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January 2021

Third Cambridge Cutting Edge Lecture

12 January @ 19:00 - 20:30 CET
Virtual Zoom meeting, Your location France
Free

THIRD CAMBRIDGE CUTTING EDGE LECTURE PROFESSOR PASCALE COSSART   “THE EVOLVING SITUATION OF COVID-19 AND RECENT ADVANCES IN DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION OF VACCINES” 7pm Tuesday 12th January 2021 Presentation on ZOOM the meeting link will be sent to registered participants on Friday 8th January Professor Pascale Cossart, of the Institut Pasteur, is one of France's leading biologists. The recipient of many national and international awards, she is Secrétaire perpétuel pour la division Sciences chimiques, biologiques et médicales, et leurs applications de…

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Hot Topics for Top Minds

20 January @ 20:00 - 21:00 CET
Virtual Zoom meeting, Your location France
Free

The Society's third quarterly virtual meeting to debate topics considered to be of interest by the participants, proposed in advance, will be held on Wednesday 20th January 2021 from 8pm to 9pm. Places will be limited to a maximum of 20 so everyone is able to have their say on each topic. The critical thing is to have a range of interesting topics, which is down to you please. The topics can be on almost any subject – topical, scientific,…

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Entrepreneurship and Building a Better World – Our second panel discussion

28 January @ 18:00 - 19:30 CET
Virtual Zoom meeting, Your location France
Free

We are delighted to confirm the participation of three great panelists for the second Cambridge Society of Paris "Entrepreneurship and Building a Better World" Panel Discussion. This time, we will be at the interface between Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, with the focus on “Innovative collaboration models to grow sustainability-driven communities”. Our three panelists are: Domini Hogg, Founder of Tried and Supplied, linkedin.com/in/domini-hogg-郝怡琳-56286441 Dr. Simon Engelke, Founder & Chair of Battery Associates, linkedin.com/in/simonengelke Rudradeb Mitra, Founder of Omdena,  linkedin.com/in/mitrar They are deploying…

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February 2021

UK Alumni Network Speed Networking Event 2021

19 February @ 18:30 - 20:30 CET
Virtual Zoom meeting, Your location France

Welcome to the first online event organised by the Joint UK Alumni in France Network - a virtual business networking session for meeting like-minded professionals in a fun “speed networking” setting. If you came to the in-person speed networking session at the British Council two years ago, welcome to the online version! We will meet up via Zoom and go into individual video chats with other participants. Each round of "speed networking" lasts for 6 minutes, that is 3 mins…

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Achievements and Challenges in Weather Forecasting

22 February @ 20:30 - 22:00 CET
Virtual Zoom meeting, Your location France
Free

Advances in weather modelling have been driven as much by technological development as by improvements in weather science. The most notable of these are the rapid increases in supercomputer power and improvements in Earth observations from space. Rapidly improving modelling capability enabled by this technology has led to 3-day weather forecasts today being as accurate as 1-day forecasts were 20 years ago. Dr Vicky Pope (Girton) will outline some of these improvements and where further improvements are still needed. Vicky…

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Oxford and Cambridge Paris Poetry and Prose Reading

24 February @ 19:00 - 20:30 CET
Virtual Zoom meeting, Your location France
Free

Following the successful experiment in January, OUSP and CamSoc Paris propose to hold another joint virtual prose and poetry reading on Wednesday February 24th. It will take place on Zoom. This event is open & without charge to all members of both societies. Please register on the Oxford or Cambridge web site to participate. Each reader should plan to come with one modern and one classical reading, each of 3 to 5 minutes (maximum) long. Anything written in the last…

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