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The Naturejobs Career Expo is the largest careers event and conference that caters exclusively to the life sciences, physical sciences and medicine.

Our event offers talented students, early career stages researchers and scientific academics the opportunity for direct contact with a diverse selection of national and international employers from academic institutions and scientific industries, with live job vacancies.

You can expect to see pharmaceutical organizations, digital technology companies, science publishing and more, promoting their global career opportunities in science.

This years free event is being held on October 4th, 2017 and offers you the opportunity to:

→ Meet over 50 national and international employers face-to-face

→ Attend conference talks and engaging workshops throughout the day

→ Network with leading institutions and fellow scientists

→ Benefit from our career development opportunities including one-to-one CV checking ►

→ Learn how to enhance your employability

→ Maximise your career prospects

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Event Details

Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
N1 0QH


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