:30-14:30

This Is My Life, surviving academia as a Black woman in Britain

This webinar will take place online via Zoom & Kings Hedges Room

UserTomi Akingbade;University of Cambridge and the Founder of the Black Women in Science Network.

HouseOnline via zoom & Kings Hedges Room .

ClockFriday 24 June 2022, 13:30-14:30

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