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First AcademiaNet Meeting in the United Kingdom

25.8.2015 | Via regular meetings, AcademiaNet provides a unique opportunity to learn from female experience across scientific disciplines.
On September 14th Clare Hall College, Cambridge will be hosting the first Meeting of AcademiaNet Fellows in the UK. It is the London-Cambridge AcademiaNet meeting and awaits 20 distinguished female scientists. After a short introduction by the organizers, the meeting will be opened with a talk given by Dr. Humeira Iqtidar, Fellow of Kings College London. Humeira will kindly provide insights into her research as well as into her book with title: "Secularizing Islamists?"

The meeting will include a dinner which is kindly supported by the Robert-Bosch Stiftung. It is organized by Prof. Christina Haubrich, AcademiaNet Fellow, Life Member of Clare Hall College, and currently visiting professor at the Brain Physics Lab, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, and University of Cambridge.
Christina Haubrich

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