[The Archimedeans] Garden Party



Hello All,

It's finally done, exams are over and the fun part of the year begins! We're
all looking forward to May Week and to kick it off we thought you might want
to join us for the Science Societies' Garden Party!

It's next Monday, 16th June 2-5 pm at Peterhouse Deer Park with sparkling
wine, Pimm's, smoothies, strawberries and high quality food and lots of cool
and interesting science people like you.

Tickets are sold at the entrance at an amazing price of £2 for members of
any of the participating science societies and £5 for everyone else. We have
limited spaces and will have to turn down people as the venue is filling up
- don't miss it!

 
Everything at a glance:

Science Societies' Garden Party

Monday 16th June 2008

2:00pm-5:00pm

Peterhouse Deer Park (directions: http://tinyurl.com/27bf9s )

Admittance: £5 (£2 for members of the organising societies: The
Archimedeans, Biological Society, Chemical Society, Physics Society,
Scientific Society, The Triple Helix)


Please also have a look at the notice below from the recruiting agency
talentburst - especially interesting for CompScis!


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*/The Companies/*

Two innovative, fast-moving companies based in Cambridge are looking to
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*/The Placements/*

The first company is looking to recruit several JAVA developer interns to
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The second company is looking for several software developers to work as
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ideally be proficient in C, C++, Perl and Unix with excellent understanding
of software engineering techniques. The deadline for receiving CVs is Friday
20^th June - we encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.

*/INTERESTED?/*

If you'd like to apply, please send your CV to emma at talentburst.co.uk
<mailto:emma at talentburst.co.uk>, or if you'd like to find out more about
these placements, email info at talentburst.co.uk
<mailto:info at talentburst.co.uk>.

talentburst (www.talentburst.co.uk <http://www.talentburst.co.uk/>) is an
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