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Sensors Day 2017

A one-day conference, organised by the Sensor CDT, showcasing highlights of sensor research across the natural science, engineering, medicine etc.
When Oct 20, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Robinson College, Cambridge
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Sensors Day

Sensors Day 2017 will take place on Friday 20 October 2017 at Robinson College. The conference will cover sensor technologies and applications across the field, with talks from academia and industry.

Find out more information about this event and register.

PhD Showcase

Please note that the day before Sensors Day the students from the Centre for Doctoral Training in Sensor Technologies and Applications (Sensor CDT) are organising a PhD Showcase featuring sensor research from PhD students from a number of CDTs and universities from around the world.

Everybody is welcome to attend and find out about the students' work.

Biomaker Fayre

The Biomaker Fayre is an exhibition of open-source cross-disciplinary projects carried out by teams of biologist, physicists, engineers and many other. Find out how open-source low-cost technology could help you in your lab on the day after Sensors Day.

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