19 Jul Cambridge University research and the East of England
Cambridge University is a global institution that is firmly and proudly planted in the East of England. Working with local partners, researchers are helping to enhance agriculture, tackle inequality, understand coastal erosion, ensure healthy ageing, and much more.
“Our roots in the region run deep. The breadth and longevity of our mutually beneficial partnerships with local authorities and policymakers, schools, healthcare providers, businesses, employers and research institutions underscore the importance that these relationships have for us. Our engagement takes many shapes and serves many purposes. Our academic community remains open to new and creative forms of working with partners in the East of England.” Professor Stephen J. Toope, Vice-Chancellor
For further information about how to get involved, see our dedicated website: https://www.cam.ac.uk/eastofengland
See also our Spotlight on East of England: https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/spotlight-on/east-of-england