Julian Huppert on Science, Politics and the future of Cambridge
On Friday 6 May 2022 at 17:00 (Tokyo time), at 9am (Cambridge, UK time) Trinity alumni Julian Huppert (Trinity 1996), BA in Natural Sciences, PhD at Trinity in Chemistry, former Trinity Fellow, and former Member of Parliament for Cambridge (2010-2015), and now Director of the Intellectual Forum at Jesus College Cambridge has kindly agreed to join us for a zoom discussion.
All Trinity College Cambridge Fellows, former Fellows, students, alumni and members very welcome.
- Friday 6 May 2022 at 17:00 (Tokyo time), at 9am (London/Cambridge time) – start
- 17:15 – 18:00 Dr Julian Huppert on Science, Politics and the future of Cambridge
- 18:00-19:00 discussions
Prior registration required until Thursday 5 May 2022. Anonymous registrations are not accepted, please introduce yourself briefly when you register. For security there is a two-step pre-registration/registration process. Only pre-registered and approved participants can join the zoom event.
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The Intellectual Forum, Jesus College, Cambridge
“In a 21st century research environment, an outward- and forward-looking centre fostering critical thinking and multidisciplinarity”
Dr Julian Huppert is the Director of the Intellectual Forum, Jesus College, Cambridge
Dr Julian Huppert (Trinity 1996)
Dr Julian Huppert (Trinity 1996) is Director of the Intellectual Forum, Jesus College, Cambridge
Julian was at Trinity as an undergrad, PhD student (with the now Sir Shankar Balasubramanian) and then Research Fellow, working on understanding unusual structures of DNA and how they affect gene expression. He juggled his scientific research with political engagement, serving as the youngest elected Councillor (and Leader of the Opposition) on Cambridgeshire County Council, and then as the Member of Parliament for Cambridge. He now runs an interdisciplinary centre at Jesus College, Cambridge, as well as working in the NHS. He also holds numerous other roles across the public and private sectors.
In this interactive talk he will discuss his research and political careers, and speculate on the potential future for Cambridge and the UK.
More on Dr Julian Huppert
Julian Huppert on Twitter:
Julian Huppert on Youtube
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