Workshops explore how to maintain growth of the region's life sciences cluster

To maintain the scale and effectiveness of Cambridgeshire as a globally leading life sciences cluster, Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) and the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) are bringing together representatives across the cluster to identify, coordinate, and progress a programme of specific development initiatives to support the sustained growth of the sector.

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Initially,  a series of workshops will focus on ‘Place’; the physical infrastructure and connections required to support the life sciences ecosystem, incorporating themes including:

  •     Flexible space to accommodate business needs at different stages

  •     Priority developments to support different types of research and collaborations

  •     Fit-for-the-future healthcare facilities which support innovative models of care

  •     Effective and sustainable long term transport solutions

  •     Infrastructure to support productive and liveable communities.

 
Three identical workshops in the New Year will take place with key stakeholders to test place-based hypotheses.

Interested parties are asked to identify which you would find most convenient to attend by registering through the relevant Eventbrite link:

Friday 14th January 2022

11:00–13:00 (refreshments and a light lunch will be provided)

King’s Hedges room, Babraham Research Campus

https://place_workshop_14_jan_2022.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Tuesday 18th January 2022

14:00 – 16:00 (refreshments will be provided)

Chestnut Suite, Wellcome Genome Campus

https://place_workshop_18_jan_2022.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Wednesday 26th January 2022

15:00 – 17:00

Online, via Zoom

https://place_workshop_26_jan_2022.eventbrite.co.uk

 Please note that pre-booking is essential.


Current Covid-19 guidelines will be observed for both in person workshops. However, in the event that the national picture changes, they will shift to virtual events and Zoom links will be circulated.

The organisers say: "Thank you to all those who have consulted with us in advance of these workshops so far; we are very grateful for your time and perspectives, and also look forward to wider engagement through these sessions."

 

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