Cambridge Conversations

Cambridge Conversations

Cambridge Conversations webinar

Original photo by Chris Montgomery

Cambridge Conversations webinars allow you to listen, connect and engage with current Cambridge thinking, wherever you are.

This series of webinars enables digital access to leading academics on a myriad of topics with the chance to participate in real-time Q&A sessions. Watch world-leading Cambridge academics discuss key issues in the Cambridge Conversations series. From how Cambridge is handling the medical challenges of COVID-19, to privacy in the modern age, to Cambridge’s work with the Large Hadron Collider.

You will find up-to-date information below about upcoming webinars, as well as recordings of those you might have missed or wish to see again. These can also be watched on the Dear World, Yours Cambridge YouTube channel, under the Cambridge Conversations Playlist.

Forthcoming events

weighing scales
26 April 2023 - 7.00pm to 8.00pm

Join our panel of Cambridge academics and alumni to debate the role of entrepreneurship in all its forms and hear more about how the University is supporting innovation and enterprise at Cambridge.

Recent events

Brain with Cambridge Conversations Logo
14 July 2022 - 6.30pm to 7.20pm

We are at a tipping-point in dementia research. Join three leading Cambridge scientists as they discuss the pathway to a cure for dementia.

Electrical sparks with Cambridge Conversations logo
26 May 2022 - 5.30pm to 6.20pm

Join our panel as they explore how the humanities have always shaped our relationship with technology, and humanities’ crucial role in understanding our digital past, present and future.

Milky Way with Cambridge Conversations Logo
23 March 2022 - 5.30pm to 6.20pm

Join our panel as they explore the questions: How did life emerge on Earth? Is the Universe full of life? What is the nature of life?

House of Commons with Cambridge Conversations logo
14 March 2022 - 6.30pm to 7.20pm

Join our panel as they explore decision-making structures in government, and the relationship between politics and expertise.