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Global Cambridge in San Francisco
This event is in the past.
Booking for this event is now open via Cambridge in America (CAm).
How is Cambridge reimagining science to drive the discoveries that will transform the 21st century?
Cambridge has throughout its history addressed the big questions and pushed the boundaries of accepted thinking. As we go into an increasingly complex and challenging 21st century world, how is Cambridge bringing together the best minds across interdisciplinary borders to open up the new scientific and technological frontiers that will transform our society? We bring together leading researchers to ponder some of the biggest questions the world faces, and how we can address them.
In conversation with Professor Stephen Toope:
- Professor Andy Parker, Head of Department, Professor of High Energy Physics, Fellow of Peterhouse
- Dr Sarah Williams, Fellow in Physics; Director of Studies at Murray Edwards College
- Dr Helena Knowles (St John’s 2015), Research Fellow in Physics
About the Global Cambridge series
This event is part of our Global Cambridge series, showcasing how Cambridge thinking continues to shape our world, trail-blazing the way to new discoveries and ideas. The series brings together alumni and supporters of the University to connect, engage and inspire. In 2017, we've visited Bristol, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, Düsseldorf, Leeds, Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney, with London, New York, Paris and San Francisco still to come.
Book with Cambridge in America using the link below.
The main entrance of the Hotel is located at 217 Stevenson Street, which is accessed from Third Street.