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18-02-16 Georgia Lea

Pembroke Women in Science: Georgia Lea

Sunday 11th February is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. We’re celebrating it with a series of interview with our own women in science. Today’s interview is with Georgia Lea (2017), who is a first year PhD student researching the regulation of trophoblast stem cells. Georgia works in the Epigenetics Department at the Babraham Institute, in Dr Myriam Hemberger’s group. Her advice to girls hoping to study STEM…

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A Cycle of Success

Valencian Rob Walker (2016) reports on his first BUCS experience and a positive day for Cambridge University Cycling. Event: BUCS 25 Mile Time Trial (TT) Championships, incorporating the Varsity Match Date:…

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Pembroke-to-Pembroke Ergathon

On the 21st January our students rowed an amazing 120km in a charity ergathon, an indoor rowing race against Pembroke College Boat Club Oxford. PCBC managed to raise over £500 for the Jo Cox studentship in Refugee and Migration studies, a cause which has been met with support from the whole Pembroke Community.  Even the Dean took a turn on the ergs, and a bake sale provided an energy-boost and another way for people to donate. Thank you to all who took part! https://youtu.be/4fMnNeEDnN8

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Student Volunteering Week Part 5: CDI

The Cambridge Development Initiative (CDI) is a Cambridge society that aims to provide students with the opportunity to undertake high impact, sustainable volunteering work. They take a collaborative approach to…

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Student Volunteer Week Part 3: Schools Plus

Part 3 of our student volunteering week series is on Schools Plus, a Cambridge Hub scheme that places Cambridge students as tutors in local schools. Pembroke students Charlotte Pearson and…

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