The Department of Genetics and its members run several important series of talks. Members of the University who are not members of the Department are in most cases welcome to attend.
Details of the 3 events occurring soonest are given in a feed in the right-hand column of the home page, and in the 'About Department' pages, of this website. Click on 'Upcoming events' for the full list. You can also click on the 'Events' tab at the top of all pages for the full list.
Department of Genetics Seminars
Speakers from other research institutions present stimulating talks on a wide variety of subjects. These are normally held on Thursdays at 2.00 pm, and in most cases in the Biffen Lecture Theatre.
Please note this represents a change of location and of start time.
All are welcome, including those who are not Department members.
Cambridge Epigenetics Club
An informal fortnightly discussion of work being conducted in the Department of Genetics related to evolution and population genetics. Generally meets on Mondays at 4.00 pm in the Bateson Room.
Other series of interest
Graduate Student talks
Mostly given by PhD students in their second year, these seminars provide plenty of time for discussion afterwards. The audience represents all groups within the Department. These short lunchtime seminars are usually held on Tuesdays at 1.00 pm in the Tea Room.
Events for Postdocs
The Postdoc Committee in the Department of Genetics organises events of special interest to the Postdoc community.
Department members [only] - see information about events displayed on Google calendar.
It is easy to subscribe to a Talk.cam feed that includes the Genetics seminars. Please see http://www.talks.cam.ac.uk/