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Cambridge and Great Eastern Group

Cambridge

SCI's Cambridge and Great Eastern Regional Group (CaGE) covers Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Our region boasts a plethora of high technology companies, world class universities and research institutes. The Group organises a lively schedule of diverse events covering a wide range of science-based, educational themes.

Purpose

The group's events are designed to attract and stimulate students, graduates, science professionals and the general public, and provide a forum for discussion and networking. The CaGE Regional Group strives to serve the needs of its members - whatever their discipline.

The Group supports schools events and the Cambridge Science Festival, to help encourage younger people into science. We have strong links with the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and student science societies in Cambridge.

Associations

SCI collaborates with a number of organisations. Further details can be found on our Collaborations page.

Volunteering

If you are looking for a way to become more involved with SCI, you might want to consider becoming one of our active volunteers.

SCI volunteers work at the heart of SCI. As a volunteer, you will create and strengthen your skills, interact with people from different backgrounds, gather new and experiences and build your confidence and credibility. Contact membership@soci.org for more information.

Relevant SCI Journals

SCI journals cover a variety of topics. More details can be found on our Journals page

SCI Members are entitled to receive Chemistry and Industry (C&I) magazine direct to their door.C&I magazine includes articles on a host of interesting articles. More.

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