Exhibitors

Click on the exhibitors’ logos below to find out more about each organisation before you meet them at the event.

Gold exhibitors

Wellcome Sanger Institute

Set across 130 acres, just outside of Cambridge, life at the Wellcome Sanger Institute is unique. Our people are shaping the future by delivering life-changing science. We are tackling some of the most difficult challenges in genomic research. This demands science at scale; a visionary and creative approach to research that pushes the boundaries of our understanding in new and exciting ways.

The focus on wellbeing is part our culture and we place an importance on work-life balance. We have an Equality and Science programme that raises awareness about issues traditionally facing women and marginalised groups in science, to help drive policy and practice to redress them.

Contact

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Silver exhibitors

The Rosalind Franklin Institute

The Rosalind Franklin Institute is a new institute dedicated to transforming life science through interdisciplinary research and technology development. Operating on a ‘hub and spokes’ model, the Institute has its central hub at the Harwell Campus, Oxfordshire. The hub will house a unique portfolio of scientific tools and researchers from both industry and academia. Equipment and researchers will also be located in spokes distributed throughout our partner network of ten leading UK universities.

We are currently recruiting for a wide variety of roles, and are excited to discuss these opportunities with you all at the Women in STEM Careers event.

Contact

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The Francis Crick Institute

The Francis Crick Institute is dedicated to understanding the fundamental biology underlying health and disease. Our work is helping to understand why disease develops and to translate discoveries into new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, infections and neurodegenerative diseases.

The Crick was formed in 2015. It brings together 1500 scientists and support staff working collaboratively across disciplines, making it the biggest biomedical research facility under a single roof in Europe. We recruit for a wide variety of roles, and look forward to discussing these opportunities with you all at the Women in STEM Careers event.

Contact

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Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute

Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute is a leading cancer research Institute within The University of Manchester, and is supported by core funding from Cancer Research UK (CRUK), the largest independent cancer research organisation in the world. The Institute lies at the heart of the Manchester Cancer Research Centre, a partnership that brings together the expertise, vision and resources of its founding partners: The University of Manchester, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and CRUK.

The Institute comprises over 350 scientists and support staff with teams working across the research spectrum, from programmes investigating the molecular and cellular basis of cancer, to those focused on translational research and the development of novel therapeutic approaches. This work is supported by outstanding research service facilities at the cutting edge of technology. We have positions available for Junior Group Leaders, Institute Fellows, Postdoctoral Scientists, Computational Biologists and PhD students.

If you would like to develop your scientific career in a world-class research Institute then visit our website and speak to us at the Women in STEM Careers event.

Contact

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Bronze exhibitors

The Alan Turing Institute

The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence. Founded by the universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, UCL, Warwick, and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

Based at the British Library in central London, the Turing office is designed to promote collaboration and creative thinking. Our core areas of research range from data-centric engineering, high-performance computing and cyber-security, to smart cities, health, the economy and data ethics. We look forward to discussing all our opportunities for talented researchers, students, data scientists, engineers and operations staff to join our team at the Women in STEM Careers event.

Contact

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